The Boulder Community United Church of Christ looks for ways to build fellowship among members and friends. Fellowship activities include:

  • Caring Ministries -- A group of trained individuals in the congregation who can offer care, prayer and help to members in need.

  • Lay leader Sunday sign up -- Lay leaders at Sunday services perform the following activities for the service:

    • Greeter

    • Set-Up and Clean-Up 

    • Usher Duties  

    • Refreshments

      Sign up to help on Sundays on this sign up sheet!  Interested in being Worship Leader?  Talk to Pastor Nicole.

  • Special Events -- Special events are held for new members, new babies, confirmation classes and other milestones of our congregation.


​Have an idea for a Fellowship event?  Submit your idea here​!



Our CUCC library has over 950 titles covering over two dozen subject areas related to our community and the library’s mission. Please browse the collection by subject in the link below. The shelves are also labeled with these subjects.   A loose-leaf notebook with an A to Z author sort and a subject sort can be found by the returns basket on the shelf. There is a children’s collection, but please note that children’s books on grief and loss are found in the Grief/Loss section


There is an ongoing wish list near the book return basket for suggestions for purchase. As always, we accept donations that enhance our collection.  Any books not added will be donated to another library.  Donations for purchasing new materials or replacing lost books are always welcome!


Checking out books is quite simple. Fill out the form provided on the end cap of the library shelf and file in the box. When you return the book, find your checkout slip, recycle it, and place the item in the basket nearest the kitchen.


Please return your books in a timely manner.  To view our Library catalog, click on the pdf below.

Accessible to All (A2A)

As Isaiah 56:7 says "my house shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples" Community UCC has been working to be Accessible to All.  For people with vision and hearing limitations, we offer large-print Orders of Service and hymnals, front pew seating near microphone speakers and we have installed a hearing loop for those wearing hearing aids.  Our sanctuary has no steps, so can be accessed by those with motor difficulties.  We have a wheelchair available for anyone who needs help getting from their car to the sanctuary, and we have multiple spaces set aside for special needs on Sundays in addition to our regular disabled parking spaces.