Good Enough: Embrace Imperfection So what if we stopped climbing and started fertilizing, watering and growing where we are?

Our Worship Services - Now In person OR Online

We meet for worship each Sunday morning at 10:15 AM. The service is broadcast live and is recorded.

Our Worship Series'

Every 6 weeks we explore a new theme or topic during worship. Our current worship series is called "Roll Down Justice". These weeks are meant to inspire us to let justice roll down like waters, to reach out across divides, and to help alleviate suffering in all it's forms.

Our upcoming series "Pottery and Prophesies" begins June 19th.

Online services



You can find our service at our YouTube channel youtube.edwardsucc

And on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/EdwardsUCCQCA/

LOCATION & DIRECTIONS

Edwards Congregational UCC is physically found at 3420 Jersey Ridge Road Davenport, Iowa

Praying for Mission Trip to Biloxi, MS

How long is aN Edwards CHURCH service?

Our services are about 50 minutes and include special music, children's' message, scripture, prayers and a message.

What's the culture like at Edwards Church?

We strive for sensory rich worship that feeds your soul and challenges your mind, whether online or in person. When we worship together in person at Edwards, Sundays are friendly, caring, and relaxed. Come as you are and expect to feel welcomed as our guest.

What about my kids?

We have a children's message each week, after which children are invited to the play room. It is a sensory rich children's environment only feet away from the sanctuary, where they will be cared for by an experienced and loving volunteer from within our congregation. We also have a beautiful, gated playground out back.

Let us know you're joining us

We are excited to meet you in person, or virtually, simply fill out the form below and we'll make sure to reach out to you and visit by email, phone, Zoom - whichever is best for you.

"Something wonderful about us at Edwards.... As soon as I walked through the front doors it felt like home."

Rick Willits