Adult Spiritual Growth Groups

Community and connection are vital for spiritual growth.

We have groups for:

Men’s Groups

Men’s Breakfast

1st & 3rd Mondays, 7 am
Terrace Room

Our Men’s Breakfast offers a time of fellowship and conversation at 7:00 am on the first and third Mondays of the month, Sept-May. This gathering is a great opportunity to get to know other men in our congregation and learn together. Each session consists of breakfast, followed by a presentation and discussion – the topics vary, but are always interesting!

If you are interested in joining this group, email Dan Redwine ( to be added to the email list.

Women’s Groups

Presbyterian Women

Meeting times vary

Are you interested in getting to know other Presbyterian women who meet for fellowship and study? Presbyterian Women offers monthly circle gatherings that meet September-May, with both morning and evening options. All women are welcome! To learn more, click here.

Co-Ed Groups

Small Groups

Meeting times vary

A ministry that started during the pandemic, small groups are groups of approximately 12-15 people who gather on a weekly or bi-weekly basis for conversation and fellowship. Conversations are structured around that week’s sermon. If you’re interested in joining a small group, email Meg.

Young Adults

Our Young Adult ministry is geared toward young professionals, offering opportunities for community and connection in the years after college. The group meets twice a month for Bible study. For the current schedule, email Berry French.

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Special Interest Groups

Knitting Group

Monday Afternoons
beginning Jan. 29, 2024

Join us as we start a new Community Knitting Group at UPC! All ages and stages are welcome. From brand-new knitters who have never knit before, to those who want to increase their skills or finish long-ago-started projects. Possible projects include prayer shawls or blankets for UPC members and friends in the hospital; preemie hats for the NICU; or any other projects that let us be an example of how the creative act of knitting can also be a way to care for the community in larger, sacred ways. Join us, with knitting instructor Marsha Krzyzewski, as we embark on this knitting adventure! Meetings will be on Mondays, 1-2:30 in Dunham Hall, beginning January 29. For more information, contact Hadley Kifner.

Grief Support Group

6-week group
annually in January/February

We offer a periodic grief support group, a gentle time of reflecting, expressing, and healing with others on a similar journey. Many times, the group bonds and continues to keep in touch and get together even after the “official” ending. Contact Hadley Kifner to find out more.