WELCOME to Fairmount Community Church United Church of Christ! Whether you are an “old" friend or a new visitor to our website- we are so glad you're "checking us out".

We worship on Sunday mornings at 9:00AM; our church is located here in the Westvale area of Syracuse, at the intersection of South Terry and West Granger Roads (126 South Terry Road Syracuse NY 13219). The church has two entrances - in the front of the building (West Granger Road) in the center, along a flower garden path.  This entrance does have a lift suitable for wheelchairs up to the sanctuary.  The second entrance is on the side of the church (Newcastle Rd) and has a chair lift up to the sanctuary. 

We pray you will find comfort and inspiration in hearing and singing about God’s word on a Sunday morning here!

Children are most welcomed during worship and our great Church Nursery is available each week with loving caregivers and lots of fun. Large print bulletins are available and we also have special devices for the hearing impaired as well as a handicapped lift - please ask an usher for assistance.

We invite you to feel free to use inclusive language during our worship service; and if you are visiting, let us know what we can do for you. The second Sunday of the month, be sure to join us for our Fellowship Hour following our worship service and for the chance to say “hello". If our church can ever be of assistance to you, call the church office at (315) 487-8521 or email us at fccuccoffice@gmail.com. 

Our office hours are Monday-Wednesday from 9AM until 1PM; please call the office to make an appointment with me. Our email is checked daily.

The Menu on the left contains links to various aspects of our ministries and church activities. 

We hope you'll check this website out and invite you to do two things: one, call us at (315) 487-8521 with any questions you have regarding our faith family, and two, come and see us!

No matter who you are, and no matter where you are on your faith journey, you are welcome here.

Blessings and Peace--

Rev. Gary E. Ferner