Here at UPC, 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.
Isaiah: The Book for All Time
Sunday, Jan. 7–Mar. 25, 2018, 10am, Calvin Lounge
Dare to plumb the depths of Isaiah, the prophet who will connect you with your purpose, your Creator, your world, your daily life, and inspire you with a new understanding of what it means to follow Jesus. Join us for an exciting journey of discovering the themes of Isaiah.
Financial Foundations Class for Young Adults
Living Faithfully with America’s Past
Sundays, Jan. 21-Feb. 11, 10am, Geneva
January 21: Handling America’s Past with Care
Prof. Robert Tracy McKenzie, Chair, Wheaton College History Department, and author of The First Thanksgiving: What the Real Story Tells Us About Loving God and Learning From History
January 28: Providence and Our American Story
Rev. Earl Palmer, UPC Pastor Emeritus, interviewed by David Brenner
February 4: Religious Liberty Across American History
Dr. Beth Schweiger, formerly Professor of Southern History, Univ. of Arkansas; Dr. Mark Smith, Prof. of Political Science, UW, and author of Secular Faith: How Culture Has Trumped Religion in American Politics
February 11: Whose Story? Christian America and the Kingdom of God
Pastor Aaron Williams, Pastor for Adult Discipleship
Sponsored by the Embrace UW Dinner Community and Adult Discipleship
In it for The Long Haul: When Mental Illness Strikes a Family of Faith
Practical Tools for Family Caregivers & Friends
Sunday, Feb. 25, 10–11:30am, Geneva A
One in five Americans is living with a mental illness and these disorders touch most of our families. This is an informational and strategic planning class for Christian family caregivers and friends of people living with mental illness. Together, we'll examine a Biblical perspective of mental illness and caregiving. Presented by David Zucker, UPC’s Mental Health Advocate and Marcia Crivello & Karen Greenwalt, UPC Parish Nurses
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... Access the Class
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.