You Matter To God
You matter to us
During the coronavirus crisis, our normal worship times below are no longer applicable. We are worshiping online now. Click the icon below for ONLINE SUNDAY SCHOOL & WORSHIP.
Note: Weekly broadcast of Sunday School and Sunday Worship will be published each Sunday morning at 9:00am. Archived videos are available at any time.
Re-Start for On-Site,
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- We will not be starting in-person worship on August 16. The Audio/Visual renovation in the Sanctuary is going well, but we can now project that it will not be finished by the 16th.
- We plan a “soft” start on August 30, opening the in-person experience to members of the Worship Committee and of the Church Council as well as their families. This will give us opportunity to check out our safety procedures and new AV equipment. We will still offer the on-line worship experience.
- On September 6 we will have One Worship at 10:30 am, offered as in-person or live streaming. We hope to share Holy Communion and we plan to include a Remembrance time for those who have died over the past 5 months of the pandemic.
- September 13 will also be a One Worship service via in-person or live streaming. This will be our Confirmation Sunday.
- September 20, we hope to return to two worship times, both in-person and live streaming.
Join us for either of Union’s two worship services on Sunday. Click the button below to see what Sunday is like.
Grow your relationship with Christ and others through one of Union’s many ministries. Click the button below to see which ministry is right for you.
Combine your spiritual gifts with a need in the local or global community. Click the link below to see where you can serve.
We Love all people
There are three rules Jesus was very clear about, and these three override all others:
a) Love God with all you are and have.
(Mt 22:37-40; Lk 10:27)
b) Love your neighbor as yourself.
(Mt. 25:31-41, Lk. 10:25-37)
c) Love one another as I have loved you.
(Jn 13:34, 1 Jn 3:23)
We err on the side of grace and inclusion rather than on the side of exclusion and judgment, and we put our energy into helping others find healing, hope and salvation in Christ, rather than distressing ourselves over their qualifications..