Changing lives through loving, learning, sharing, and serving God and others.

United in love. Created to serve. Committed to welcoming all, loving all, and seeking justice for all.


We are a congregation where God is all-loving and inclusive. We are open and affirming to all: welcoming all, loving all, and seeing God in all people, no matter who they are or where they are on life’s journey.


As a loving and caring intergenerational spiritual family, we cultivate a safe, relational culture of trust and authenticity where people matter and everybody is somebody! We are a judgment-free zone.


We are here to support and encourage your spiritual journey as you discern God’s voice in your own life. We celebrate all that you are and all that you bring to our faith community. Share your gifts, skills, and talents. You belong here!

Seeking Justice

A just world begins with Justice. We celebrate the equality and dignity of all humans, promote hope, actively address discrimination, racism, prejudice, division, and hate in all of its forms, and seek to be good caretakers of this planet.

Join Us for Worship

Please join us for worship in person. (Unfortunately, our live stream is temporarily unavailable).

10:00 a.m. Every Sunday
Communion First Sunday of the Month

Coming Events

Jesus didn’t turn people away, and neither do we.

As followers of Jesus, we are called to love our neighbors. At Fort Myers United Church of Christ we gratefully welcome immigrants and refugees. We are advocates for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, affirming a place at God’s table for everyone as witnesses to Christ’s extravagant welcome. We give thanks for the abilities and disabilities – apparent and unapparent – we all possess while ensuring our building and fellowship is accessible to all. We are committed to boldly proclaiming that we are a justice-doing, peace-seeking church. We care about God’s creation and all that is within by caring for our environment and being good stewards of our resources. We work for economic justice across the spectrum of race, class, and global inequality. We work to reduce stigma and promote the inclusion of people with mental illnesses or brain disorders and their families in the life and leadership of our congregation.