Celebrating Our Tenth Anniversary!
We spread the message of God’s extravagant welcome, reaching out especially to those who have felt there is no room for them within Christianity and the church – the excluded and alienated, the spiritually homeless, the questioning.
All Are Welcome and Celebrated!
All persons are welcomed and celebrated, without regard to race, social status, religious belief/practice or lack thereof, gender, physical condition/appearance, or sexual orientation. We are an open and affirming UCC church.
Church Garden “Feeding All”
Members tend the church garden. Produce from the garden is donated to F.A.R.M. Cafe in Boone. The cafe feeds all, regardless of means.
Why the Comma?
There's a lot to the UCC Comma. For the UCC, the Comma is a new way to proclaim "Our Faith is 2,000 years old, our thinking is not." The Comma invites us to believe that God speaks through other people, nature, music, art, a theorem, the Bible, and in so many other ways. It reminds us of the unusual religious freedom and responsibility to engage the Bible with our own unique experiences, questions, and ideas.
Never place a period where God has placed a comma. --Gracie Allen, 20th century American comedian
- Events on April 26, 2014
Immigration Reform Workshop
Starts: 12:30 pm
Location: 259 Pilgrims Way, Boone, NC, United States
- Events on April 26, 2014
HCUCC "Chasing Ice" Potluck, Screening & Discussion
Starts: 6:00 pm
Location: High Country United Church of Christ, U.S. 421, Vilas, NC, United States
- Events on April 28, 2014
"A Place at the Table" Film
Starts: 7:00 pm
Location: I.G. Greer Hall, Academy Street, Boone, NC, United States
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High Country UCC has called Rev Tamara Franks as our next pastor, please see the April newsletter for details! This is Tamara (left) and her partner Deb (right) during a recent visit.
UPDATE: about 20 children enjoyed this special spring festival! Thanks to Sondra Edwards and others who made this happen. See April Newsletter page 14 for photos and more. HCUCC is sponsoring a childrens’ Lenten Fair to Hospitality House on Sat April 5 from 9:30-11:30am. Bring…
The fun begins at 9am Sat April 5th and will run into the afternoon as needed. Rain date would be Sat April 12, 2014. Please wear sturdy shoes and bring water bottles, snacks, gloves, rakes, shovels, pruners, wheelbarrow, etc. Lunch will be supplied (pizza).…
Peace & Justice
On April 26, 2014 at 6pm join us at High Country UCC for a free potluck, film screening, and discussion of the critically acclaimed documentary “Chasing Ice“. Whether or not you bring food, please come join us for this unusual opportunity to witness glacial ice…
On Thursday April 10, 2014 the local non-profit group Arctic Voices is sponsoring a screening in Boone of the film “A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet“. It is touring the country with its creator, accomplished California filmmaker, Mark Kitchell. It is a…
HCUCC member and ASU Anthropology Professor Tom Whyte will be presenting his research on the history and status of the Jordan Councill Cemetery, an early African-American burial ground adjacent to the Old Boone Cemetery and ASU Campus. Weather permitting, the program will be held Thurs…