At University Presbyterian Church in Seattle, we've been blessed with an abundance of gifted teachers on our pastoral staff and in our community. From Bible studies to topical classes, you're sure to find something that will help you learn and grow in your faith.
Sundays: Voices From the Field
Sundays, 10am, Calvin Lounge
Hear incredible stories of God at work in the lives of our local and global missionaries currently in the field. Check back soon for a full list of upcoming speakers.
+ August 6: Rev. Bin Qian, one of the pastors of Evangelical Chinese Church, will share what God is doing among the Chinese residing in Moscow, Russia.
+ August 13: Joseph Li, part of the Returnees Team to China. Come hear the report on their visit to East Asia from a team that works with UW international scholars and students.
+ August 20: Barb and Jerry Janecek, Africa. “Building the Body of Christ Thru Love and Education” Jerry and Barbara Janacek will share their experiences in equipping others to spread the Gospel in Kenya and Tanzania through their ministry with the Rafiki Foundation, a non-profit Christian organization.
+ August 27: Miriam Adeney, Indonesia and Malaysia. The biggest Muslim country in the world--with 30 million Christians, and with others who identify simply as Jesus' followers. This is Indonesia. What can we learn from these people across the Pacific? How can we enter into global realities more wisely? Serve Muslims better? Pray more robustly? Witness to the gospel more articulately and contextually?
+ September 3: Break for Labor Day Weekend
+ September 10: Bob Davies, Kairos Jail Ministry. “I was in prison and you came to visit me.” (Matt. 25:36). Come and hear about the powerful work God is doing in local prisons—and find out if He is inviting you to join this exciting ministry! Presented by several UPC members, plus a former prisoner whose life was radically changed.
Wednesday Evening Classes
There's something for everyone on Wednesday Evenings at UPC! Learn more and plan to join us.
Journey to the Tangible Kingdom
After his resurrection, Jesus "showed up" among his disciples and set before them this mission: "As the Father has sent me, I am now sending you" (John 20:21). The Father sent Jesus: mission accomplished. Jesus sends his church: mission in process. Jesus is sending us, his Church, into the world as an "incarnational community." What does that mean? It means living on mission together—engaging the lives of our neighbors in ways that make God’s Kingdom of love and hope tangible. That's the adventure of following Jesus that we get to live. Becoming an incarnational community is the focus of this new five-episode online curriculum at your own pace, with your small group, big group, or on your own. Intrigued? Join in. Take the Journey...
UPC Class Media Archives
If you're interested in catching up on a previous class, studying on your own, or leading your group through a class, check out the Previous Class Media.