The mission of our Christian Education program is to promote life-long learning
and spiritual growth among all members of the congregation, under the
guidance of the Holy Scriptures, in a safe and caring environment.
Read more about our educational offerings for children, youth, and adults below.
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UPCOMING FAMILY EVENTS
Please join us for World Communion Sunday on Sunday, October 7. We will take time to explain and discuss Communion to the whole family (young and old!). Because the whole family will be participating on this special Sunday, there will be no Sunday School.
Are you interested in serving in our Christian Education program? We have several volunteer opportunities available throughout the year. Please contact Leta Williams, our Director of Christian Education, or Jennifer Cranch, our Christian Education Chair, if you'd like to become involved.
Our children's program is open to children through 5th grade. We offer nursery care during our Sunday morning service for children 0-3 years old and a Sunday School program during the school year for children ages 4 through 5th grade. Children are invited to attend the first part of worship with their families, come up to the chancel for a brief Children's Message, then go upstairs to Sunday School for the remainder of the service.
Each year, the children present a Christmas Program - a retelling of the Christmas Story through drama and music - and help lead worship on Children's Sunday at the end of the year. All are welcome to participate!
The youth program at UCP is open to all 6th-12th graders. Our mission is to join in fellowship with one another, challenge each other as we grow in our faith, and go out and serve the world in Jesus' name. Our Youth Group meets on Sunday after each worship service at 11:30 AM. We hope you'll join us! For more information, please contact Leta Williams.
There are several opportunities for fellowship and spiritual growth throughout the year, including outreach projects, committee work, book clubs, and other social gatherings. To get involved, please contact Rev. Dr. Jimmy Reader.