Wednesday Evenings

There is something for everyone at UPC on Wednesday nights. Be enriched by programs for elementary, youth, and adults. This is a dynamic place where community members connect and grow in faith. Kids and youth participate in groups designed for their unique needs, and adults choose from a variety of class selections. Sometimes we gather to hear engaging speakers; other times we'll enjoy focused conversations about what it means to follow Jesus more intentionally, to pray, and to study scripture.

Elementary Age Children

Grades 1–5

Wednesdays, 7–8:30pm
Oct. 5–Dec. 2, Jan. 18–May 3

Families, join us for fellowship, worship, and serve together during our intergenerational Wednesday night programming. Register your child and find a fit for your gifts (parents/guardians will choose from a variety of program service roles). Learn more about Children's Ministry at UPC.

Register in person on a Wednesday night, or return this registration form to Debbie.
Cost is $50 for entire year, scholarships are available.
Contact: Debbie, 206.524.7301 x 377


Wednesday Rock for Grades 6–8

7–8:30pm, Geneva

Join us in authentic community where we explore what it means to love God and love others. Learn more about what UPC has for youth.

Wednesday Edge for Grades 9–12

7–8:45pm, Calvin Lounge

Join us in authentic community where we explore what it means to love God and love others. Learn more about what UPC has for youth.




Old Testament— How is This Even Relevant?

Wednesdays, 7pm, Sanctuary
How is an ancient collection of stories and oracles relevant to our questions about purpose, vocation and priorities? Join us for 3 consecutive Wednesday evenings of teaching and small group discovery to (re)discover the God who engages us in the history, wisdom and prophetic writings of the Old Testament. Following the Old Testament Study, we'll walk through a similar study in the New Testament in November. See the classes page for more details!

Right, Wrong, and Artificial Intelligence, What's at Stake?

October 18 & 26, 7–8:30pm
At University Presbyterian Church and Union Church

Intelligent computers and robots are coming, with much of the development work happening right in our neighborhoods at the University of Washington, in South Lake Union, and in Redmond. How will these machines be involved in our lives? How will they “learn” right from wrong in different situations, and whose values will provide the basis for that learning? See the classes page for more details!

Parenting with Strengths

Wednesdays, 7–8:30pm, Knox Parlor
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.


Serving with the Hospitality Team

Help host and serve on Wednesdays to make these evenings a warm and welcoming time for our UPC family. Contact Kate for more information.