Small Groups @ United Presbyterian Church

Small groups at United Presbyterian Church are a great way to get plugged into our church community. In these groups relationships are strengthened, friendships are formed, and support systems are put in place to help navigate through our journey of faith and our daily lives. We know that it can be challenging to get to know people on Sundays, so we encourage you to connect with others in a more personal way through the many groups that exist here at our church. Groups at UPC have various foci and meet in different places throughout the week. We hope you’ll make the effort to check out some groups and see where you may most feel at home.

 

Theology On Tap

Various Mondays and Locations at 6pm

For centuries men and women have gathered together to try to understand and experience God. In that spirit, we gather twice a month for conversation, community, and to enjoy good drinks and food. Theology On Tap is a fellowship opportunity for sharing, learning, listening, and connecting theology and life All are welcome.

 

Young Adult (20’s-40’s) Small Group

Second and Fourth Thursdays – Rotating Host

This is a dinner fellowship and support group for people in their 20’s-40’s to share life together. The group gathers twice a month to share a meal and be in community to help faithfully navigate journeys of faith and daily life.

 

Aging Family Support Group

Wednesdays at 5:30pm – Pfeiffer Room at UPC

This is support group meets every week, and is made up of people who desire to walk with others for a time to share encouragement in specific areas of challenge in their lives.

 

Friday Book Study

Fridays at 10am – Booth Hall

This book study small group is meant to open up opportunities for books to be read and discussed in light of our faith. Personal and group reflection, conversation, short videos, Scripture meditation are part of these 6-8 week studies.

 

Sabbath Society Circle

Tuesdays at 10:30am – Booth Hall at UPC

If you’re seeking rest, peace, and community, come join fellow Sabbath seekers as we study scripture, share stories, and explore the concept of Sabbath—a gift and invitation to rest and delight in the miracle of life. All adults are welcome to experience the wholeness and joy that come from observing God’s rhythmic order of work and rest for life. We’ll be using Sabbath Roots by Shelly Miller as our guide.

 

Early Risers

Second and fourth Wednesdays at 7am – Sweet Waters Restaurant

All are welcome for simple breakfast fellowship and friendship.

 

Tabitha’s Society

First Friday and Third Tuesday, 9am-12 Noon – Tabitha’s Place at UPC

Mission Sewing for the poor and communities in need around the world.