We are a faith community of 73 United Church of Christ congregations in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming who support and nurture one another in local and wider ministry and mission. The United Church of Christ is an open and welcoming denomination of 5,000 churches and nearly 900,000 members that proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ, celebrates diversity, honors the gifts of all people, and seeks justice and peace for everyone.
What’s New with Sue?
An Update from Conference Minister Rev. Sue Artt Sue reports being truly grateful for a number of events in…Read the full story
Congratulations to the Kirk of Bonnie Brae Church!
Kirk of Bonnie Brae Church Receives 2020 Denver Award Denver Award Program Honors the Achievement DENVER February 4, 2020…Read the full story
Checking in with Associate Minister Erin Gilmore
At the end of January I had the gift of facilitating a conversation about possibilities and aspirations of shared…Read the full story
New Addition to the RMC Office
RMC Manager of Communications Daryl Schrieber and her husband, Jarret, were thrilled to welcome their daughter, Zelda Anne, into…Read the full story
6th Grade to 12th Grade Camp is a special place where all those things that define us in our…
This is an amazing opportunity that the Rocky Mountain Conference United Church of Christ and Central Rocky Mt Region…
Join us at La Foret in the beautiful Rockies for training in the adult (young adult, adult, older adult)…
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How are We Different?
The United Church of Christ is a progressive Christian denomination proud to have embraced so many “first” throughout our history as Evangelical, Reformed, and Congregational Christian Churches.
- 1785 | First African American pastor, Lemuel Haynes, ordained.
- 1853 | First female pastor, Antoinette Brown, ordained.
- 1972 | First openly gay minister, William R. Johnson, ordained.
- 1976 | First African American leader, Joseph H. Evans, elected.
- 2005 | Marriage equality affirmed as UCC value.
We empower our congregations to build new partnerships and ministries within their communities.
The Rocky Mountain Conference:
- Supports 73 churches in the Rocky Mountain region
- Connects over 10,200 UCC congregants
- Unites churches in Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah
- Engages over 500 youth in Outdoor Ministry each year