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.


Mark's Gospel of Action and Passion

Sundays, Apr. 8–Jun. 24, 10am, Calvin Lounge

What is Mark’s good news for us? It’s that God came in person as Jesus and that he is on our side, passionate to save us. This Bible class extends our Lent series with an in-depth look of Mark. Journey with us to learn how this first biography of Jesus can change your lives and enhance your spiritual growth. Led by Pete Andersen & Hervey Froehlich, graduates of Regent College, Vancouver B.C.)

Steadfast Hope: The Quest for a Just Peace in the Holy Land

Sundays, April 29–May 27, 10–11:15am, Geneva A

We'll take an in-depth look at how to promote justice in the Holy Land. We will use the book, Steadfast Hope, as our study guide. $10 per copy. Email Ed to RSVP and to learn more.


Missional Communities

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


Access Previous UPC Classes & Sermons

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 archives.

Previous Class Media

Sermon Archives