Lynnhaven Colony Congregational Church Sanctuary Entrance

NO morning worship
3:30pm ABCs of Christmas, a kid-focused worship service where we hear the Christmas story through the alphabet, songs, and prayers. All ages are welcome!
6:30pm Candlelight worship; join us afterward for a time of fellowship and holiday treats!

No matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here. We believe in extravagant welcome. This is why we insist that God’s communion table is open, not closed, and God’s gift and claim in baptism are irrevocable. We advocate justice for all. Our congregations extend hospitality as a sign of God’s inclusive love. We teach that evangelism — offering bread to those in search of it — is God’s mission. Our perspective is global, not provincial. We work with — not against — people of other faiths. Why? Because God is still speaking.

Throughout the year we meet on Mondays 7pm at a local brewery to discuss various topics on Progressive Christianity.  Normally, we will meet 6-8 weeks at time and then take a break for holidays.  Past topics have included why bad things happen to good people, if everything does happen for a reason, traditional gender roles in church, and how other religions relate to Christianity.  Check the events page or our Facebook page for updates!

Good people. Good conversation. Good beer.  Hope to see you there!

Young Adults serving at PIN ministries


Lynnhaven Colony Congregational Church UCC supports missions, faith based organizations, and disaster relief.  We sent people on missions to assist after Hurricane Katrina the earthquakes in Haiti.  Also, we are involved with Clean the Bay Day, JCOC, PIN Ministries, and Elon Homes & Schools for Children in Charlotte, NC.

Spiritual Development

LCCC combines fellowship with spiritual development throughout the year with its Progressive Pints series.  These are weekly meetings on Mondays at Pleasure House Brewing, where we discuss matters of faith and spirituality (and enjoy a good beer!)


The Sanctuary is open and inviting.  We can seat up to 200 in the pews and another 40-50 in chairs for special services or events.

Attendees at the English Tea in 2012


We have several fellowship events (such as a holiday bazaar and hosting speakers) as well as “fun” fundraisers throughout the year.