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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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2023 Holy Week Worship Schedule


Palm Sunday Worship Gatherings

Sunday, April 2 // 8a, 9:45a, *11:30a


Maundy Thursday Worship Gathering

Thursday, April 6 // *6:30p


Good Friday Worship Gatherings

Friday, April 7 // *12p & 6:30p


Easter Sunday Worship Gatherings

Sunday, April 9 // 8a, 9:45a, *11:30a


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


Non-Worship Easter Events

Extravaganza Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 8 // 10a



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 11:30A ET

Every Sunday, ULC livestreams the 11:30 a.m. contemporary worship gathering from our YouTube page. Subscribe to ULC’s YouTube channel for easy access to the livestream!

NOTE: Beginning April 16, 2023, we will stream the 9:45a worship gathering each Sunday and no longer be streaming at 11:30a.

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Sojourn // A Journey Through 1 Peter

February 22 – April 9
Perhaps you’ve heard it said, “Life is about the journey, not the destination.” The apostle Peter would agree with part of this sentiment. Of course, the journey of life is important. But, it’s the promise of our ultimate destination that shapes the journey. As he writes to the first century church, Peter continually reminds the early Christians that they are exiles, strangers, and sojourners in this world. He reminds them that the trials and sufferings they undergo now are temporary, and are shaping them for a glorious future in the Kingdom of God. This wisdom of Peter is a timeless truth for Christians to grab hold of for our sojourn today. Join us this Lent as we journey through 1 Peter on our way to the cross and empty tomb.

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