Current Sermon Series
LORD of the Psalms
July 19 – September 6
The Book of Psalms is often referred to as the prayer and praise book of the Bible. Many of the Psalms are attributed to King David, who was a man who loved the things that God loved, was concerned about the things that God was concerned about and hated the things that God hated.
In the Psalms, we get to observe David’s intimate relationship with God, revealing a man who is vulnerable and in touch with his emotions as he navigates through the seasons of life and understands how to invite God into those seasons with him.
For the next eight weeks, we're going to be following King David’s lead as he introduces us to a God who wants us to be honest with Him and express how we feel—no matter what that might be. King David will be our Spiritual Director, teaching us how to lead a healthy spiritual life as we face the daily challenges thrown our way. We will experience what it means to navigate through life willingly submitting to the LORD of the Psalms.
Sermon Series Schedule
July 19 | Pastor Aaron Williams, Adult Discipleship | “Living a Blessed Life” | Psalm 1
July 26 | Pastor Aaron Williams, Adult Discipleship | “Is God Messing with You?“ | Psalm 51
August 2 | Pastor Aaron Williams, Adult Discipleship | “Taste Testers Wanted” | Psalm 34
August 9 | Pastor Aaron Williams, Adult Discipleship | “Praise in a Dry Season” | Psalm 63
August 16 | Pastor Aaron Williams, Adult Discipleship | “Declaration of Dependence” | Psalm 86
August 23 | David Gardner, Director of Worship | “Praise God the King” | Psalm 96
August 30 | Pastor Aaron Williams, Adult Discipleship | “The Therapy of Praise” | Psalm 42
September 6 | Senior Pastor George Hinman | “The Mindfulness of God” | Psalm 8
Devotions, study guides, classes and more at upc.org/psalms.
Sunday Worship Times
Traditional Services8:30am Livestream Only
Come and enjoy singing your favorite hymns, with music led by choir and pipe organ. Our 70-voice Cathedral Choir sings most Sundays September through June. Other music groups occasionally participate, such as our brass ensemble, woodwind group and string ensemble. Our Reuter pipe organ with 4 manuals and 70 stops (93 ranks) adds a magnificent dimension to our traditional worship services.
Contemporary Services10am Livestream Only
Experience our contemporary services that incorporate current worship music and a more relaxed style. Our contemporary worship team uses guitars, bass, drums, and the synthesizers to support the vocal ensemble who lead us in worship.
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8:30am & 10am
Larson Fellowship (Canceled For Now)
Between morning services and after the 5pm service, join us in Larson Hall for food and a time for fellowship. This is a long-standing tradition at UPC. If you still feel new to UPC or you're visiting with us for the first time, it's a great place to meet people! There is no meal following the 11:45am service, so come early and join us just before the service.
Family Programs (Canceled for now)Kids Youth
Families are always welcome to worship together in the Sanctuary. The service can also be viewed on closed-circuit TV in Knox Family Room, just outside the Sanctuary.
Programs for Children (Canceled for now)
Age-related classrooms are on the second and third floors of the building. If you're new or visiting with us, stop by the Connect table in the foyer (narthex) for more information, and be sure to visit upc.org/kids.
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Listen at 10am and 7:55pm
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