The First Congregational Church of Darien is a member of the United Church of Christ (UCC), a distinct and diverse community of Christians that come together as one church organization to join faith and action. With more than 5,100 churches and 1.1 million members across the U.S., the UCC serves God in the co-creation of a just and sustainable world. UCC was formed in 1957 when the Evangelical and Reformed Church and the Congregational Christian Churches united to create one larger community of faith. These two denominations, which were themselves the result of earlier unions, had their roots in Congregational, Christian, Evangelical, and Reformed denominations. For more information about the United Church of Christ and its Connecticut Conference of the United Church of Christ – Read more . . .
We also belong to The Interfaith Council of Southwestern Connecticut, which comprises the churches, synagogues and other religious communities of Stamford, Darien, New Canaan and Greenwich. The Council promotes interfaith collaboration and conversation. It actively supports the diverse religious expressions found within the communities of lower Fairfield County, and seeks to build understanding among the various traditions through both collaborative action addressing social needs, and through conversation and education. For more on the Interfaith Council, Read more. . .