Monday, July 11, 2022

Join us this Sunday for the continuation of our new worship series, REEL FAITH.
This Sunday's Sermon is focused on the film:
Do You Have Something to Say?

CODA Synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Ruby is the sole hearing member of a deaf family -- a CODA, child of deaf adults. Her life revolves around acting as interpreter for her parents and working on the family's struggling fishing boat every day before school with her father and older brother. Ruby finds herself torn between the obligations she feels to her family and the pursuit of her own dreams.
Welcome back, UCC Youth!
We welcome back our Chi Rho youth group (Grades 6-8) from their service-learning trip in Oklahoma City, OK where they served at a local service agency and a congregation that care for the poor and homeless. We congratulate them on their hard work and are grateful for their safe return. UCC is so proud of you!
UCC at the Morris Family Center
Every Tuesday from now until August 9

We have been invited by our partners at the Presbyterian Night Shelter to help serve dinner at the Morris Family Center this summer. This is a service opportunity for ALL AGES (kids 12 and under must serve with a guardian).
Volunteers need to arrive by 5:15pm for a brief training. Dinner service is from 5:30pm - 6:30pm. 

Check out these amazing photos taken by Rev. Jessica Vacketta of last week's dinner service!
UCC Identity
As the hot summer days begin to wind down and the preparation for fall winds back up, we will be highlighting a core value of UCC each week, as well as our Mission and Vision statements to hopefully offer some inspiration into your lives. Let these be a reminder to you that you are living out Christ's courageous love with us.
This week's core value highlight is Discipleship.
Your Journey Begins with UCC & You
Calling All College Students!
Sunday, July 17
12pm - 2pm
Join us in Room 207
Lunch Provided

Maybe you’re brand-new to UCC. Or perhaps you’ve attended a service here for years and are looking to take the next step. Either way, UCC & You is a can’t-miss, in-person seminar designed to answer your questions, share our vision, and help you plug in. It’s where you’ll learn about UCC’s history, the resources we have to support you, and how you can find the one ministry (or five) that you’re really passionate about.

Register by July 31!

Are you a college student interested in being “adopted” by a UCC family for the 2022-2023 school year?
Receive care packages, encouragement and more during your college journey!

Crowded Table

Here, we exchange our diverse stories and make every effort to support one another.
This group takes seriously the privacy of those who attend, so the date, time, and location of the gathering is provided upon a get-to-know-you phone conversation with our Minister to Students (Alison Fitzgerald) and/or Assistant Chaplain to TCU (Lauren Sierra).

Interested in coming? Reach out via email here so we can set up a time to get to know you!
July Worship
9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m, Sanctuary
with Rev. Dr. Russ Peterman

9:30 a.m, Chapel 
with Rev. Shannon Moore

Informal worship in an acoustic,
coffee house setting.
10:10 a.m, Walker Hall
with Rev. Dr. Russ Peterman.
Live Stream is now available on our website.

Worship with us from home or
on the road every Sunday
for online worship.
Click HERE to stream our services.
An open-hearted church for curious minded people
ONLINE SECURITY REMINDER: Recently a number of local churches have received several reports of members being contacted through email or social media sites such as Facebook by fake profiles claiming to be church staff. Some reminders about online security:
  • Be very careful if you receive messages that sound in any way suspicious or arrive at suspicious times, such as during the middle of the night.
  • Some of these messages contain links that, when clicked, can download malware to your computer. Don't click on any links received through Facebook Messenger or direct messages from Instagram.
  • UCC ministers and staff do not use social media direct messaging to ask for assistance or money.
  • Only give money through secure, trusted sources, and if you are not sure, contact the church first.