If you are looking for a way to connect in a deeper way to the teachings of Jesus or looking for a place to discuss theology and faith, then come on over to the University Baptist Church at 9:30 AM on Sunday mornings.  Find a class that suits you and make a commitment to be a part of UBC in a deeper way! Contact Associate Pastor Stephanie Cooper for more info.

John 21:25
Meets in the Conference Room of the Education Building
Led by church member Joe Bell, the John 21:25 class emphasizes the ways in which God is still moving and speaking today. This intellectually stimulating class often discusses the cross-sections between our current faith culture and the history of the early Christian movements.

Lectionary Study
Meets in the North Dining Hall
The Lectionary is a three-year cycle most mainline denominational churches follow to guide and lead worship.  This class, led by member Phil Duncan, follows the lectionary scripture passages that will be used in worship immediately following Bible Study.  This class reads through the biblical texts, finding both historical context and life application an important part to their study.

Ad Fontes: The Gospel of John
Meets in the Library
This class will be led by members Maria Elmshauser and Shawn Cabaniss. Ad Fontes is a Latin phrase meaning, “back to the sources.” Christians applied this phrase during the Reformation as they called for a renewed emphasis on the Bible as the foundation of faith.  In this class, we return to the Christian Scriptures starting with an in depth exploration into the Gospel of John.