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Read the Bible With Us

The Bible is a complex book, and for people new to faith or going deeper, the stories of God and God's people become our guide to living with compassion and grace.

The more we read the Bible, the more we see ourselves and our own story intersecting with God's story.

Beginning September 12, our church has adopted the Narrative Lectionary, a series of readings of scripture that start in Genesis, carry through books of history and prophets, and finish with the Gospel of John. This narrative reading of the Bible helps us discover more of the big story of the Bible. We'll pay attention to the themes of God's generosity and love and see how the Spirit is on the move in our lives in fresh ways.

We welcome you to gather with us as we study scripture together and see what God would speak to us on how to live, how to love, and how to make a difference in our world.

Our worship will center on these stories every Sunday in person and online at 10:45 AM, and you can join us for weekly Bible Study at 7:00 PM in English and 8:30 PM in Korean.

Don't forget to sign up for our email list and get the scripture for each week emailed to you.

You'll find the schedule of scripture readings attached to this post.

(posted September 15, 2021)

Our Response to COVID-19

University Christian Church is standing with our neighbors and working with city, county, state, and federal leaders to do our part to contain the spread of COVID-19 and save lives. This is part of our call to follow Jesus Christ and love our neighbors as ourselves. You can find our full statement on our response as well as resources and information to guide you and your family at our new COVID-19 Information page.

We continue to recommend to follow all CDC guidelines and encourage every church member who is able to get vaccinated, wear masks (especially indoors and crowded places), and utilize social distancing as much as possible.

For worship, we are currently asking in-person attendees to wear masks. Temperature checks are being taken upon entrance into our welcome space. If you are experiencing symptoms or were exposed to someone with symptoms, please stay home and worship virtually.


(posted March 16, 2020)