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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.

Join Ebenezer in a NATIONAL UCC ALL-CHURCH READ!!  Meet  for book discussion Thursdays, May 23 and 30  Evicted: Poverty and Profit in The American City, by Matthew Desmond. Meet for book discussion and potluck on Thursdays, May 23 and 30 at 5 pm in Ebenezer’s Fellowship Hall.  Evicted draws on years of embedded fieldwork and painstakingly-gathered data.  The book won the 2017 Pulitzer Prize, the National Books Critics Circle Award for Nonfiction, the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Nonfiction, among other awards.  This landmark work takes us into the poorest neighborhoods of Milwaukee to tell the story of eight families on the edgeEvicted transforms our understanding of eviction as a root cause of poverty.   For discussion questions/ study guide, please click on this link: Evicted discussion questions/ study guide

Summer Schedule for Worship : Sundays at 9 am  – May 26 through Sept. 1 ( a time for coffee and conversation follow the service) and Thursdays at 7 pm  – May 30 through Aug. 29.

Vacation Bible School – All children welcome :  ROAR ! Life is Wild.  God is Good.  Sunday, July 28 – Thursday, August 1, 5:15 – 8:00 pm. Pre-school to Grade 6.  Family Supper provided. (Kids participate in Sunday Worship, August 4.)

Communion –  Thursday, May 30 at 7 pm and Sunday, June 2 at 9:00 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. 


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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