About Us

Come to the About Us section to find out what our Association is all about!

 

Find a Church

See a list of the churches of the Sacramento Valley Association, and find one near you!

 

New Pix

Come to the photo gallery to check out our most recent gathering. 

 

What is UCC?

Find out about the United Church of Christ and the history of this wonderful organization on our What is UCC page.

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About The Sacramento Valley Assoctiaion

The Sacramento Valley Assocation is a community of 35 United Church of Christ congregations in the Northern California area. We choose to serve God and one another as the living body of Christ.

 

Who We Are

As members of the United Church of Christ, we welcome all persons, regardless of ethnic heritage, sexual orientation, religious backgrounds, etc.

  • We believe that each person is unique and valuable.
  • We believe that each person is on a spiritual journey, and that each of us is at a different stage of that journey.
  • We believe that small changes can make a big difference, as we lend our service to our community, and minister to those in need.
  • We believe in supporting families as they grow within the warm environment of the church.
  • We believe that a church that brings God's Word to people in every situation, from all walks of life, helps them to grow in love and service to Our Creator and Lord.
  • We believe in the power of peace, and work for non-violent solutions to local, national, and international problems.

 

 

Our Goals

The Sacramento Valley Association's primary goal is to glorify Christ by building a strong and loving community of churches from our area.


No matter how or where we serve Jesus Christ, the people of our congregations are focused on joyfully doing God’s work. We live out our call to mission and ministry by engaging in ministry with the poor, combating diseases of poverty by improving health globally, creating new places for new people and renewing existing congregations, and developing principled Christian leaders.