The Golden Gate Association of the United Church of Christ
Northern California Nevada Conference
Upcoming Events & News
UCC General Synod 2015 - June 26 - 30
Every two years, General Synod brings together thousands of faithful members of the United Church of Christ for formal church witness, inspirational worship, and fellowship with friends (new and old).
In June 2015, thousands from across the country (and abroad) will gather for General Synod 30 in Cleveland, Ohio — the birthplace of the United Church of Christ. Together, we will discern resolutions of witness, church structure, and function. We will stand up for issues that demand a faithful witness. And we will join together in worship each day to lift up the Stillspeaking God.
At General Synod 30, we will explore some of the "Unexpected Places" where we hear God's voice, encounter the Spirit, and find the United Church of Christ lifting up its witness in the world. For more information go to http://synod.uccpages.org/
Night Ministry Van Project
The San Francisco Night Ministry provides compassionate and non-judgmental pastoral care, counseling, referrals and crisis intervention to people in need or distress during the night hours when social services are not normally available. The Van Project's goal is to acquire a van to assist and improve our ability to serve people in need. To read more about the Night Ministry and the Van Project, click on the link below.
San Francisco Night Ministry Van Project
Golden Gate Association
751 Alameda de las Pulgas
Belmont, CA 94002
Welcome to GGAUCC!
Welcome to GGAUCC - the website of the Golden Gate Association of the United Church of Christ.
The Golden Gate Association is one of six Associations in the Northern California Nevada Conference, United Church of Christ. We are a community of people and thirty-six UCC churches along the Pacific coast from the Oregon border to the Santa Clara, California border, including San Francisco and the San Mateo Peninsula.
United Church of Christ
The United Church of Christ is a community of faith that seeks to respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ in word and deed. From the beginning of our history, we have affirmed the ideal that Christians do not always have to agree to live together in communion. Our motto - "that they may all be one"—is Jesus' prayer for the unity of the church. The UCC is one of the most diverse Christian denominations in the United States. For more information on the UCC and the NCNCUCC, click on the links below.
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