“I never had a negative reaction from telling someone that I would pray for them. In fact, the only reactions I ever got were ones of graciousness and thanks.”
Stories of Hope
“We wanted to reach out,” Craig Campbell remembers, “so we asked them what would benefit them.” The answer: “English classes.”
Pediatric cancer can make life seem quite hopeless, but with some positive community, hope can be restored.
Jon Vance is a student at the UW, but more importantly, a product of this church. You’ve probably noticed Jon up in the kitchen on Sundays. You’ve seen him at Day Camp or playing the trumpet. He’s one of our own.
Dani Morton escaped from Cambodia in the early 1980s. She is an original member of the first Cambodian (Khmer) congregation in Seattle, which was planted by UPC. Now a medical professional, Dani is Executive Director for Meetaa International Network, which is fighting human trafficking in her native country. She was interviewed by Laurie Wheeler in morning services on October 7, 2012.
The Inn is a safe place for college students to learn and grow.
Jesus showed up after Myrna Olson was side-swiped on the freeway
Listen to the interview Many of you have heard that we are doing a Sundays at UPC process. So basically we’re talking about what Sundays look like here—not simply what’s happening in this worship space, but what’s happening in the community all around as well. At present, we have worship here and then go [...]