United Church of Christ

  "Building Faith, Family, and Friendships"

Address: 1050 Daytona Ave, Holly Hill, FL 32117

Service Time:  Sunday at 10:30AM EST

Union Congregational Church, UCC


We are a part of the United Church of Christ, a denomination formed in 1957 when what had once been four denominations joined hands as one.  You can know more about us by looking at the keywords in the names of those four churches that formed our union: Christian, Reformed, Congregational, Evangelical. 


  • Christian. By our very name, the United Church of Christ, we declare ourselves to be part of the Body of Christ—the Christian church. We continue the witness of the early disciples to the reality and power of the crucified and risen Christ, Jesus of Nazareth
  • Reformed. We are the product of a variety of religious traditions, but all of them trace back to the Protestant Reformers: We confess the authority of one God. We affirm the primacy of the Scriptures, the doctrine of justification by faith, the priesthood of all believers, and the principle of Christian freedom. We celebrate two sacraments: baptism and the Lord's Supper (also called Holy Communion or the Eucharist). 
  • Congregational. The basic unit of the United Church of Christ is the congregation. Members of each congregation covenant with one another and with God as revealed in Jesus Christ and empowered by the Holy Spirit. These congregations, in turn, exist in covenantal relationships with one another to form larger structures for more effective work. Our covenanting emphasizes trustful relationships rather than legal agreements.
  • Evangelical. The primary task of the church is the proclamation of the Gospel, which in Greek is evangel. The Gospel literally means the "Good News" of God's love revealed with power in Jesus Christ. We proclaim this Gospel by word and deed to individual persons and to society.  We gather for the worship of God, and through each.


Our congregation’s Constitution contains this statement:

Membership in this church shall be open to any person who has been baptized, has been confirmed, or has made public confession of faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.

“Any person” means any person.  The statement makes no room for exceptions.  Baptism and faith in Christ are the only conditions.  We welcome all God’s children:  every race, sexual orientation, gender identity, economic status, marital status, theological perspective, and level of ability.  We are not merely open to diversity because it is right, but also because we have learned that we are all enriched by one another’s diversity.  

The Union Congregational Church Constitution also says this:

Any active or associate member of this church is eligible to be elected as an Officer or to the Diaconate, Board of Trustees, Board of Christian Education, or Church Council.  

Radical equality in Christ is one of our foundational values.  Therefore, we don’t have second-class members—people who can join but can’t lead.  We believe that we are enriched when not only our membership but also our leadership reflects all of God’s children.


Established in 1914, our charming church is the oldest in Holly Hill, FL. We are a small but mighty, intergenerational congregation supporting numerous local agencies and several global ministries. You are invited to visit our church and see the 100 year timeline in our Fellowship Hall. It depicts the church history decade by decade, what was happening in Holly Hill, as well as timely world events.


Union Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, is a caring community of faith, seeking the unity of all, the conformity of none, and the leadership of Christ.



Our purpose is to worship God, to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ, and to celebrate the Sacraments; to realize the Christian fellowship and unity within the Church and the Church Universal; to develop Christian character, to render loving service toward mankind; to strive for righteousness, justice, and peace.



Our weekly service is Sunday at 10:30am.

The first Sunday of every month we have our communion service as well.   A 9:30 AM  Zoom "Meet and Greet" is held each Sunday as an extension for those that cannot get to the church building for service.

Each Sunday service is available at 10:30 AM on YouTube, accessible on the church website.



Rev. Robin Mansfield, Pastor

Rev. Robin Mansfield, Pastor

Our Covenant

We covenant one with another to seek and respond to the Word and the Will of God. We pledge to walk together in the ways of the Lord, made known and to be made known to us. We hold it to be the mission of the Church to witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ in all the world, while worshiping God and striving for truth, justice, and peace. As did our ancestors, we depend on the Holy Spirit to lead and empower us. We pray for the coming of the kingdom of God, and we look with faith toward the triumph of righteousness and eternal life.

"That they may all be one." 

John 17:21