Welcome to Unity Presbyterian Church!
We thank you for stopping by our website and celebrating the joys of the season with us. We are happy to have a chance to show you a small picture of how much the members of this congregation enjoy doing church together. We are thrilled to be this church active in this community.
We are a congregation of about 100 members with a vibrant worship experience that blends both old and new. Our music program is rich with talent. We have an active adult choir and wonderful opportunities for kids to participate musically.
We are God’s hands in our world in many ways, supporting local, national, and international ministry and mission. In our work and in our worship, we have fun together as God’s people.
When you visit our church, you will find:
Please join us for worship and fellowship on Sunday mornings at 10:30am at 1207 E. Springhill Drive!
November 1st ~ 4-7pm
Chicken Noodle Dinner!
Homemade noodles! Homemade desserts! Gluten-Free available, too!
Come beat the colder weather blues with a warm meal and even warmer company!
The Potts Pantry page has an update! Please take note of Pantry needs.
With thanks for all you do ~ seen and unseen!
Go over to Photos and take the Scavenger Hunt quiz to see if you know where all the photos are located.
The Mission Study Questions used this past Sunday are now located under "Ministries" to the left. Please feel free to answer on your own and either pass your answers to me or email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Thank you!
A sincere thank you to all who made a pledge commitment to Unity Presbyterian this year!
A sincere thank you to all who prefer not to pledge, and are committeed to supporting the work of Unity through their commitment to a regular contribution of gifts ~ time, talent, and tithe ~ to the work of Unity Presbyterian this year!
Thank you for all you do ~ seen and unseen!
KnitWits will be slightly changing their focus to include a new recycled/green/mission project. If you would be interested in participating, please bring a crochet hook, size J, or knitting needles, size 10, a pair of scissors, and recyclable plastic shopping/grocery bags (IE: the ones you get when you forget your own...) to the April 15 gathering. We have a new challenge to work on knitted/croched bed rolls for the homeless.
And, as always, folks are encouraged to continue with their own projects as well.
Please bring your bottle caps (any without a recycle emblem) to church and help us work toward collecting 400 pounds of caps for our bench! Thanks for your help!
If you are not collecting Boxtops for Education for another friend or family member, please don't let them go to waste! Feel free to drop them off to Pastor Jenni and they will be put to good use. Thank you!