Foothills frequently hosts weddings, memorial services, baptisms, and performances. Please read about some of the facilities and services that are available.
Our beautiful sanctuary building was designed by the renowned Ernest Coxhead and completed in 1914. In 1982 it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is capable of seating 150 people and has an organ and piano.
Our Parish Hall was built in 1973 and features an excellent setting for meetings, receptions, presentations, parties, and lunches/dinners. It is 1300 sq. ft., holds 80 for a sit down event and 170 for a meeting. Full kitchen, A/V, small stage with a piano!
Commonly held Events:
A wedding is the celebration of a lasting commitment between two people who make a covenant of abiding love with each other. We look forward to sharing in this sacred and joyous occasion with you. Our minister can officiate at your wedding or if not available, recommend another minister for you. We offer wedding coordinator, organist, music, custodial, and photography assistance. For more information, please call the church office.
We extend our deepest sympathy during this difficult time. We want to help you commemorate and honor the person who has passed away and will work closely with you to plan a service that does this in the way you wish. Our ministers will be pleased to help you prepare a memorial service and to learn of any special wishes you may have. We offer assistance with scripture selections, music, and memorial fund considerations. Foothills Congregational Church members may use our facilities at no charge. For non-affiliated families, there are fees for use of the sanctuary and for other services. For more information, please call the church office.
Baptisms are offered for people of any age when they wish to become a member of the Christian Church. Parents often make this commitment for their infant children. The UCC states: “With Baptism God embraces you — no matter who you are — and brings you into Christ’s Church. You become vital not only to a local church, but the wider Church. You share in the life, death, and resurrection of Christ. The church also promises to love, support, and care for you throughout your whole life. Baptized, you now participate fully in life of the Church and God’s realm.” Our ministers would be happy to discuss the process and vows with you.