Return to In-Person Worship - as we adjust to changing conditions under the COVID 19 pandemic, University Presbyterian Church has returned to a limited form of in-person worship.
Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.
Our Sunday morning service is marked by a warm and engaging atmosphere. Both the pipe organ and the piano are used to accompany the chancel choir or soloists, as well as congregational singing. Music includes hymns and songs from across the history of the Church, from ancient times through the twenty-first century, including music from around the globe that reflects the diversity of the Christian church and of our own church family. An opportunity is given for worshippers to share joys and concerns for the pastor to include in the pastoral prayer.
Our communities are filled with violence and suffering.
Our personal pain and struggles can overwhelm us.
How do we respond? How can we cope?
University Presbyterian Church welcomes Christians from all traditions to unite in a special contemplative worship experience as we seek spiritual strength for the living of our days. Based on the style of worship practiced in the Taizé Christian community in France, these services offered on the First Friday of each month provide an oasis at the end of the week for all who are weary, troubled, or rushed. Special music from guest musicians, meditative songs, prayers, candles, and scripture readings allow each of us to find a quiet place of prayer and spiritual centering.
We invite you to join us on the first Friday of every month from 5:30 to 6:00 p.m.
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