Learning Together

At Countryside Community Church, we believe that growing in our faith is a lifelong process.

Our educational programs start with creative play during the nursery years and extend through Countryside Youth (CoYo) for teens and the Center for Faith Studies where adults explore what it means to be a part of the community of people through whom God is experienced.

Knowledge seekers at every stage of life will find meaningful ways to challenge themselves to achieve a better understanding of God’s love at work in the world and their own spirituality.


Join Dr. Cynthia Lindenmeyer of Sacred Activism, Preston Love Jr. of 4URBAN.org and Filmmaker Nick Beaulieu for a Panel Discussion on Hidden Bias on Sunday, March 14 at 7 PM. The Zoom event is free for all and the link can be found at countrysideucc.org/calendar.

The hour long special, “Hidden Bias of Good People,” is hosted by Bryant T. Marks, Ph.D., founder and chief equity officer of the National Training Institute on Race and Equity will air Monday, March 8 at 8 PM. The program will re-air Saturday, March 13, at 11:00 p.m.  This is an interactive and conversational program with a goal of helping viewers understand the unconscious bias we all carry based on our upbringings and environments. Implicit, or unconscious, bias refers to attitudes and beliefs that occur outside of our conscious awareness and control.