Parenting. It's a high calling to raise the next generation, and it's not always an easy one. That's why we're here to walk with you through the highs and lows. There's something for every parent at UPC. Don't see something that works for you? Contact us.
Parents Fall 2017
Parenting with Strengths
October 11, 18, and 25
Using Biblical texts interwoven with the StrengthsFinder assessment and materials, we’ll explore a theology of parenting asking, “How can we be the parents that we were created to be using our God-given gifts and strengths?” And consequently, “How might we parent our kids so that they are living into the unique people God created them to be?” RSVP to Marisa.
Parents are the New Youth Pastors
Sundays, October 1–December 3 (more details coming soon), 11:45am-12:45pm, Geneva
Stay tuned for more information about this class for all UPC parents. The goal is to equip parents to be the spiritual leaders and primary models of faith for their kids. Contact: Scott.
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers)
First, third & fifth Tuesdays, October 3, 2017–May 15, 2018, 9:30–11:30am, Geneva
New moms, are you looking for a community to share parenting, marriage, and friendship stories? Come to MOPS! We welcome mothers with a child or children age 0–5 years to build a Christian community together. Don't journey alone, connect with us! Cost: $175, scholarships are available. Contact: Kim S., 206.524.7301 x172. Check out the UPC MOPS Blog.
Selah will not be meeting this year. Want to join other moms with elementary children to build a Christian community? At Selah, we will learn to be better parents, spouses, and friends. Kim S., 206.524.7301, x 172
SAGE: A FAMILY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY
Encourage an expectant mother by bringing her family a few meals. If you want to help out a new mom or refer a new mom, contact us! Contact: Sage Ministries
First Sundays, 8:30am, Room 380
If you have a child with a special need—medical, behavioral, diagnosed, early signs, temporary or lifelong—please join us in prayer on these children's behalf. Contacts: Tracy & Julie
PARENTS OF STRUGGLING ADOLESCENTS
Wednesdays, 7–8:30pm, Rainier Conference Room
Rainier House is located at 4714 15th Ave NE.
For parents who are challenged by a struggling adolescent or young adult. Contacts: Pete & Helen, 206.729.1706 Check out the PSA Blog.
Find a Small Group
Being an active part of a small group is one of the best ways to grow in Christ with the support of fellow believers, and to get connected with others at UPC. Groups usually have 5–12 members and meet in group members' homes to study God's Word, apply it to life, have fellowship, pray for each other and serve the Seattle community. Find an open small group online. Contact: Brandon.