Danbury Community Church is a union church located in the small town of Danbury in Stokes County, NC. Started by a small group interested in creating a new church that would combine the former Danbury Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) and the Taylor Memorial Methodist Church (UMC), DCC operates under under a Plan of Union adopted and approved by the PCUSA in 1984, and through by what appears to have been an oversight at the time, by the UMC in 1994. DCC upholds and celebrates the diversity and strength of both denominations.
Pictured here is the Danbury Community Church Chapel, a sacred space welcoming all into God’s presence. Built in the early 1890’s as Danbury Presbyterian Church, and located at 300 N. Main Street in Danbury. Having been unused since COVID in 2019, the Chapel is currently undergoing extensive updates including painting, window repair and replacement, interior deep cleaning and floor refinishing so that it can once again be used for special services, events and other church functions.
is held Sundays at 11am
at our Church building located at 617 N. Main Street in Danbury, the former Taylor Memorial Methodist Church. Parking is available on both sides of the building. A fellowship hall is located below the sanctuary with the entrance on the left (West) side of the church.
As our sign proclaims, “All are Welcome!”
at Danbury Community Church.
Please come as you are!
We have no dress code, so please feel free to come as dressed up as you please, or in jeans if you’d prefer.
We welcome children of all ages in our Sunday services! Each Sunday children (of all ages) are invited to a special Children’s Message during worship.
Our pastor is Lynne Caldwell and she can be reached by email email@example.com