Our concert series will kick-off with a performance by our very own Karen Wheelock on Sunday, March 8 at 3 p.m.

Karen is a singer/songwriter who now lives in Madison

and is a frequent performer there.  

Click here to check out Karen’s web site and listen to some of her music: http://www.reverbnation.com/karenwheelock


All Are Welcome!

No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here. We are affiliated with the United Church of Christ, a mainline Protestant denomination rooted in the free church tradition. This church and its members are represented at and involved in the wider work of the denomination through distinct, association, statewide conference and national General Synod gatherings. We are a church large enough to provide a variety of ministries and programs, yet small enough so that each member feels welcome and has something to contribute. Our membership represents a variety of ages, family situations, occupations and interests learning and growing in faith together.

We affirm together the following Mission Statement:

The mission of the United Church of Christ–Congregational, Delavan is to unite in our quest to authentically live our faith in our constantly changing world by: Exploring open and progressive theology, Embracing God’s diverse creation, Encountering God in relevant worship, Encouraging questions, Serving the community with commitment, conviction, love and compassion. 


We are an open and affirming congregation.


We, the congregation of the United Church of Christ-Congregational, Delavan, embrace the designation of Open and Affirming.  We regard all persons as creations made in God's very image, regardless of sexual orientation or expression, gender identity or expression, age, race, ethnicity, national origin, marital status, abilities, economic status, family structure, or any other label that would seek to divide rather than unite.  We affirm the rights and responsibilities to all of full participation in the ministry of our church.

Rev. Laura McLeod



picture of Rgurunderi and the Big Ponde

Lent is an opportunity for great spiritual and personal examination, a time to study our relationship with

God and others, a time to improve those relationships and make them more meaningful. But our desire

for deeper connection to God, one another, and all of God’s creation this Lent has to compete with the

rest of life. Our spiritual practices go up against our everyday lives, busy schedules, work and family

demands, emotional trials, and more.


Go to Lenten Devotionals 



Delavan UCC-Congregational in Delavan, Wisconsin welcomes Mr. David Bahrke as organist. Mr. Bahrke has worked as a director of music in Episcopal, Lutheran and Roman Catholic parishes as well as other orthodox and protestant denominations. He has serviced as Dean and Sub Dean of the American Guild of Organists-Milwaukee Chapter and as a member of the Development and Finance Committee of the AGO National Council. For seventeen years he was Chorus Manager and Artist Liaison for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Bahrke also has his own business: David Bahrke Music and Music Media and is also a choral director, vocal coach and pianist.



Meet Delavan United Church of Christ-Congregational

Visit the Meet the Staff section and find out a little about who we are!

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