Gathering in Worship Offered by the People of the Church of Christ, Union Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost September 6, 2020 10:30 am Meditation “Anything that leaves you more fearful, more isolated, more disconnected from other people, more full of judgment or self-hatred, is not of God, and does not follow the Rule of Love–and you… Read more.
At the request of Gov. Beshear, all churches in the commonwealth are being asked to suspend services and large gatherings for this weekend. The hope is that this will further delay the spread of the novel corona virus and the Covid-19 respiratory illness it causes. Therefore Union Church will not be holding services this weekend… Read more.
A great Sunday at church today! Thanks to our worship designers Debbonnaire Kovacs, Jennifer Melton, Sharona Nelson, and Laura Nagle, who helped us all engage the idea of “Being in and building a beloved community.” We also welcomed back the Handbell Choir and Chancel Vocal Choir who filled the… Read more.
These worship materials will be used during worship on Sunday, June 17, 2018, but can be used any time for personal meditation and prayer. Prayers in Action and Reflection Stations Today in worship you are invited to reflect on what is growing, what needs to be nurtured, and what nurture you are giving. All… Read more.
Easter is a wonderful service and it takes a little extra prep! We need as many as can come to help get ready on Saturday morning, April 15, and we need 5 extra ushers to help seat guests and take-up the offering on Easter Sunday Morning, April 16. Experience is welcome, but not necessary! Can… Read more.
Maundy Thursday is a moving service of music and reading the story (this year from Matthew) of Jesus last days leading to the crucifixion. To share the story we need up to 10 readers who would be willing to read passages of scripture interspersed with the choir and instrumental pieces. There will be… Read more.
In this Third week of Lent we read in the scriptures of Jesus encounter with a woman in a Samaritan town. He asks for a drink, she wonders why a Jew would take anything from a Samaritan, and he tells her he would gladly give her “living water” and never be thirsty again. She ponders… Read more.