United Japanese Christian Church is a federated church of both the United Methodist and United Church of Christ denominations. We are a multicultural, English-speaking congregation with a rich history in the Japanese community. Our doors are open to YOU!
Worship Schedule: 10:30am service
Sunday Fellowship & Light Lunch:
Welcome to the
United Japanese Christian Church!
Our ministries provide opportunities for every generation:
Children & Family Ministries
Preshool, elementary, 5th & 6th
Junior High, High School
College / Young Adult
Senior / Retirees
Vacation Bible School
"A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another." John 13: 34-35 NIV
Japanese language fellowship
Japanese language preschool
After school Japanese classes
Children's Japanese Cultural
Bible Studies for all ages
136 N. Villa Ave., Clovis, CA 93612 | tel: 559•322•0701 | fax: 559•322•9710 | email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Quick links to your favorite pages.
New! Want to know more about the current seriies of sermon on Generosity and Giving during this lent Season?
To find out more about what the Generosity and Giving movement is about and what the Generosity Committee is doing, check out the Generosity Page.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT DINNERS ARE BACK!
Back by popular demands, join us for 6 consecutive nights of dinner. These will be casual dinners starting April 8.
The first 3 dinners will start a 6 PM at UJCC. The last 3 dinners are fundraiser dinners for the youth groups at partici-
UCC Sequoia Association Meeting
Sunday, Mat 17 @ 3 PM; First Congre-gational Church, Tulare
You are invited to attend the upcoming Annual Meeting of the UCC Sequoia Assoc. which will include worship, business meeting, keynote speaker, Rev. Matt Broadbent, and dinner ($8). RSVP to the Tulare church's office at 686-5528 or email, email@example.com
Tuesday, May 19 @ 7 PM
Watch "Hidden Legacy" on KVBT,Our Valley PBS, which will air the document-
ary on how Japanese cultural arts played an important part in America's ten concentration camps during WWII in which 120,000 Americans of Japanese ancestry and their families were imprisoned.