Together Bearing Fruit That Will Last - Faith is a family affair
In this past Sunday's Reflection on Stewardship, Deacon Brian Lange celebrates how experiences and friendships forged at University Presbyterian Church have influenced him, his wife Stacey, and children Colby, Campbell, and Carter.  
Brian expresses how the congregational family at UPC has become a true part of their extended family since their move from Philadelphia seven years ago. Stacey's leadership at  Vacation Bible School, Brian's role as a Deacon and Sunday School teacher, and all the programs in which the three children   have participated demonstrate why  they feel blessed and feel at home in this congregation.  During a time when families are being pulled in many different directions, Brian cites UPC as a place where kids  are " able to learn, ask questions, grow their faith, and mature as Christians in a safe, nurturing environment." We invite you to listen to Brian's reflection by clicking the link below.
This year’s stewardship theme,  Together bearing fruit that will last , is rooted in the words from John 15:16:
To learn more about this year’s Stewardship Campaign, please chat with one of the Stewardship Committee members listed below or
With deepest thanks for your prayerful consideration,

UPC 2019 Stewardship Committee:

Perry Aycock, Don Hunter, Jay Klompmaker, Daphne Little, Nancy Oates, Kelli Smith, Scott Smith, Jenni Soccorso, Brian Vandersea, Karen Vandersea, Hank Waters, Ashley Wilson and John Wilson