Do I have to be a member to attend church here?
Will I be welcome?
We say "no matter who you are, no matter where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here." We are an open and affirming congregation who will welcome you regardless of age, educational or economic background, gender identify or sexual orientation, ethnicity or race. Please join us.
Is there a dress code? What should I wear?
There is no dress code at Casas Adobes. Few people wear neckties and few wear blue jeans, but either is fine. We ask you to come join us in worship however you feel comfortable.
When should I arrive?
About ten minutes before worship is usually adequate. On Christmas and Easter we suggest you arrive earlier, as seating fills up quickly.
Should I sign my name in the sign-in sheets during the service?
We call them “fellowship pads.” If you’d like us to follow up with you, please include your contact information in the space provided.
How does Casas Adobes perform communion?
The elements are distributed to the seated congregation by a group of ushers. All receive and hold the bread until everyone is served, then consume the bread in unison. All then are served cups of juice or wine, and consume it when they choose.
Are there also adult learning opportunities?
Pastor Amos offers a class on Wednesday mornings many weeks of the year. Sunday morning classes are offered between services, too.
How do I learn about baptism, marriage or funeral services the church can facilitate?
Please call the church office. Our staff can answer some of your questions, and will be happy to get you in contact with Pastor Amos to answer the request.
What’s the meaning of the UCC in your name?
The United Church of Christ is the union of two denominations that have their roots in the Congregational faith. Thus our full name, Casas Adobes Congregational Church – UCC.