Would you like to get away for a little while this winter? The college and youth ministries of UBC are planning a winter retreat for February 2-3. This trip is for college students, grad students, young adults, and youth (grades 7-12).
The Churches of Charles have scheduled 11 separate activities as a way to serve our community this MLK Day. We will be returning to some of our favorites places like Woodberry Crossing and Baltimore Station and doing some of our favorite things like knitting, cooking, carpentry and card making. We have also added a few new activities like cleaning up a basement for Gilead House, a residence for asylum seeking immigrants, cookie making and quilting. A detailed schedule of all the activities can be found on the Day of Service website. Please sign up for the one(s) you wish to attend so that we know how many to expect and have enough supplies, etc.
And speaking of supplies, we do need donations of prizes for BINGO, items for Gallons of Love, scrap booking paper and embellishments and yarn. Collection boxes are located under the coat rack at the Garden Entrance at UBC.
Come celebrate Christmas with the University Baptist Church family at the Christmas Breakfast between the two worship services on Sunday and the Church-wide Christmas Party!
Please join us for UBC's candlelit Christmas Eve Service at 5:30 PM. This traditional Lessons and Carols service tells the story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus in nine short scripture readings with Christmas carols and hymns. The singing will be accompanied by UBC's wonderful choir and organ, and all are welcome to attend this family friendly service.
Are you excited about singing Christmas carols this year? Our Christmas Songs and Stories will be the perfect way to ring in the holiday season. You are invited to come to Fusion Worship in Davis Chapel at 9:00 a.m. and stay for Christmas Breakfast and the UBC Choir's presentation of Handel's Messiah. Please join us for Fusion Worship in Davis Chapel as we celebrate the Christmas season in a new and exciting way!
Please join us to hear the UBC Choir and Soloists present excerpts from the Christmas portion of Handel’s Messiah, accompanied by strings and organ. Handel’s oratorio is one of the most familiar and popular of all choral works. We hope that you will be in attendance at the Sunday morning worship service on Sunday, December 17 [10:45 a.m.] and invite your entire family and friends to join us in celebrating the Christmas Season with Handel’s Messiah. Parking is available in the lot behind the church, and this event is free and open to all.