Welcome home! We are so excited to welcome you to the UPC Family.
Here are some links and information that may be helpful as you formally begin your membership here.
Stewardship & Giving
Staff & Leadership
As a UPC member, we encourage you to connect with one or more groups – a place where you will be known. Here are a few suggestions to get you started:
Small Groups – These co-ed groups gather on a weekly or bi-weekly basis for conversation and fellowship. Small group enrollment takes place in January and August.
Sunday School Class – On Sunday mornings during the program year (Sept.-May), we offer several classes for adults! Current offerings are a Bible study class (Crossroads), a Contemplative class (Stillwaters), and a rotating class that focuses on different themes.
Presbyterian Women – Groups of UPC women gather once a month to fellowship and study together. New members are always welcome!
Men’s Breakfast – Twice a month during the program year (Sept.-May), a group of men come together for breakfast and to learn from one another. The topics vary, but are always interesting!
Chancel Choir – This group of musicians rehearses weekly and leads in worship at the 11:00 service.
Staff and Leadership
Our staff coordinate, lead, and support the ministries of UPC alongside our leadership bodies and committees. For the full list of our staff, visit our Staff page.
Our pastoral staff also offer care to individuals and families in times of need. To share a concern or prayer request, visit our Pastoral Care page
The Session is the governing body of University Presbyterian Church. It oversees all the committees and serves as the church’s representative and voice in Presbytery and denominational discussions. Session members are ordained lay leaders elected to three year terms. Visit our Leadership page to see our current Session members.
The Deacons provide a pastoral and caring presence through ministries such as visitation, receptions for memorial services, meal trains, and more. Each deacon serves as the point of contact for neighborhoods within our congregation. Deacons are ordained lay leaders elected to three year terms. Visit our Leadership page to see our current Deacons.
Committees and Teams
Committees are standing groups that offer leadership and support in various aspects of our church life; Teams are less formal groups created to focus on particular ministries.