The Gospel of John Class
Sundays, April 7–June 30, 10am, Calvin
The Gospel of John – “that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God” (John 20:31). Come and see how the Gospel of John is a witness to Jesus—the living Word—who loves us and has a mission for us. We will explore all that is new life in Jesus: water that recreates, bread for the journey, a people for the lonely, and a mission for that people. Taught by Pete Andersen and Hervey Froehlich.
C. S. Lewis Institute Fellows Program
Registration is open NOW for the 2019-2020 year
The Fellows Program’s unique approach to discipleship focuses on the integration of heart and mind in a small group context and is designed to dramatically alter the trajectory of spiritual growth in order to help Fellows become more like Jesus Christ.
Please go to http://www.cslewisinstitute.org/Fellows_Program or call City Director, Steve Anderson @ 425.328.6027 for more information.
Early Morning Prayer Service (Holy Week)
Wednesday April 17, 6:30am, Calvin Lounge
Come and be led in worship by Ken Sunoo and the Multicultural Worship Team during Holy Week, and stand in solidarity with Korean churches who practice early morning prayer every day.
April 18, 7:30pm, UPC Sanctuary
A communion service commemorating the Last Supper that Jesus had with his disciples. We will gather with members of our Kindred partner churches (University Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Chinese Church, and Damascus International Fellowship) for this special service.
April 19, 7:30pm, Sanctuary
A reflective service remembering Jesus' death on the Cross. Special music by the Cathedral Choir.
Sunday, April 21
A joyous celebration of the resurrection of Jesus. Senior pastor George Hinman will preach at all services.
Sanctuary (traditional) services: 8am, 9:45am, 11:30am
Larson Hall (contemporary) services: 8:30am, 10am
Breakfast at 9
Saturday, April 27, 9am, Geneva
You are invited to enjoy a delicious breakfast and hear how SYM is caring for young people in Seattle at this annual fundraising event. Childcare provided. Please RSVP to Fredrik with your number of guests and children.
Next Door next steps!
The Art of Neighboring
Sundays, 11:30am, April 28–June 23, Geneva
Have you identified your primary neighborhood, but you're not sure what to do next? This seven-week class and book study will equip you to live into our mission to join Jesus to transform our lives and the lives of our neighbors. $15, registration required. Taught by Pastor Aaron Williams. upc.org/classesRegister
Healthy Parents, Healthy Kids
May 1, 7–8:30pm (Parents Only) // May 8 & 15, 7–9pm (Parents, Students Optional)
UPC will be hosting Dr. Tina Sellars to speak with parents and students about sex and dating. Join us for this three-part event as we equip parents and others to have healthier and more intentional conversations. Learn more and register online at upc.org/family.
University Ministries Spring Work Days
Saturdays, May 11, May 18, and June 1, 8:30am–5pm
May 24–27, Lake Retreat
Family Ministries Summer: Registrations Open Now
Camps, Mission Trips, Barbecues and More!
Check out all the amazing activities happening this summer in Family Ministries! All registrations are now open. Visit upc.org/kids for information about children's activities. Visit upc.org/youth for information about youth activities.
Sunday Night Fellowship (& more)
Are you a 20 or 30-something looking for community? Plug in with our Young Adult community. Stay up-to-date on all the exciting events happening soon.
Experience Missions: Sandwich Sundays
First Sundays of the month, 11:30am, Geneva
Experience Missions and join us for fun, laughter, and connection! Make and take brown bag lunches for Street Youth Ministries and our homeless neighbors. Made possible by the generous support of the Deacon Fund. Learn more.
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