Welcome to

First Congregational

United Church of Christ, Santa Rosa



Making God's Love Visible





An Invitation to Explore


As you explore these pages we hope you'll sense our caring spirit

and serious commitment to the myriad of issues calling people of faith to action.



Our Sunday Morning Service is at 10:00 AM.  We warmly welcome  you to join us! Click here for more information.

Our Location

Located in the Santa Rosa Junior College neighborhood at:

2000 Humboldt Street
Santa Rosa, California  95404

About Us

We are an Open and Affirming Christian congregation.  Friendly and welcoming, we seek to increase our love for one another, build our faith, and work together towards social and economic justice.

We would love to hear from you. Feel free to give us a shout and connect with us.

Of Interest

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We're in the Isaiah Partnership!

The Isaiah Partnership (IP) is a project funded by the 2021 Lilly Endowment Inc. Pathways for Tomorrow Initiative and is administered by the Princeton Theological Seminary Office of Continuing Education, in partnership with The Changemaker Initiative of Los Altos, California. We believe that clergy and their congregations can, by intention, relationship and discipline, become partners in God’s transformative work in communities and in the world. The IP models that will be used in this project start with the assumption that pastoral and lay partnership is critical to congregational leadership. This project will involve two (2) cohorts of pastors and lay church partners from a total of twelve (12) churches, who will train in models of innovation and change. The project will also provide the faculty of Princeton Theological Seminary an opportunity to study and discuss a theological framework for innovation and change, as well as to observe, test and learn from these models of pastoral leadership formation that foster innovation and change. Both the church and the academy will work together in this joint effort to develop a blueprint for innovation and change in, with and through congregations and in pastoral leadership formation.


Living the Questions!


During the summer and early fall, our youth and their families are invited to join Pastor Diana and Erin Moore in the sanctuary as they gather to eat, have fun, and begin planning for an upcoming Youth program. For more information talk with Pastor Diana. 

Here is the upcoming date:

Sunday, September 17 5-6:30 PM


Neighbors in Need

Special Offering


In 2023, the Neighbors in Need “BEHOLD!” theme continues. This year’s focus is on environmental justice. Plastics, electronics, and other non-compostable wastes are being shipped across, and even tossed into, our waterways, launched into space, as well as buried in landfills. As people of faith, we believe these egregious acts are sinful and unholy. We must be better stewards of our planet!  

Join us by promoting this year’s NIN “Behold!” campaign at your church. As you may recall, one-third of the offering supports Council for American Indian Ministry (CAIM). Two-thirds are used by Justice and Witness Ministries to provide grants to UCC churches and organizations as well as supporting a variety of justice initiatives, advocacy efforts, and direct service projects.