First United Church of Christ located at 509 S. Webster Ave. near downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin is an open arms community, Christ-centered, and caring.  Come into our church home and discover how God moves in our lives and in our world every day.  Whether you’ve been an active and involved Christian for years or someone who has never been in a church before and are simply curious and searching, you ARE welcome here.  Join us at 9 a.m. any Sunday.

Our faith is over 2000 years old; our thinking isn’t.  At First United Church of Christ, we acknowledge the past and celebrate the future.  Worship allows for creativity and new applications of old scripture, because we believe that God is still speaking!  Our intentional small groups bring people together with similar interests or needs for fellowship, Bible study, and missional service.  

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First Church is a member of the Northeast Wisconsin Association of the Wisconsin Conference of the United Church of Christ denomination. 

The ministry of First Church is all about “One Thing” – the most important thing in life: a growing relationship with Jesus.

Our goal is not actually to make members, though that would be a blessing to the Church.  We focus on leading people toward becoming followers of Jesus Christ.  We pray that when someone walks through the doors of First Church, they will begin a journey into Christian discipleship and experience the “One Thing.”

At First Church, we promote the five “G’s” associated with becoming a follower: Grace, Growth, Groups, Gifts, and Good Stewardship.  (This concept comes from the Willow Creek Community Church and is used with permission.)

Our Core Values guide each part of the journey toward a deeper relationship with Jesus–and each other.  To learn more about our Core Values, as well as our mission and vision, please see the document adopted by the Church Council here.

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Our Vision

Vision Statement

Jesus calls us to become a church known in the community for our open arms culture through acts of love, spirit-led worship, commitment to grow faith-filled leaders, and service beyond our walls.

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