Students meet to discuss issues of faith every Tuesday night at 7 pm at Rohs St Cafe. Throughout the year we also offer students plenty of opportunities to get involved and meet other students. To learn more, email Aaron Hatton.
We believe family is one of the best places where hearts belong and spirits grow. So to support families in their important work, we create opportunities for kids and families to grow through Sunday morning programs, mid-week events, and just doing life together. To volunteer with our kids’ programs, or find out more about the ways we serve kids and families, contact Shannon Sanker.
Engagement with the Poor
UCC seeks to live out Christ's call to care for those in need by partnering with organizations that care for the poor directly and that seek to root-out the causes of systemic poverty. City Gospel Mission, Woven139 and AMOS are just a few of these organizations so whether you are interested in tutoring a student in need, ministering to those caught within human trafficking or engaging in conversations with others regarding social justice we invite you to respond to this call. To learn more email Nathan Smith.
If you or someone you know is sick, had a death in the family, just welcomed a new baby or has another need for meals or support, contact email@example.com
Our church and cafe have a close relationship with coffee farmers in the Guatemalan village of Santa Maria de Jesus. Several graduates from UCC have worked there long-term and we also take a team each Spring to work with indigenous leaders there. To get involved, email Anthony Jones.
Rohs Street Cafe
Our not-for-profit cafe provides a community space for gathering and supports coffee farmers in Guatemala through our connections with La Armonia Hermosa, a coffee co-op. Want to volunteer? Serve coffee? Help with marketing? Email Keaton Neely.
UCC believes that Sunday morning worship is only part of the picture. Mid-week groups in the forms of Bible studies, prayer groups and Community Meals provide an opportunity for deeper relationships and are open to everyone. These groups are held at various times and locations throughout the city. To receive more information contact Anthony Jones.
Sunday Hospitality and Worship
It takes approximately 15 volunteers to make Sunday services happen at UCC. We have a team of gifted and dedicated artists, ushers, technicians, greeters and coffee servers who all do their part to create a welcoming, worshipful atmosphere. To get involved on Sunday mornings, email Nathan Smith.