Worship

You Are Invited

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  • We worship every Sunday at 10:45am.
  • We lift up music from every genre – hymns, gospel, praise, classical, and more.
  • We invite everyone to worship freely – dancing, singing, listening, praying, and celebrating as the Spirit leads.
  • We gather around the Lord’s Table and celebrate communion, made one by Jesus.
  • We guide our children deeper into their lives of faith each Sunday through Children’s Church and other special activities.

Worship With Us

9:30 am

Outdoor gathering on our lawn (weather permitting). Please bring a lawn chair and gather for worship and communion on our physical campus. Masks and physical distancing are required.

10:45 am

Worship with us in person or online through Facebook and YouTube. In-person worship does require an RSVP. Our worship grounds us in God's love through music by our praise team and choir, a message, prayer, and communion.

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Our Vision for Worship

Multicultural

Our worship is moving into an embrace of what God is doing all over the world in many languages, rhythms, and creativity. Diversity is Divine. The church God is calling us to be is not bound to one tradition or cultural expression of beauty. Sing unto the Lord a new song.

Surprise

If you miss a Sunday at University, you might miss something special. Our congregation and visitors should come in with an expectation to be moved in surprising ways – through the use of art, music, enthusiasm, and compassion. Sometimes, the surprise is a generous welcome or a renewed invitation. Other times, our senses might be impacted or take us beyond the sanctuary.

Accessibility

Seeking to be a community of biblical welcome, we gather together with a sense of radical hospitality, weaving multiple generations in worship, helping guests feel at home, teaching those who are new, and never letting someone leave with an empty stomach. We always ask – how can worship be meaningful and accessible?

Authenticity

University Christian Church will be ourselves – imperfect, messy, hopeful, hurting, joyful, bitter, triumphant, grieving, excited, confused, and curious. How can we be real and true to who we are and where we are through worship? How do we make room for questions and uncertainties that come with this journey of faith?

An Open Table

In worship, we gather to celebrate God’s grace for us through Jesus Christ at the table. Worship should move us to engaging and sharing in this moment of intersection of God’s love in our lives. How can we make more room around the Lord’s table?

Question about our worship services or music ministry?