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Next Door

Joining Jesus in his mission to reconcile all people.

 

UPC has always been a church with a vision to live out Christ’s love in the places where we live, study, work, and play. As the culture around us shifts, how do we engage with it? God is bringing the world to our doorstep and we have a unique opportunity to share the Gospel with people of all ages, generations, and ethnicities.

 

Our vision:

Joining Jesus in his mission to reconcile all people.

Who We Are

We are a family of communities joining Jesus to transform our lives and the lives of our neighbors at the University of Washington, in our neighborhoods, and all around the world. 

Where Do We Begin? 

With Jesus. And prayer. And with honest reflection on our own experiences of: neighborhood, circles, and family.

 

Neighborhood… 

What’s my neighborhood? It’s either the community where I live, study, work, or play, or where Jesus is calling me to join him.

Circles… 

Who are some friends who could join me on mission in that neighborhood? What would it look like for our circle to start doing life together on mission with Jesus?

Family… 

What would it mean for us to start living like family with the neighbors in that neighborhood? What tensions would it create? How would our lives have to change?

 

Next Door Vision Book

Still curious? Check out our Next Door Vision Book to learn more about UPC's new vision, mission, and core values.


 

 

Introductory Sermon Series

From Sunday, March 10–April 21

Check out this video to learn more about the Next Door series!

Next Door from University Presbyterian Church on Vimeo.

Resources

For Personal or Group Study

Find sermon links and a study guide for your personal or small group study time at the Resources page:

Resources Page

 

Become an Early Adopter

Changes around our new vision won’t come until the fall. But if the vision is resonating with you and you’d like to help, please take a moment and sign up below. You'll be the first to know about opportunities to prepare over the spring and summer.

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