All About Us

United Church of Christ

We are a Congregational Church, affiliated with the United Church of Christ.  As such, we are locally run by our Church Council rather than a hierarchy of bishops, etc.

Our Pastor is Rev. Robin Blundon

Our Minister of Music is Jane Leschuk

Our Mission Statement

Believing Jesus Christ is the cornerstone of the Church, we, the members of the Northford Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, welcome all to our church family.  Our mission is to share our faith, joy, and love through:

  • Providing a community of worship.
  • Continuing to grow in our understanding of God's word through education.
  • Embracing and nurturing children as a valued part of the church family.
  • Sharing the gifts that God has given us.
  • Participating and serving in our local and global communities.

We pray our mission will foster continued growth and knowledge in our spiritual lives.


We are the brownstone "little church with the big heart in the heart of the village" of Northford, Connecticut.   Founded on June 13, 1750 as the Third Society of the mother church in Branford, Connecticut, the present edifice was designed by noted New Haven architect Henry Austin and built in 1846.  Gutted by fire on Christmas Eve in 1906, the church was rebuilt and rededicated in 1908.  Our building is on the National Register of Historic Buildings, and a stop on the Totoket Historical Society tour of the village.

Contact Us

Drop us a line!

Better yet, see us in person!

Drop in to a Sunday service, come join us for coffee, conversation and fellowship following worship.

Northford Congregational Church, UCC

4 Old Post Rd, Northford, Connecticut 06472, United States

(203) 484-0795


Sunday Services at 10 AM.

July and August Sunday Services at 9:30 AM

Office Hours Mon.& Tue. 9am - 1pm.


Formal indoor services cancelled due to the Covid-19 epidemic until further notice.  On Sunday mornings at 10AM, drive through the parking lot for an uplifting message of faith and a prayer from Pastor Robin.  Enter from the Library side of the parking lot, exit onto Rt. 22, Clintonville Road.

No upcoming events.