Adult Bible Classes are offered each Sunday AM. Presently, we offer a senior adult class, two additional adult classes, a young adult class (for college aged through young couples), teen class, upper elementary, lower elementary, and a staffed nursery. Each of these classes meets during our 10AM Bible School hour.
Sunday nights vary in format from Topical Bible Studies to sermons and worship services.
Adult Bible Groups are
offered for men & women separately, and for couples. A complete schedule of meeting dates and locations may be found on our calendar page by following the link HERE. In addition, our Sunday evening service often includes a Bible Study format, alternating with Sermons. Our PM service is modeled after our AM service, including worship in songs and a time of prayer, as well as an opportunity for the observance of the Lord's Supper for any who were unable to attend in the AM service. PM services begin at 6PM, and everyone is welcome.
Adult Bible Study (ABS) is offered each Wednesday night corresponding with our On the Mark Youth Archery Program, at 6:30PM. Covering a variety of topics, ABS is designed for adults wishing to be challenged toward spiritual growth, and equipped to share their faith with others. For more information about ABS and On the Mark, you can go HERE.
Youth Ministry Programs
Bible Classes for youth are offered at 10AM each Sunday, and are grouped in an age appropriate manner.
A fully staffed nursery is available each Sunday morning suring classes & services. Parents are offered pagers for security purposes, as well as to allow volunteers to contact the parents in a more inconspicuous manner during services. We call this special ministry the "Waddlers".
Children in grades Kindergarten through 1st grade are provided an age appropriate learning environment called "3to1 Junction" during our AM services. Volunteers, under the oversight of one of our deacons and our youth minister, provide lessons and activities which stimulate & challenge our students with topics of faith appropriate to their age.
Students in grade 2 through middle school enjoy our Jr. Church program, which provides challenging lessons and activities appropriate to their age. Each of these three ministry areas are provided during our AM assembly, however, children are always welcomed in the assembly with the adults.
Sunday PM includes learning and activities for children in Pre-K through Elementary age. This program is offered during our 6PM service each Sunday to correspond with our adult evening programs at the same time.
More information on youth ministry programs is offered HERE.
A number of special outreach programs are offered during our calendar year. Most programs are avtivity or event based, like our Fall Festival, and others are ongoing programs like our ASB or On the Mark programs.
For information about event based outreach programs, please check out our Church Calendar HERE, or contact our offices.
For Information about our On the Mark archery program, or ABS Adult Bible Study program, you can go HERE.
Union City Christian Church provides generous support to a number of missionaries, as well as to Johnson Bible College, Louisville Bible College and Kentucky Christian University. We also have an active outreach ministry in our community, offering a number of unique programs and events to reach out with the Good News into our community. In addition to these mission efforts, we also support the following groups:
Builders For Christ men's fellowship. The BFC is an area wide, Christian men's fellowship designed to provide encouragement to area men and to provide financial support to new congregations & church plants within our area. BFC also provides a scholarship to young men from Christian Church/Churches of Christ in our area who are fulltime students in a Restoration Bible College and preparing for full time Christian ministry. For more information on the Builders for Christ, check out their website by clicking HERE.
Polish Christian Ministries. Union City Christian Church is proud to partner with Polish Christian Ministries (PCM) by providing ongoing prayer and financial support. PCM is actively engaged in supporting Christian ministers indigenous to various areas throughout Poland. To learn more about the ministry of PCM, please check out their website by clicking HERE.
GraceNOW! This special ministry effort provides food & clothing to those in need within our community. UCCC provides finacial support on a monthly basis, as well as volunteer assistance on the first Monday of each month.
HealthNOW! This program provides medical & prescription assistance to those in need within our community. Our volunteers also work in a hands on manner with the presecription assistance program each week.
Benevolent assistance in the form of food vouchers is also provided to those in need meeting certain criteria. We do not provide cash, or assistance with utilities, rent, or money for gas.