Our Current Sermon Series
The Character of the Jesus Culture
If you follow Jesus, you're a part of a movement. You're in with others. The movement of Jesus is about the people. Jesus invites us individually but deploys us corporately. House by house, Luke tells us, the Lord added to their number those who were being saved (Acts 2:46-47). It wasn't about the buildings; it was about the people. The biblical word for 'house' (oikos) meant family. Jesus added to their numbers when his followers lived like his family with one another and with their neighbors. The movement wasn't defined by their ideas or rules but by the way they lived together, by the way that Jesus lived in their shared life. The book of Acts invites us to stop just coming to church and to start being the church. Summer in Seattle offers a wonderful opportunity: Our neighbors are coming out of their houses. Will we welcome them into his? If we do, maybe they'll say what the Greeks said, “These people who have been turning the world upside down have come here also…" (Acts 17:6).
Join us this Sunday
This service features the UPC Cathedral Choir, Choral Ensemble, and pipe organ with traditional hymns.
10:30am & 5pm
Come as you are and experience our contemporary services that incorporate current worship music and a more relaxed style.
UPC services are broadcast on the radio on Seattle's KCIS 630AM and kcisradio.com on Sundays at 10am and 7:55pm.
Following the services, join us in Larson Hall for food and a time for fellowship.
Families are always welcome to worship together in the Sanctuary. The service can also be viewed on closed-circuit TV in Knox Parlor, just outside the Sanctuary.
Programs for Children
Newborn–Grade 5: 9am, and 10:30am.
Age-related classrooms are on the second and third floor of the building.
NEED ASSISTANCE? ASK AN USHER.
Large print orders of worship are available for all services, and Braille is available for 9am and 10:30am services. Hearing assist headsets are available in the lobby.