Welcome to Williston-Immanuel United Church
During the month of January 2022 worship will be online only. The Annual Meeting has been postponed to Sunday, February 6.
We are doing our part to support our health care providers and keep this community healthy!
WIUC Annual Report
The WIUC annual meeting is on February 6, 2022 after worship. If you haven't received an Annual Report you can request one here.
Communion Sunday Every FIRST Sunday
If you worship remotely and want to participate, have some crackers and juice ready. Sunday school (for school-aged children) is available.
Intergenerational Service Every THIRD Sunday
This service is designed to bring all ages together to experience worship through all our senses.
This worship service blends the gifts of recovery found in programs such as the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and the transformational power of the Christian faith.
No matter who you love,
No matter your chosen pronoun,
No matter the color of your skin or
your immigration status,
No matter the amount of money or education you have,
No matter your afflictions or
the mistakes that you've made,
You are welcome at Williston-Immanuel.
N.A. Candlelit Meeting
N.A. meets in-person, masked and socially-distant, in Clark Hall (back of building--use Deering Place entrance) on Saturday nights at 7:00 pm.
Who are we?
We are an Open and Affirming Faith Community in Portland Maine
In the summer of 2011 two Portland congregations (Williston West - United Church of Christ and Immanuel Baptist - American Baptist Church) voted unanimously to covenant, live and work together as one church, combining the ministries of each in a singular, energetic, Christian mission in the city of Portland, Maine. We bring together the best of two historic American denominations! Read more from a 2011 Portland Press Herald story here.