Sundays at UPC

O magnify the LORD with me, and let us exalt his name together. Psalm 34:3

When we worship God together, we are realigned to his mission and purpose in this world. We are reminded of his love, power, justice, and grace, and are equipped to live authentic lives of worship. Worship is rehearsal for life. Come, let us exalt his name together.

Be sure to check back for changing service times with the holidays, and upcoming Sunday opportunities!

If you didn't get a chance to hear Pastor Emeritus Earl Palmer preach these past two Sundays, or if you want to re-listen to them, click here for our sermon videos.


Lenten Sermon Series


March 5 - April 16

KiNDRED: The Multi-Ethnic Family in the Tempest of Jonah

Jonah is a prophet for our times. At its core Jonah is not a story about a fish; it’s a story about the irresistable tug towards tribalism. We’re as divided as we’ve ever been. I have ‘my people.’ You have yours. We might wish it were different, might think we could change it, but history suggests otherwise. The story of Jonah is the story of God’s great opposition to our ethnic divisions and an invitation to let God do what we by ourselves cannot: Be one family. Together. Jonah is Israel’s divinely inspired self-critique of it’s own exceptionalism and ethnocentricity. The book points us to a new set of resources for reconciliation rooted in the mercy and love of God. It is the church’s calling to employ these resources today in expressions of multi-ethnic communities who--empowered by the Holy Spirit--give witness together to the goodness of Jesus and the coming new age.


Traditional services

 8:30am and 11:45am
Both services feature the UPC Cathedral Choir, Choral Ensemble, and pipe organ with traditional hymns.

Contemporary services

10am & 5pm
Come as you are and experience our contemporary services that incorporate current worship music and a more relaxed style.

Radio Church 

Services are broadcast on the radio on Seattle's KCIS 630AM and on Sundays at 10am and 7:55pm.

The services last approximately 60–70 minutes.

Larson Fellowship

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.

Children Programs

Newborn–Grade 5: 8:30 & 10am, 5pm
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 for 8:30 & 10am. Hearing assist headsets are available in the lobby.