Kairos-Milwaukie United Church of Christ

Image: © iStock.com / Oleksandr Hruts (Image ID# 1208208074)Due to continuing social distancing requirements, Kairos-Milwaukie United Church of Christ will not gather in person for worship or other events until further notice. Our church building is closed. Updates will be posted here as more information is available.

We will present a live worship experience every Sunday morning at 10:00 am by video streaming on ZOOM.
Meeting ID: 984 869 259   Password: 314810

See the Worship Streams section of our website for additional information.

In these anxious days, let’s remember to pause at the end of each day, breathe deeply, rest in the presence of the Great Love and hold each other in the light.

Updated: 5/15/2020 at 6:03 am


We are Advocates for the Environment

The KMUCC Green Team

The KMUCC Green Team leads our efforts to be protectors of the environment.

Link: Take the UCC Environmental Justice Quiz

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Green Team Statement of Purpose

In partnership with God and in gratitude for God’s gifts, Kairos-Milwaukie UCC seeks to honor the integrity of creation, minimize our congregation’s impact on the environment, raise awareness of environmental and sustainability issues in the wider community, and advocate for the equitable distribution of resources throughout the world.



Photo: © iStock.com / studioworxx (image #180424028)Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 10:00 am

Come and join us for an inspiring service celebrating Earth Day. A special guest who is the Sustainability Management Analyst for the city of Lake Oswego will be joining us to give us tips on things we all can do to protect our precious earth. The KMUCC Green Team will host an information table of where and what to buy to replace plastics. The Green Team is also hosting an earth-centered coffee hour after worship.

Join us for this special celebration of our earth!

For more information about going plastic free and Earth Day 2019 visit:

Photo: © iStock.com / Janine Lamontagne (image #9086577)KMUCC Green Team Tips for a Green Holiday Season

• A real Christmas tree – but if you have an artificial one already, keep using it
• Use LED lights
• Buy less – and buy eco-friendly items including non-object gifts like planned experiences, planting trees, charity donations
• Make your own holiday cards and ornaments
• Connect with Nature
• Choose eco-friendly wrapping paper, even the comics from the newspaper
• Don’t forget the food – sustainable and tasty, with minimal waste. Love leftovers.
• Calculate your carbon footprint, using a carbon footprint calculator like the one the University of California, Berkeley offers on its website.