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We have in-person worship at 9:50 AM on Sunday mornings and we also stream our service for those that need to be at home – this can be found on the David’s United Church of Christ Facebook Page.

170 W David Rd; Kettering, OH 45429

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Church School classes are offered during  Service (9:50 a.m.) each Sunday morning. The children will worship with their parents for the first part of the service, and then be dismissed to class after the children’s message. There are two classes running simultaneously: one for children in Pre-K through 2nd grade and the other for kids in 3rd grade through 6th grade.

Registration is at https://forms.gle/gLES4g9Cigzu77v56

Confirmation is a two-year program designed to prepare students to become full, active members of the church and to dedicate themselves to living a life of discipleship. Students generally complete Confirmation during 7th and 8th grades, using the UCC- developed “Affirming Faith” curriculum in conjunction with the “Re:form” confirmation resource. They meet in the Confirmation Room most Sundays after service, but also have a schedule of visits to other houses of worship, service projects, and retreats. The Confirmation year begins with an overnight retreat at Camp Kern and ends with the rite of Confirmation and a week-long Pilgrimage.


SIGNS Ecumenical High School Youth Group welcomes teens from any area high school and any faith background, has been in Kettering for 16 years. We meet on most Sunday evenings during the school year from 7:00 until 8:30 pm, at the Grove. We also have a variety of community service and social events throughout the year, as well as an annual summer trip. We’ve traveled to Tennessee, Colorado, Kentucky, Minnesota, California, New Orleans, Ontario, just to name a few, where we worked in, and explored that city on a level that most tourists never experience.

Our Mission: “In the spirit of ecumenical fellowship, we strive to plant and nurture the seeds of morality, community and spirituality in our youth” S.I.G.N.S. stands for: “Supporting Individualism, Growing and Nurturing Spirituality” For more information, contact: Jill Chabut, (937) 297-0324

Rev. Dr. Brian Q. Newcomb also offers opportunities for adult education throughout the year. These include Bible studies, book and DVD studies, and various other means of spiritual formation. Recent studies have included books by Brian McLaren, Diana Butler Bass, John Shelby Spong, Wayne Muller, Mimi Doe, and Robin Meyers, as well as the Living the Questions DVD series.

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