UPC values, appreciates, and respects women. If you’re willing to put yourself out there and get plugged in, we believe you’ll be glad you did. Hundreds of women call UPC their church home and find it to be a place where they have been able to make friends, use their talents and abilities to serve, and experience the joy of spiritual growth. Below are some ways women are able to connect and grow spiritually at UPC.
Ways to CONNECT
Are you interested in fellowship with other moms of preschoolers and babies during the week? If so, this is the group for you! We meet weekly at various kid and baby-friendly parks on Tuesday mornings at 10:00 a.m. Even if your baby can't take full advantage of parks yet, come for the company!
Spring Break Away Retreat - dates and details coming soon!
Ways to GROW
At UPC, one of our core values is genuine community. One of the best ways to experience this at UPC is to join one of our Life Groups. These groups are UPC’s primary means of shepherding our membership and building genuine community. Many of our groups are a mixture of singles and married couples. We've designed them to be a place for anybody to find the genuine community we all long for. To join a group, fill out an online registration form. You can also visit our Group Finder to contact a Community Group leader in your part of town.
The Gathering happens each Sunday at 9:00am in the Education Annex. Here’s the menu of choices for adults during the fall of 2018:
Room 1: Parent Community for parents of kids in Grade 5 and younger
Room 2: Prayer Community for all interested in praying for our ministries, worship service, staff, and congregation
Room 3: Parent Community for parents of kids in Grade 6 and older
Room 4: Mobilize (a 7-week class for anyone interested in discipling others, begins September 9)
WANT TO HELP SOMEONE GROW IN CHRIST?
We are offering “Mobilize,” a 7-week training class that will equip you to disciple others. To disciple someone at UPC means to meet with and share your life with another person of the same gender, for the purpose of helping that person grow in spiritual maturity. It’s an intentional, life-on-life relationship designed to prepare the disciple to disciple others. You will learn how to use materials approved by UPC to discover where a person is spiritually and to help that person move along in his or her spiritual journey. Perhaps the greatest benefit of discipling another person is that YOU will grow spiritually! To experience Mobilize, join us in the Annex, Room 4, beginning September 9 at 9:00am.
Three different Bible studies will be offered this fall, starting September 5 with a Fall Kick Off.
Parenting by Paul Tripp
Led by Hanna Adams, Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m.
Paul's Prison Epistles
Led by Mary Carole Hall, Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m.
Early Risers Bible Study
Led by Sheri Penman, starting Aug 23 from 6:15-7:20 a.m.