Share the journey together with one another as we connect with God, the "ground of our being." Explore the meaning of the Bible and Christian spiritual practices, relevant to our lives in the 21st century. Discover. Learn. Grow.
Meet interesting people on a spiritual path, growing to better understand and live out meaning and purpose of our lives in God, as known through Jesus Christ. Become friends with others who are: open, non-judgmental, loving, kind and joyful - who honor women as well as men and believe in equality and justice for all people. It is our covenental commitments, not doctrines or creeds that bind us together. Our community is non-hierarchal.
As we commune with God and grow to find our true being in Christ, we also reach out to others in convivial enjoyment with conversations, friendships, shared mission and an appreciation for music and the arts.
Our goal is to be transformed and to transform. As the Spirit of God works in us we are also changed by one another. We are actively engaged in finding wholeness, peace and justice in our community and in our world.
We are all sojourners and pilgrims in life! Whoever you are, wherever you are on life's journey, you are welcome at Pilgrim Church!
We are an "Open and Affirming" church welcoming people of every age, race and ethnicity, sexual identity or orientation, marital status, religious background or lack of it, physical or mental ability and economic situation.
Worship is at 10 AM on Sunday mornings. Childcare is provided; children's time is included in the service plus a children's class.
Our church office is open from 8:30am-12pm & 12:30pm-3pm Monday through Thursday.
We are located at 2850 Foothill Blvd., Redding, CA
Our meeting place was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The unique design represents a tent as a symbol that life is transitory and faith is a journey.
We believe in God's continuing testament. We're committed to hear God's ancient story anew and afresh in our lives and in the world today and try hard to remain attentive to God's creative movement in the world. Religion and science are not mutually exclusive and your head and heart are both welcomed into our place of worship.
We are engaged in ministry in the present and future church and embrace all kinds of communities and new modes of thinking. Why? Because God is still speaking,
Pilgrim Congregational Church is affiliated with the United Church of Christ, a theologically progressive Protestant denomination, with about 1 million members in over 6,000 congregations.