United Church of Christ

W220 N4915 Town Line Road

Menomonee Falls, WI 53051


Sunday Worship 10:00AM

Wednesday Dinner Church 6:15PM




From Generation to Generation
February 28, 2021

This covenantal relationship Abraham and Sarah have with God extends for generations after them. What we promise to God and with others affects our communities and those around us. How we value our relationship with God, with our significant others, with our children, all have an impact on the communities in which we live.


Creator of Relationship

The rainbow is a reminder that God is a God of relationship. God wants us to be in good partnership with our creator. God wants us to engage with one another, care for one another. We do those things through prayer and song and worship and ritual. We seem to understand that well. But if we understand that water, especially the water of our baptisms, between us and God is a promise and commitment to a God of relationship, we must understand that in order to serve a God of relationship, we too must be people of relationship.




Social Justice

We are a church that is Learning to Love More. Loving and caring for others in our community is what Jesus has commanded us to do.  Watch all of our archived worship services here.






Covenant 2021

The Christian life teems with the language–and promise–of covenant, the mutual, interconnecting, interdependent, if unequal, relationship between God and God’s people. Covenant recognizes that relationships benefit from having a shared understanding of how to be with one another. In the lectionary texts for this Lenten season, there is a distinct emphasis on the covenantal life, which we will explore.



Easter, Year B
April 4-May 23, 2021

An empty tomb astonishes Mary Magdalene and the other disciples on Easter morning, and Jesus is soon discovered in the community, alive and  present in a new way, especially in the “breaking of the bread”. Easter Sunday begins a season of fifty days celebration of Jesus’ new life. The season ends with Pentecost Sunday, when Jesus sends the Spirit to guide and challenge the church. Festival colors are worn through the season until the last day: Pentecost, when the color is red for the Spirit’s fire.