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.
Upcoming Sunday Classes
Tax Update Class
Sunday, March 12 at 11:30am in Geneva B
UPC's Financial Coaching Ministry is providing a tax update class. Learn about tax changes impacting your 2016 federal tax filing and get a preview of potential individual tax changes on the horizon, which is a stated priority for the new administration.
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Calvin Lounge, Sundays at 10am, led by Pete & Helen Andersen (Regent College Grads)
Reconciliation, is it possible? Yes, if we put the ‘law’ in its place and understand the fulfillment of the Covenant. Join us as we explore the intriguing book of Romans, and discover its relevance.
Gospel Fluency: Knowing, Living, and Sharing
January 22nd - February 26, Geneva, Sundays at 11:30am. No class February 19. Class in Geneva A only January 29.
Various ministry leaders in UPC will lead each Sunday morning session using the Gospel Primer during this intergenerational event. Our hope by doing this together as a church across various ages, ministries, and other backgrounds, is to move together toward greater fluency (as opposed to just literacy). Fluency will allow the gospel of Jesus to flow through us to others.
66 Books Class Feedback
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How Do We Forgive, The Pathway to Forgiveness
Although these classes have ended, you can still listen to the Belton's incredible story of forgiveness here:
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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..