In Thanks for Sunday’s Beloved Community/MLK, Jr. Service of Worship
Many thanks to UPC members and guests for January 18th’s
New Adult Small Group Study, “Embracing the Prophets”
What was the message of the prophets in their time/place? What is their message for today? What can we do to reclaim the messages of justice, nonviolence, and hope?
A La Carte: News and Needs from UPC’s Food Pantry
Food Pantry needs Volunteers and Vegetables
“A Cry in the Darkness”
Samuel was an unlikely prophet, just a child. But injustice will not wait until morning. Injustice should cause us to ask, “Whose voice is calling my name?”
“No Longer Hidden”
Do we allow God to wash us with grace & freedom? Do we allow ourselves to be washed in God’s love so that we might have love, justice, & freedom to offer to others?
“To Travel By Night”
Beyond the walls of the manger, there is weeping. Where the good news of God’s justice and peace is shut down by our hunger for power, there is weeping.
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Phone: (205) 758-5422
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Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m
9:45 - Sunday School
11:00 - Church Service
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