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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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Sunday, December 24, 2023

Lessons & Carols with Holy Communion  // 9:45a

Christmas Eve Worship // *4:30p & 6:30p

Sunday, December 31, 2023

Sunday Morning Worship Gathering // *9:45a only

Sunday, January 7, 2024

Regular Sunday Worship Gathering Schedule Resumes // 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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Jesus came for the sake of the whole world and yet he came at a specific time, in a particular place, among specific people. Each advent season, we work to bless our world both globally and locally, intentionally working with specific ministries for such a time as this.

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This Must Be The Place

December 3-31, 2023

On the song “This Must be the Place,” from the Talking Heads’ fifth studio album, Speaking in Tongues, lead singer David Byrne sings, “Home is where I want to be, but I guess I’m already there. I come home, she lifted up her wings. I guess that this must be the place.” Byrne longs for home, and the discovery of it has caught him by surprise. He has found peace and stability, not in a place, but in the love of another. So surprising is this discovery, he goes on to ask, “Did I find you or you find me?” Whether we realize it or not, every single one of us is searching for home. We look for it in countless places, but it often feels fleeting and even hard to define. However, the invitation of the Gospel is to find home, not in a place or in a state of self-actualization, but in a person who has come in love to find you. It is in the experience of the love and grace of Jesus that we find home and can say, “This must be the place.”


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