December Memory Verses

Kids@UC Small Groups 2019

Spring 2019 Dates

January 16th

January 30th

February 13th

February 27th

March 13th

April 10th

April 17th

April 24th

Register your 1st – 5th grader for Kids@UC Small Groups at http://bit.ly/KidsatUC_SG

Parent’s Day Out 2018

Hey Parents! Enjoy a day off while we take care of your children (Infants-5th grade) on Saturday, December 1st from 10am-3pm. The cost is $15 per child or $25 per family. Register by Tuesday, November 27 on the Union Chapel app or at the Kids@UC check-in

November Memory Verses

Family Experience – Nov 9th

Join us for a high-energy and fun-filled night designed to create a memorable shared experience for your family. The evening will feature an optional meal, a live band, a brief message, games, and bounce houses! We hope your family can join us.

When: November 9th
Where: Oneighty Building

Dinner – 6:00 pm

Family Program – 6:30 pm

Family Activities – 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

 

Click here to let us know that your family will be attending or to order the optional meal. The deadline to register for the meal is November 7th. 

 

October Memory Verse

Elementary:

“Then he said to them, ‘Watch out! Be on your guard against wanting to have more and more things. Life is not made up of how much a person has.’” Luke 12:15 (NIrV)

Early Childhood:

“God is with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:9, NLT

2nd/3rd Grade Change at 10 AM

 

Attention all parents of 2nd and 3rd Graders  – Starting this weekend at 10 am, we’ll be splitting up these to grades due to the large turn out we’ve been having (which is good, right?!).  So, if you have a 3rd grader, you’ll continue to drop off your child at room 109/111.  If you have a 2nd grader, you’ll be dropping them off at room 113 which is down the hall.  This is for the 10 am service only.

Hope to see you this Sunday with a friend!

What’s Up in September

Elementary 

Early Childhood

Promotion Weekend – Aug 4th/5th

July Memory Verses

Early Childhood:

 

Elementary:

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