UPC is blessed with the opportunity to host a variety of events throughout the year, open to both the UPC family and community members alike. Take a look at what exciting opportunities are coming up!
Preparing for Lent: Ash Wednesday Service
UW Gospel Choir Concert
March 6, 2017
Winter Quarter Performance | 7:30 PM | University Presbyterian Church Sanctuary
Come enjoy Gospel music from University of Washington's Gospel Choir, directed by Phyllis Byrdwell (Mount Zion Baptist Church music ministry). No tickets or admission cost. For questions, please contact Bob Davies, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winter Prayer Retreat
March 4, 2017
9am-1pm | Calvin Lounge | Doors open 8:30am (Coffee Available)
All who are thirsty for a drink of Living Water are invited to this morning set apart to be with Jesus, our source of life and hope. Simple engaging, exercises involving Scripture, reflection, your own story will help you create and shape your own practice of prayer into a trusting, personal, deepening communion with Jesus, who draws near asking, “What do you want?”
Come as you are, and bring who you are--wherever you’re going, whatever you’re carrying. Come, and prepare to receive from the One who calls you beloved.
Linda and Mark Cutshall bring to this gathering their own desire to drink deeply of Jesus’ living water, receiving his love, and following him in freedom and joy. Both are trained spiritual directors who bring a spirit of listening, teaching and hospitality. Longtime members of Bethany Presbyterian Church, they’re parents of two young adults. They enjoy the beauty of nature, long walks, reading, and belly laughs.
For questions, please contact the prayer retreat team, email@example.com.
Fuller Institute for Theology and Northwest Culture Presents:
February 24-25, 2017
Worship leaders are called to reflect the greatest story - which encompasses every nation, tribe, and tongue. Join us as we explore diversity and design with artists, theologians, pastors, and conversation partners who believe in the power of intentional design and the vision of multi-ethnic worship in Cascadia and beyond. Featuring Makoto Fujimura, Sandra Van Opstal, Zac Hicks, Stephen Newby, and others.
Hosted by University Presbyterian Church and 415 Westlake