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Who We Are

Here we believe that God is love;
and that love is for everyone.

God’s extravagant love changes the world
and moves us to respond in gratitude.

Whoever you are and whoever you are becoming,
you are not only welcome here, but invited
to shape this community with your God-given gifts.

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Facing Racism: A Summer Series

Facing Racism: A Summer Series

Together with the Adult Education Committee, UPC’s Racial Equity Team presents: Facing Racism: An Adult Education Virtual Summer Series Please join us for any or all of these conversations as your summer schedule allows. Registration is required to receive the Zoom...

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Pentecost Picnic (May 23)

Pentecost Picnic (May 23)

Save the date for an outdoor, socially distanced Pentecost Picnic on May 23! We've missed getting to spend time with each other during the pandemic, and this will be a great way to catch up, have fun together, and meet our new members and new staff in person. Date:...

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Vacation Bible School 2021 – Registration Now Open!

Vacation Bible School 2021 – Registration Now Open!

Registration is now open for our 2021 Vacation Bible School! VBS will be June 28-July 1, and at this point we have every intention of being in person at Camp New Hope! Our theme "Hero Central" will help us explore some Bible heroes and ways that we, too, can...

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UPC Racial Equity Team – an update

The Racial Equity Team is pleased that the Session of UPC affirmed our mission statement at their last meeting: As members of University Presbyterian Church, we trust the word of God will guide us as we grow in relationships with one another and our neighbors. We...

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Observing Holy Week and Easter Sunday

Holy Week Prayer Experience (March 28-April 3) During Holy Week, you are invited to help create a visual representation of our Walk to Jerusalem using purple fabric and our loom. We invite you to come by the front porch to tie fabric to the loom, filling in the road,...

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