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No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.

Ebenezer United Church of Christ Identity Statement

We are Ebenezer United Church of Christ.

Our name, from I Samuel 7:12, means: “Thus far, God has helped us.”

Building on that solid rock, we reach forward in faith on the growing edge of our community. We offer to all people meaningful worship and education, and an open invitation to share in Holy Communion.

Ebenezer demonstrates a welcoming openness that helps people feel “at home”, fortifying us to live out our faith on a daily basis. Following Christ’s example, we reach out to bring hope and justice to all of God’s family. We affirm the gifts and cherish the image of God in each person. We welcome into the full life and ministry of the church all persons of every race, culture, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability, economic status, and family structure.

In partnership with God and each other, in traditional yet progressive ways, we are ordinary people working hard to accomplish extraordinary things.


Ebenezer is an Open and Affirming congregation.

A Study of the Doctrine of Discovery:  Five Sunday Evenings to March 3, 6 to 7:30 pm.  The Doctrine of Discovery, which was first enacted by Pope Nicolas V in 1452, authorized the killing and appropriation of lands of indigenous people as explorers “discovered” new lands.  In 1823, the U.S. adopted Indian Policy for this country based on that doctrine.  Not only have these laws never been discarded, the Doctrine of Discovery continues to have a negative impact on Native American lives.  You are invited to learn more about the far-reaching effects of this policy.  Study materials will be provided.  Sign up in the Gathering Area or call the church at 920-452-9766, so we can provide enough study materials for all.

Youth Brat Fry!  Sunday, March 3, 10:00 am – 1 pm.  Brats, burgers, hot dogs, German potato salad, beans, and chips. Home-made baked goods! Drive-thru, take-out, or eat-in.  All funds raised help the youth programming at Ebenezer.  Come enjoy the food and the fellowship.  The first brats of the season always taste the best!

Two days of bargains!  Youth Rummage Sale coming soon –  Fri., March 22 from 4 – 6:30 pm and Sat., March 23  from 7 – 11:30 am.  Lots of household décor, kitchen items, clothing and accessories, toys, furniture, sporting and hobby items, bikes, books, and more!  Stop at the Cookie Counter to buy sweets and coffee or at the Brat Fry Table to purchase a sandwich.  Eat in or take out.  All proceeds go to Ebenezer’s youth mission trip.

Communion –  Sunday, March 3 at 9:00  and 10:30 am worship services.   All who seek to follow Christ are welcome to partake of Communion.  Ebenezer’s Communion bread is entirely gluten-free  – a moist and tasty bread we all can enjoy.

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Schedule of Services:  Regular   (Labor Day to Memorial Day):

Sunday – 9:00 am; 10:30 am

Sunday School  – 9:15 am for Pre-K to 6th grade.  Children may start with their family in church and will be dismissed following the Conversation With Children.  Youth Classes – 9:15

Comma Cafe  – a time for coffee and conversation – is between services. FB_IMG_1509722977208

Summer   (Memorial Day to Labor Day):
Sunday – 9:00 am     Comma Cafe  – coffee and conversation – follows the Sunday service.
Thursday – 7:00 pm

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3215 Saemann Avenue | Sheboygan Wisconsin 53081 | 920.452.9766

(On the corner of Taylor Drive  and Saemann Ave.)

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