UBC is proud to feature Chris Moody as the Artist of the Month. Come by the sanctuary building where you’ll find a gallery of Chris Moody’s art.
Monthly Archives: May 2011
Listen to the sermon from May 29, 2011, “How Do We Preach Now?” by Rev. Dr. Larry Bethune.
Make plans to join us after Soul Food Sunday on June 5 for a one hour, focused, and energized workshop on new ministry possibilities within our current structure of ministry with “the least of these”. You will have an opportunity to make concrete plans for this ministry with realistic expectations. It is time to decide… Read more
Youth & parents, please save these dates! I’ll send out more details as each event approaches. Please let me know if you have any questions. Looking forward to a fun Summer! –Amelia
God’s Family Dinner serves a free hot meal to about 200 people each Thursday; there are no requirements or restrictions–everyone is welcome. We need at least 6 volunteers to serve the meal, greet guests, and clean up from 4:30 to 6:30. Six of the volunteers serve the food by placing it on trays and giving… Read more
Listen to the sermon from May 22, 2011, “Priests in the ‘Hood” by Rev. Dr. Larry Bethune.
Check out the 2011 calendar of summer events for the children of UBC.
Listen to the sermon from May 15, 2011, “Come, Awe” by guest preacher Rachel Ciupek-Reed. Rachel is the Senior Pastor of the Mt. Hollywood Congregational Church (UCC) in Los Angeles, California. She graduated with a Master of Divinity degree from the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley in 2007 and holds a B.S. in Information… Read more
A Conversation on Convergence Recognizing significant shifts in our local and American culture regarding church membership and participation, University Baptist Church has entered a conversation about possible convergence with other progressive, free-church congregations in Austin (see vision statement here). We do not yet know what the outcome of this conversation may be — one new congregation?… Read more
Listen to the sermon from May 8, 2011, “Hearts on Fire” by Rev. Dr. Larry Bethune.