Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, services will only be on-line!
Anyone wishing to receive a link to the service, please, send a request message to email@example.com.
Now, take the next step and join us in worship and fellowship.
New people visit our church regularly and we understand what it is like to visit a church for the first time. We are committed to warmly greet you and help to make you feel at home. Our congregation consists of members from many faiths and communities, working in harmony to fulfill God’s teachings and commandments.
10:00 AM Sunday mornings
Coffee and fellowship time following our Sunday service
Additional parking available at the rear of the building.
We are pleased to offer:
- Elevator/lift for those with limited mobility.
- Handicap accessible from rear parking lot
- Handicap restroom
- Audio Amplification
- Headsets are also available
- Air conditioned sanctuary
- Large print bulletins by request
If you want to contact us by e-mail, use firstname.lastname@example.org
Where can I Find Immanuel UCC?
We are located in the village of Ontario, NY at 1973 Ridge Road between Knickerbocker Road and Furnace/Walworth Road. For an interactive map, click on the "On the map" on the left.
If you're in the area please plan to give us a visit.
Our mailing address is: Immanuel UCC
P.O. Box 75, Ontario, NY 14519
June, 2020 from the Pastor
What is so rare as a day in June? Well, this June of 2020 is certainly rare! We are beginning our fourth month of remote worship. Our sanctuary stands empty but our church is not closed. The building is closed but not the church because the church is the people.
We are still worshiping, still calling each other, still contributing to the food pantry and still planning for tomorrow.
As a country we are learning how to celebrate weddings and graduations and family gatherings in new ways. We have begun to think about how to worship in new ways, too. But church is not just worship. It’s fellowship and outreach and community involvement. We will continue to partner with other area faith communities to learn how we can support one another.
Our community, our state and especially our nation is at a time when much healing is needed; not just for physical well-being but also a healing of the racial and economic and social divides that tear us apart.
We, as members of Christ’s church, must be examples of Christ’s command to us. We must always remember “to love one another.”
Peace and love,