Progressive. Inclusive. Inspired.

UCC Missoula creates more joy and more justice through Jesus.

We welcome you to join us Sundays in person at 10:00 a.m. or online at our UCC Missoula YouTube Channel.

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UCC Missoula is Hiring a Livestreaming Tech

We are hiring a Livestreaming Technician to run our livestreaming system.
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More joy, more justice, through Jesus.  UCC Missoula (University Congregational, United Church of Christ) is seeking to fill the position of Livestreaming Technician. The Livestreaming Technician will operate our livestreaming setup to create vital online worship experiences from our church 1 block off campus.

The Livestreaming Technician will need to be an excellent communicator and team player. They will need to be punctual, reliable, self-motivated, creative, willing to explore new ideas, innovative, skilled with equipment, demonstrate strong organization skills, and be comfortable recruiting and training volunteers.  Experience with the livestreaming software VMix and Propresenter or other programs preferred.  

UCC Missoula is progressive, inclusive, and inspired, open to diverse people and beliefs. We are an open and affirming church. This means that we celebrate our diversity in religious background, sexual orientation, race, and abilities. We are also a Creation Justice church emphasizing the centrality of environmental justice in our faith and practices. The Livestreaming Technician will need to demonstrate a strong willingness to learn, collaborate, and create content in alignment with the traditions of the UCC and progressive Christian values. Learn more at our website,

Standard background check will be required upon offer.

This position is an hourly position and requires on average approximately 2.5 hours/week and will include weekend hours, primarily on Sunday mornings. Pay will range between $20 - 25 per hour depending on experience.  

Interested candidates may apply by sending their resume and cover letter to Graham Roy at

This Week's Worship

Cathy Scribner guest preaches about Luke 17:1-6 when Jesus tells his disciples that they must forgive and forgive again. He tells them their strong faith, though as small as a mustard seed, could make a mulberry tree walk into the ocean. Cathy reflects on how this story can help us trust uncertainty, opening ourselves to show vulnerability, and come into deeper relationship with God.

Cathy is a chaplain in Missoula for hospitals and Hospice.

University Congregational Church Missoula, United Church of Christ

Worship Service 10:00 a.m. Sundays

405 University Ave., Missoula, MT 59801

10:00 am

About Us

No matter who you are, or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here! We are an Open and Affirming congregation of the United Church of Christ.

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At UCC Missoula, we proclaim a Gospel that is Progressive, Inclusive and Inspired by the never-ending love of God.

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Cool Stuff @ UCC

We do a lot of cool stuff at UCC because our hearts are “warmed” by the Gospel of Love. (Luke 24:32)

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Youth and children's ministry

Youth Ministry creates a basis for parents and their children to become more thoughtful, kind and compassionate.

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Open and Affirming

Open and Affirming (ONA) is the United Church of Christ's (UCC) designation for congregations, campus ministries, and other bodies in the UCC which make a public covenant of welcome into their full life and ministry to persons of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions. UCC Missoula became an ONA Church in 1993, and we have LGBTQ people active in leadership and in all areas of church life.

Creation Justice Covenant

We created a Creation Justice Covenant to guide how we care for God’s creation. The covenant is also part of UCC Missoula becoming a Creation Justice Church within United Church of Christ.

Climate crisis is an urgent, all-encompassing, worldwide emergency. In affirming the divine gifts of creation and in affirming our connection to God, each other, and the world around us, we unconditionally commit ourselves as individuals and as a congregation to the intertwined responsibilities of caring for creation and seeking justice for the oppressed. With purposeful resolve, we commit ourselves with an awareness of how the abuses of creation inevitably cause human suffering and of how factors such as race, class, and global inequality inevitably cause some to suffer more than others.

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Small Groups

Small groups are a wonderful way to deepen your relationship with God and with the community at UCC. At our church, we joyfully believe that humans, in all of our beautiful and complex diversity, are created in the image of God, so building relationships with each other is sacred work.

Small groups happen in many forms at our church. Some meet long term (for years!), others gather for a 4-6 week study on a specific book or topic, and still others gather to learn a skill or complete a project. Our Contemplative Prayer Group meets every Thursday morning at 7:00 a.m., and other prayer groups are often formed during the special seasons of Lent (spring) and Advent (winter). Anyone can drop in on Theology Pub, which gathers monthly at a local brewery or coffee shop for discussion and fun. Small groups include retreats 2-4 times each year, on or off-site, and our annual Contemplative Backpack trip for 15+ years. Getting involved in a small group will help you grow spiritually, mentally, socially, and through serving others.


We encourage worshiping God 24/7, but we gather on Sundays at 10 a.m. to sing, pray, and learn together. Worship is "traditional" in some ways and improvisational in others. Every week has a theme based on scripture and every theme points us toward some new or refreshed understanding of who we are called to be as God's people in the world.

We celebrate a wide variety of musical styles. We showcase two adult choirs, Flute choir, Bell choir, Woodwind ensemble, String ensemble, Brass ensemble, organ, piano, guitar, drums and solo instrumentalists and voices. Our children's ministry program also produces two musicals each year.

Our Ministry Team

We proudly claim that our ministers are "all the members of the church." Meet our staff of amazingly talented, motivated, and compassionate people who supports our larger ministry.

Rev. Dr. Jennifer Yocum (she/her) is a storytelling, kayak-paddling, gaze-in-wonder-at-God-in-the-world kind of person.


Rev. Laura Folkwein

Associate Pastor

Laura (she/her) is passionate about strengthening communities, treating all people with dignity and respect, and connecting people to care for and advocate with each other.


"I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my savior"

Habbakuk 3:18

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Worship Service 10:00 a.m. Sundays

Sunday Worship at 10:00 a.m.


10:00 am

405 University Ave., Missoula, MT 59801