What does a typical Sunday at UChurch look like?
We don’t have a typical Sunday! We consider our Sunday celebrations to be family gatherings - and that means sometimes they can feel messy. Kids are always welcome, the style is casual, and we love to build relationships with one another. The structure may change on any given Sunday, depending on where God is leading our community.
Where is your office?
UChurch doesn’t have a central office. Our mailing address can be found in our contact page.
What denomination is UChurch?
We’re a part of and receive oversight Every Nation Ministries (EN). Since its establishment in 1994, EN is now in over 80 nations. EN provides relational support and accountability to local churches; emphasize church planting, campus ministry, and world missions.
If you’re curious about what we believe in, check out our What We Believe section.
Is there leadership at UChurch? Who's the Pastor?
We have amazing pastors, as well as a pastoral leadership & oversight team. Check out the Team section in UChurch 101 to get to know them!
Is UChurch just for students?
Nope! UChurch was originally started by students, but as we have continued to grow up, so have our students. We have plenty of families and love being a multigenerational community.
What are your core doctrinal beliefs?
Check out what we believe in UChurch 101.
Does UChurch ever do baptisms/baby dedications?
We love celebrating both of these things, we just don’t do it every Sunday! (There aren’t too many baptism tubs on campus). If this is something you’re interested in please email email@example.com or talk to us on a Sunday morning.
How can I sign up to help out?
If serving is something that’s on your heart, please come talk to us on a Sunday. (Some potential areas include kids ministry, set-up, worship, or multimedia).
I keep hearing about Fatherheart Ministries - what is it?
Our church loves being connected to the broader body of Christ. We have developed a close relationship with Fatherheart Ministries in particular - please read more about that connection, and how you can get involved in UChurch 101: Fatherheart.