Services Archive (Page 16)

We are building an archive of our church services – you can watch any of the services.
While the videos aren’t searchable, our archive will be! You can use the site-search to find a topic, guest speaker or anthem you remember hearing.
If you would like us to also upload mp3s of sermons or services, please let us know. Mp3s could be downloaded to your phone or tablet for listening anywhere.
Access to videos of services from 2018.
For older videos, please visit our YouTube Channel.

We also have a special collection of sound  files of services from the last year of Shirley Crockett’s ministry in 1997. Click here to listen to Shirley’s 1997 services.

Angelique Kabami

So Deep Are the Waters

“O Healing River” , an African American spiritual, will carry the message of the day at the Guilford Community Church, UCC, 10am service. Ben Coplan will read the contemporary Emma Lazarus poem: “The Great Collosus” along with the story of … Read the rest

All you need is love


Tony Barrand, Fred Breunig and Andy Davis will mark the day at the February 3, 10 am worship service with the traditional favorite “Candlemas Eve”.
The endurance of God and Love will thus be central to the service at Guilford … Read the rest

Choir January 13, 2019

Jordan River Baptism

First Sunday of Epiphany and the Baptism of Jesus which leads the Guilford Community Church, United Church of Christ to a 10am worship service focused on the Jordan River.   The sermon will consider the ritual of baptism and the promise
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Andy and Fred

Installation of New Officers

On January 6, the following officers were installed.

Layleaders: Perrin Scott, Fred Breunig & Cheryl Redmond      Deacons: Lucy Spahr-Blazej,Terry Sylvester, Mary Piluski, Rob Harnish, John Cole & Fred Ashworth.

Tony Barrand, Fred Breunig and Andy Davis performed “Over the Hill, … Read the rest

Joseph and Mary

Third Sunday of Advent

The Third Sunday of Advent is Sunday, December 16, and is the annual remembrance of all peoples living on the margins: refugees and the homeless and all those who remind us of the perilous life of Mary and Joseph as … Read the rest