On October 29, 1876 a group of German-speaking Protestants formed an Evangelical Congregation in O'Fallon, Illinois. For over 135 years, the O’Fallon United Church of Christ has been engaged in faithful worship, mission and witness in the community.
We are a part of the United Church of Christ, a denomination formed in 1957 through the union of the Evangelical and Reformed Church (where our roots are) and the Congregational Christian Churches (which include the Pilgrims of Plymouth Plantation).
As a denomination, we emphasize the significance and freedom of the local congregation. We offer great diversity of beliefs while seeking unity within our fellowship. Our differences add to the richness and strength of our life together.