Welcome to the Elmwood Community Church

We are holding indoor worship in our beautiful Sanctuary on Sunday mornings at a reduced 50% capacity.  You are welcome to join us. We also are continuing to broadcast our Sunday Morning Worship at 10:00 am on Facebook and YouTube.  There is a Facebook feed at the bottom of this page and you can watch us live right here. 

 

Worship with Us!

We are currently holding in-person worship inside in our beautiful sanctuary.  We are also online each Sunday for regular service. We also encourage you to check in throughout the week as we update the site frequently.

Meet Elmwood UCC

Meet the staff and clergy, read about our history, and find out about ministries and other activities.

Contact and Directions

Elmwood Community Church is located at 26 Newington Rd, West Hartford, CT 06110. Find our location and get in touch! 

Worship With Us

We offer traditional Christian worship on Sunday mornings at 10:00 am.   Youth and children are encouraged to attend Sunday School during worship after the Children’s Message. 

We also have Bible Studies on Tuesday mornings at 11:00 in the Fellowship Room

Our Values

We believe God has called the Elmwood Community Church to be a witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ and through faith, service and actions to be involved in, and committed to, creating a community that embraces one another and reaches out in love, peace and concern.

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