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Welcome to the Yuma United Church of Christ

   joinjourney2Our Vision Statement

We are committed to doing God’s work through learning God’s will.

Haciendo el trabajo de Dios aprendiendo su voluntad.

We are located at
1700 First Avenue, Suite 312
Yuma, Arizona 85364
For more info please call Bill Johnson at 928-257-0516

Love is patient and kind. Love does not seek its own advantage, it does not rejoice in wrongdoing, but finds its joy in the truth. (1 Corinthians 13:1-13)

Everyone is welcome in the United Church of Christ.

Sunday, July 31st, 2016 10:00am.  — Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost — Meditative prayer through song and silence in the spirit of Taize. 

Ecumenical WorshipThe majority of songs used in prayer during the service are from the monastic community of Taize, France. The ‘brothers’ ‘sisters’ and volunteers that make up the resident community are from a variety of faith expressions including Catholic and Protestant. During the course of a year Taize, is the destination of literally thousands of pilgrims from around the world, predominantly young people, who come to seek, experience and be a part of God’s reconciliation.

Please feel welcome to join us for a unique ecumenical worship experience. While the prayers/songs/chants are grounded in a Christian tradition many of other faith traditions, spiritual journeys or simply those seeking have found the time spent together in reflection and prayer to be meaningful.

 

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6 Responses to Home

  1. Grant & Donna Zinnecker says:

    Thank you for the amazing Maundy Thursday service. Since we left in silence we did not have the opportunity to ask about Easter worship times. I don’t see anything about Easter on your web site.
    Grant

  2. Greg Mulkey says:

    Wonderful time together in prayer, song and silence. Thank you all.

  3. Greg Mulkey says:

    Forgot to include the web page with more information. taize.commonunion.org

  4. Greg Mulkey says:

    Looking forward to sharing in the Taize style morning worship service this November 8, 2015 at 10:00am. A service of prayer, meditation, reflection in song/chant and silence.

  5. Rev. Marylyn Doyle says:

    Thank you for your congregation’s compassion toward the children/parent refugees.
    Give me some info to take your story to my Cincinnati congregation. I have downloaded the article from the national website.
    How large a congregation?
    Are you continuing this mission?
    Are other congregations/faith organizations helping?

    Marylyn

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