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About us

As we journey together under the banner of "Rejoice! Renew! Reach Out!" we envision a church that not only experiences the richness of God's love but also actively shares that love with the world.

Rejoice!

Our worship services are uplifting celebrations, filled with fellowship, scripture, music, and prayer to express gratitude for the grace we've received as brothers and sisters in Christ. As a community, we rejoice in the presence of God, fostering an atmosphere where love, hope, and joy overflow. 

Renew!

We aspire to be a place of spiritual renewal—a sanctuary where individuals encounter the transformative power of faith. Through dynamic faith formation programs and Bible studies, we seek to deepen our understanding of God's Word, empowering each member to grow spiritually.

Reach Out!

As followers of Christ, we are called to extend our arms in love and compassion to those around us. We embody a church that actively engages with the community to address both spiritual and practical needs, extending the love of Christ to the world and demonstrating His transformative power.

Together, these elements form the foundation of a vibrant and purposeful community at HCC.

Our Story

With roots firmly planted in the soil of tradition and innovation, HCC boasts a rare and distinctive combination that sets it apart from other faith communities. HCC holds dual-denominational standing, affiliated with the American Baptist Church USA and the United Church of Christ. The foundation laid by the pioneers of HCC reflects a deep commitment to theological inclusivity and a vibrant expression of faith. This rare amalgamation not only sustains our present but also propels us into the future with strength and resilience. As we honor our storied past, HCC remains resolute in building upon this strong foundation, ensuring that our journey continues to be one of relevance, inspiration, and unwavering devotion, poised for a future marked by the enduring values that define us.

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The Emanuel Reformed Church was built and all services were held in German until 1909.

Haskins Federated Church came into being when the Baptist Church and the Evangelical and Reformed Church of Haskins joined together to become a single church.

The Presbyterian Church of Haskins disbanded and members joined Haskins Federated Church.

The E&R Church merged with the Congregational Christian Church to form the UCC

The Reformed Church merged with the Evangelical Church to form the E&R Church

The Baptist Church of Haskins was organized. At that time, it was incorporated as a religious organization named “Regular Baptist Church of Haskins”.

While keeping our dual denominational affiliations, Haskins Federated Church was renamed Haskins Community Church.

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The new steeple is debuted in 1910.

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Our Team

Haskins Community Church has a dedicated and passionate team, bringing extensive experience across various ministry realms. Don't hesitate to contact us with your questions or concerns – we're eager to engage with you!

Jennifer Jackson, Pastor

Reverend Jennifer L. Jackson has served as full time pastor of Haskins Community Church since January of 2006. She earned a Master of Divinity from Winebrenner Theological Seminary in August 2007 with a specialization in Family Ministry and was ordained in the United Church of Christ in May 2008.

Pastor Jenny’s calling began when she in the seventh grade, when she became chapel organist at her home UCC church, and she served in various lay leadership and lay worship positions in high school and college.

She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in piano performance from the University of Toledo and then earned her Masters degree in Choral Conducting from BGSU. Pastor Jenny taught high school music for fifteen years in Northwest Ohio while attending seminary part-time, when she was offered the call to serve as pastor. The Jackson family immediately fell in love with the caring, creative, and missional congregation at HCC.

Pastor Jenny and Mark Jackson have been married since 1998 and are the proud parents of two adult children, Ben and Katie, and two incorrigible Labs, Henry and Walter.

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