We need your help to update the photo directory. Please submit a recent photo to be included in the online directory by Sunday, May 5. Don’t have a photo you like? Don’t worry! The Membership Committee is sponsoring “Selfie Sundays” with a photo booth in the Fellowship Hall on Sundays, April 7 and April 28. Stop by to have your picture taken. Or send your
Sunday, March 24 8:30 Middle School DC Service Trip departs 8:30 & 11:00 – Worship Services (Nursery: Room 130/134) 9:30 – Coffee on the Landing 9:45-10:45 – Sunday School for all ages 12:00-1:00 – Seniors Out to Lunch: Meet in Parlor 3:45-4:10 – Children’s Choir: Priscilla D. Bevin Memorial Choir Suite, Sanctuary 4:15-5:30 – Junior Choir: Priscilla D. Bevin Memorial Choir Suite, Sanctuary
The Congregational Life Committee is again sponsoring one more “Seniors Out to Lunch” gathering after the 11:00 worship services on Sunday, March 24. If you consider yourself a “senior’ (ie, you get a discount anywhere), you are included! We will gather in the parlor after worship, and walk to a nearby restaurant for a Dutch treat lunch. Come enjoy some fellowship, food, and fun! Contact
March 24 The Youth Choir (grades 6-12) will not rehearse this Sunday afternoon, March 24. Your next rehearsal is March 31 from 5-6 p.m. Enjoy your break! The Junior Choir (grades 2-6) has an extended rehearsal this Sunday from 4:15-5:30 p.m. and is working on their spring musical, Moses and the Freedom Fanatics. Next Sunday, March 31, the Junior Choir has an extended rehearsal from
No more alarm clocks. No more packed lunches. A chance to do all the things you have wanted to over the years. Retirement is what you’ve long been waiting for. But some-times you long for the way things used to be–a purpose, a routine. During this great change in your life, a Stephen Minister can listen as you transition and plan for your future. Please
March 24, 2019 Voluntary O Lamb of God, innocent – Johann Sebastian Bach Offertory (8:30) O God, Thou Faithful God – Sigfrid Karg-Elert (11:00) Like as the hart – Herbert Howells THIS MORNING’S ORGAN VOLUNTARY celebrates the 333rd birthday of Johann Sebastian Bach, born this past week on March 21st in 1685. Although Bach’s larger-than-life persona has long been deified by his biographers, Bach the
Help is needed for the next few weeks for a sewing project. The project involves sewing straight lines and will be used as a thank you gift for our children’s and youth ministry volunteers. All work can be done on your own time, and it likely will not take too long. Please email May Bryan at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help.
Join us Monday, March 18, at 7:00 p.m. in Vance Barron Hall. After such strong interest in the class about the opioid crisis, we welcome staff and a client of the Horizons program to share more about what they do to help women in recovery and ways UPC can partner with them effectively. Horizons is a substance use disorder treatment program for pregnant and/or parenting