The Congregational Church of Belmont, United Church of Christ, has long stood for justice and equality for the LGBTQ community. Today we stand in grief and solidarity with all who condemn the hatred and violence that took the lives of our brothers and sisters in the terrible and senseless attack at Pulse in Orlando, Fla.
~ Rev. Kristi Denham, pastor
Click here to see snapshots of Easter 2016 at CCB.
Welcome to Our Church Family!
We invite you to come worship with us and see how we do church. You'll find a pastor who doesn't stay put in the pulpit, but likes to preach from the aisle.
You'll find people who love to sing and do so with gusto, accompanied by guitar or piano, or a pipe organ built and tended by a member of our congregation. You'll find a special time for children that includes a ringing of bells, so we can listen to God in the silence that follows. You'll find flowers and beauty in our historic building.
In our church, you will find ideas to stimulate your thinking and surprising new understandings that can come from reaching deep into the history and mystery of the scriptures.
We are an Open and Affirming Congregaton of the United Church of Christ. For information on the United Church of Christ, click the links below.
Science and Faith
(presented on Feb. 8, 2015, Evolution Sunday) By Inkang Kim
When I first read Genesis Chapter 1, I was learning general physics in university. I learned Maxwell’s equation as a tool to describe the motion of light. As
you may know, the light is considered both as a particle and a wave. (Read More)
News & Events
A Pastoral Letter on Child Refugees from the National Leaders of the United Church of Christ
The National Officers of the United Church of Christ and the Council of Conference Ministers — the leaders of the denomination's regional conferences — share this pastoral letter addressing the tens of thousands of young refugees fleeing Central and Latin America and seeking safety in the United States. In a unified voice, UCC leaders declare their support for these children that are leaving their homelands out of fear. This is a unique moment that tests the church's commitment for justice and peace. (Read More)
Shop and Make a Painless Donation
to CCB at the Same Time
Do you shop online?
If the answer's yes, you have an opportunity to send a portion of your purchase price (4 percent or more) back to CCB as a rebate and a donation to our general fund.
Here's how it works. Go to the Amazon.com button or the eScrip Online Mall button on the left of this page. Click on the Amazon button and it will take you to the Amazon website. Just shop as you always would. Because you entered the Amazon site from the CCB webpage, the rebate will come back to the church. You don't have to do a thing differently. (Read More)
No Longer Strangers
The Rev. Wendy J. Taylor, former pastor of CCB, has written a book about Puente de la Sur, her ministry to the immigrant men who work the fields on the San Mateo County coast. To order No Longer Strangers from Amazon.com, click on the image below.