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ULC offers worship gatherings every Sunday. There are three worship gatherings during the academic year, August—May. The 8a is a traditional style worship where we typically sing hymns led by an organ. The 9:45a & 11:30a worship gatherings are contemporary services with a band and more modern worship songs.

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 2024 Lent & Holy Week Worship Schedule


Ash Wednesday Worship Gatherings

Wednesday, February 14 // *12p & 6:30p


Palm Sunday Worship Gatherings

Sunday, March 24 // 8a, *9:45a, 11:30a


Maundy Thursday Worship Gathering

Thursday, March 28 // *6:30p


Good Friday Worship Gatherings

Friday, March 29 // *12p & 6:30p


Easter Sunday Worship Gatherings

Sunday, March 31 // 8a, *9:45a, 11:30a


*Gathering will be livestreamed and available for viewing once streamed on ULC’s YouTube channel




During the academic year, ULC offers a chance for college students to connect and worship together every Wednesday night at 7p. Students gather for a meal and community before worshiping together, listening to a message, and breaking off into smaller groups for discussion and Bible study.


Sundays at 9:45A ET

Every Sunday, ULC livestreams the 9:45 a.m. contemporary worship gathering from our YouTube page. Subscribe to ULC’s YouTube channel for easy access to the livestream!


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Redux // A Series on Ezra and Nehemiah

February 14-March 31

Lent is a rhythm, life breaking out and up from dormancy, darkness, and death. We begin as the season begins: in the midst of a season of cold dormancy, and end as the world warms in light and life. We’re in a fluid-state mixture of sorrow and joy, dark and light, cold and warmth. Ezra and Nehemiah lived in a similar season. Ezra is a priest-scribe and Nehemiah the king’s governor during the time that Israel returns from exile, a re-exodus. The people then, like now, live in a fluid-state mixture of sorrow and joy, sin and faithfulness, fear and strength. Yet in their midst, God accomplishes wonders: returned people, rebuilt temple, restored city. God keeps his promises. Right now, it may be difficult to see that God is good, that he hears your prayers, that he’s faithful. Our hope is that as you experience God in Ezra and Nehemiah’s stories, you’ll see God at work in your own life: answered prayers, kept promises, and faith that brings you light, life, joy, and faith.





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