Wednesday Nite Live! begins tomorrow, Sept. 11! Come for supper at 5:45 in the Community Room, stay for fellowship! Full schedule of weekly events follows — 5:10 pm – Middle School Youth Group, Youth Room 5:15 pm – Young Childrens Choir, Room 104 5:45 pm – Supper (donation if able) 6:30 pm – High… Read more.
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Join us for a Shake Your Soul® workshop on Sunday, September 8th. We will dance and move in the Community Room at Union Church from 4-5 pm. Shake Your Soul®: The Yoga of Dance draws from modern and African dance, body-mind centering, yoga, Qigong and Body-Centered Expressive Therapy. Taught by Certified Instructor Kate Grigg, this… Read more.
With the opening of Berea College’s academic year this week, we are excited to invite students, faculty, and staff back to the worshiping community at Union Church! We have a special event for students coming up: a cookout! This Wednesday, August 28, Rev. Rachel will be hosting a welcome Grill-‘N-Chill for students. Check out more… Read more.
Did you see our above-the-fold feature in this week’s Berea Citizen, about all the cool stuff we’ll be doing at Vacation Bible School this year? Hurry and register to join the fun! Register now for a fun and fulfilling week! We have classes and activities for all ages, preschool to adult. Our theme this year… Read more.
Union Church’s annual Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday proved once again to be a source of great joy. Check out these pics and smile! Special thanks to all those adults and youth who organized it and made it so much fun!
Thanks to funds bequeathed by Anne Stephenson for the benefit of Union Church’s youth, Grace McKenzie, Youth Leader with her husband, Chris, was able to get some new (and very comfy) furniture for the Youth Room from Wellington’s Fine Leather Furniture. A new paint job is next. Stop by and have a seat! Several church family… Read more.
Intrepid Union Church members participated in an experiential learning about the Body of Christ led by Kim Kobersmith at the EKU low ropes course in Richmond. The 3 hour Sunday afternoon devotional included learning about each other, exploring what it means to have “gifts differing” (Romans) and still be part of the same Body… Read more.
There are a few spots left for our Lenten Community-Building Challenge Course at the ropes course facility in Richmond next Sunday, March 10. Facilitator Kim Kobersmith will lead us through a series of group challenges that involve cooperation, problem solving, and some physical dexterity on the low ropes course at EKU. Please join us!! We… Read more.