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The following churches are members of the United Council of Christian Community Churches of Maryland & Vicinity:

Christian Unity Temple Christian Community Church

Rev. Howard Jackson, Pastor

3900 Groveland Avenue

Baltimore, MD 21215


The Hill Inc. (UCCCC Headquarters)

Bishop Antoine O. McClurkin

8185 Hicks Road

Jessup, MD 20794


First Mt. Carmel Christian Community Church

Rev. Edward R. McClurkin, Pastor

2900 W North Avenue

Baltimore, MD 21216


Gillis Memorial Christian Community Church

Pastor Darryl Gould, D.D

4016 Park Heights Avenue

Baltimore, Maryland 21215


Greater Beth’el Ministry

Rev. Patricia Chase, Pastor

3900 Dorchester Road

Baltimore, Maryland, 21207-7520


Judea Christian Community Church

Rev. Otis C. James, Pastor

53 Butcher Ct

Shepherdstown, West Virginia 25443


Maranatha Bible Christian Community Church

Rev. Vanessa B. Alford, Pastor

2101 Denison St

Baltimore, MD 21216

New Faith Christian Community Church

Rev. William H. Sellers, Pastor

4111 Hampton Place

Baltimore, MD 21215


New Promiseland Community Church

Rev. Willie E. Ray, Pastor


Pillar of Truth Christian Community Church

Rev. Daphiney Clark-Williams, Pastor

6834 Harford Road

Baltimore, MD 21234


Pleasant Grove Christian Community Church

Rev. Lawrence W. Bryant, Pastor

11225 Mountain View Road

Damascus, MD 20872


Shiloh Christian Community Church

Rev. Jimmy C. Baldwin, Pastor

825 Yale Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21229


Simpson Christian Community Church

Rev. Robert Holliday, Pastor

20 Main Street

New Market, Maryland 21774


St. John Christian Community Church

Rev. Tommie L. Jenkins, Jr., Pastor

1208 E Lanvale St

Baltimore, MD 21202


Sugarloaf Mountain Christian Community Church

Rev. Joan Hall, Pastor

23800 Old Hundred Rd

Comus, MD 20842


United Hearts Christian Community Church

Rev. Andrew T. Jones, Pastor

811 E Randolph Road,

Silver Spring, MD 20904

Benefits of a UCCCC Membership
  • Spiritual fellowship that fosters unity and provides communion with other local body churches

  • Participation in a voluntary organization with the freedom to maintain self-governing structure in worship, tradition, and policy

  • Access to training that provides the opportunity to become effective, concrete and persuasive in preaching and teaching the Word of God

  • Opportunity to build a strong relationship and serve together to reach the poor, the needy, and the lost

  • Experience a dynamic worship experience at the annual conference, mid-year session and other activities and events that provide spiritual growth, strength and life in serving God

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