We would be honored to host your wedding at our church. Your guests will find our 1920s building beautiful and intimate. Our sanctuary is ideally suited for small to medium sized weddings, and our church is conveniently located one block from the Metro-North train station, three minutes from the Hutchinson River Parkway, and five minutes from I-95.  

Below are answers to some frequently asked questions, or feel free to contact us with any other questions you may have.

How big is the sanctuary?

We can comfortably seat 125 people. The parking lot holds about 35 cars, and additional on-street parking is available. 

Do I have to be a member of the church to get married there?

No. People of all faiths and backgrounds are welcome to be married at Community Church. 

Do you perform same-sex weddings?

Yes. The United Church of Christ is proud to have been the first Protestant denomination to do same-sex weddings. We celebrate marriage equality as the law in New York State.

Can another clergy person perform the ceremony?

Yes. Our pastor can co-officiate, or another clergy person of your choice can perform the ceremony independently.  

Can I also book the Community Hall for the reception?

Yes. The Community Hall has a full kitchen, restrooms, and space for both a sit-down dinner and a dance floor. Tables and chairs are available at no extra charge. 

As you plan for your special day, please feel free to contact us if you would like to tour the sanctuary, inquire about pre-marital counseling, or simply learn more about practical matters like fees and available dates. 

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What a joyful event! Baptisms are a celebration of faith and family and are performed during the regular Sunday worship service.  

What does baptism mean? 

With the baptism of a child, we pledge as a church family to share and teach God's love to our children.  When an adult is baptized, we honor that person's decision to seek a life patterned after the teachings of Jesus.  

Who can be baptized?

While most Christians are baptized in infancy, people of any age are eligible for this sacrament. 

Do I have to be a member of the church to have my child baptized there?

No. Nor do you need to be a member of the United Church of Christ. We would be honored to welcome you or your child into the family of faith. 

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Funerals and memorial services offer families and communities an opportunity to grieve together, to comfort one another, and to celebrate the life of a cherished person who has died. The family of faith gathers in prayer to ask for God's peace upon the departed and those who remain.  

The church is available for funerals and memorial services. Neither the deceased nor the family are required to be members of the congregation; however, they should be comfortable with a Christian service.  

Please contact us here with any questions or concerns. 

Home / hospital visits

Is any one among you suffering? . . . Is any among you sick? Let him call for the elders of the church, and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord. (James 5:14)

Many describe being sick or homebound as a struggle, only some of which is physical. There are often emotional and spiritual hurdles that may take you by surprise, and it can be difficult to know where to go with these challenges, especially when you can't physically go anywhere. Some find themselves soothed by a visitor who can offer prayer and formal blessing, others by singing a familiar hymn or by a bedside Communion. And everyone appreciates a friendly face and a willing ear to listen for a while. Please let us know how we can help. 

If you or someone you know is homebound or in the hospital and would like a visit from a deacon or the pastor, please contact us here