OUR MISSION

We, the members of Spring Creek United Church of Christ, are a people of God centered in Christ. Responding actively to God's love, we strive to be inclusive, reconciling, and caring in our ministry to each other and to the wider community.

Our Vision is to be a church that is embracing our diversity to make a "divine difference"... Together.

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Spring Creek United Church of Christ

4500 Spring Creek Road | Rockford, IL 61114

Office 815 877 2576 | Fax 815 877 6819

OFFICE HOURS | 10am-2pm Tue - Wed - Thur

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Embracing our diversity to make a divine difference together - LGBT friendly - welcoming to all no matter who you are or where you are on life's journey

Sunday Worship at 10:30am

Progressive | Relevant | Inclusive | Reconciling | Caring

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October 17, 2019

As I shared in my message last week, it is a blessing to not only receive blessings, but also to give them. I have been able to offer blessings for this community of faith for two years. Yesterday's service and reception blessed me beyond my wildest imaginatio...

October 9, 2019

When we have peace, we are truly blessed.

I read a story recently about BlessU-2, a robotic priest, who offers blessings when activated by a tap on its touch screen chest. A weary pilgrim can even stipulate which language — as long as it is German, English, Fre...

October 3, 2019

"Where do we go? Where do we go? Where do we go from here?" These words come from a song of the same name by the musical group, Chicago. It could also be the words of a congregation and an interim pastor as a ministry comes to an end.

It is easy for any of us t...

September 26, 2019

Many of us remember those epic words uttered by Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz — "There's no place like home." It is nice to get away from home and the day to day activities, stresses, and strains of our "normal" routines. Vacations lead us, hopefully, to a pla...

September 17, 2019

Most people want to be prepared in the case of an emergency. Today, we are better able to prepare for those occasional situations in which we need help. Our smart phones, for example, have apps we can use to summon help. In the dramatic reading of Psalm 79:1-9...

September 12, 2019

Have you ever had one of those nights when you are ready to go to bed and then it hits you? You have a "craving" for something to eat. It might have been a commercial you saw concerning a food that converges on your senses to the point that you not only see th...

September 4, 2019

This Sunday we begin a sermon series on the Greatness of God. We will look at the greatness of God's mercy, grace, freedom, and hope. 

This coming Sunday we will be looking at what our "dream job" might be as opposed to Paul's "dream job." When we read a r...

August 29, 2019

There is a story toId concerning a lone religious pilgrim with a staff, a cowl, a long beard and a haggard look. Stopped at a fork in the road, the religious seeker faces a sign. One arrow points toward "The meaning of life." Another arrow points in the opposi...

August 21, 2019

Do you remember that first writing project you usually got from your teacher when you returned to school in the Fall? I can't recall how many times, I had to address the question in the title of my article when I was a kid returning to school. I don't know abo...

August 15, 2019


I was reading an article recently about someone who wrote about a person who ran a marathon and their thoughts on doing such a demanding thing. Denise Helm in her writing, "Why run if it hurts," said this, "Would a marathon be as delicious, or delirious to fi...

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