The Christian Church Capital Area-Disciples of Christ hosted their annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. tribute & action service at UCP. The event ended with a panel discussing Dr. King's legacy and its future implications.
Meals packaged at the November 19, 2017 Rise Against Hunger Event were shipped to the Dominican Republic.
As one of our holiday serve opportunities, UCP hosted a toy drive through FISH. Toys were given to local families who face economic hardship.
We put up the Christmas Tree in the Sanctuary, which is lit 24/7 during Advent to remind passersby that there is hope in the world. One can see the light from the street.
We gave thanks for diversity in our community. We celebrated in unity with our Muslim, Buddhist, Jewish and Christian neighbors. an evening of unity as we give thanks for the diversity in our community.
10,152 meals were made at the Young Adult Rise Against Hunger event. The meals made puts United Christian Parish as making a combined total of 163,084 meals made through Rise Against Hunger.
The Justice & Peace Ministry Team hosted a Racial Inclusion discussion in an effort to establish a platform to openly discuss race and how we can work as a community to be more inclusive. Pastor Marcus is wearing the hat that is used to facilitate whose turn it is to speak.
The third annual craft fair! From jewelry to paintings to quilts to wood pieces and more, the fair featured a variety of hand crafted items from juried vendors.
Genesis Choir, UCP's children's choir, celebrated Halloween rock star style.