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The Central Pacific Conference of the United Church of Christ is a community of congregations in Oregon, southern Idaho and southern Washington. We are multiracial and multicultural, open and affirming, and accessible to all.

UCC Welcomes Gay Games 9 to Cleveland

2014 CPC Justice & Witness Grant Cycle Now Open

justiceThe Justice and Witness Ministry Team can provide modest funding to local churches, groups or individuals in support of activities that advance the local church or Conference involvement in justice and witness issues.  Our 2014 grant cycle is now open. Deadline for receiving grant applications is July 30, 2014. All applications will be reviewed in August and awardees notified.

For more information and to access the grant application form, please go to:


Pilgrim Cove main bldg.SAVE THE DATE!

2014 Women’s Retreat
August 1-4, 2014
Pilgrim Cove Camp

Hosted by the McCall Community Congregational, United Church of Christ Women’s Group of McCall, Idaho. The theme this year is “A Stitch in Time?” Our guest speakers will be Rev. Charlottie Havlicak and Charla Havlicak.

It promises to be a fun and relaxing week-end on the beautiful Payette Lake. Details will follow with registration forms, times and costs for this wonderful week-end with some great ladies. Bring your mother, daughters, granddaughters, neighbors, and coworkers.

God is still speaking, comma logoGod is Still Speaking in the CPC

In this family of 47 congregations our shared commitment is to ministry and mission. The CPC provides spiritual and material resources and encouragement to all our nearly 7,600 members. We put purposes and programs into action by drawing on the experience and talents of all the conference’s members, both lay people and clergy. The CPC assists and encourages local congregations and their members in working together to explore, communicate, support and pursue the ministry and mission of the church, and provides a channel for effective relationships with the UCC and with other faith communities.