Your involvement matters! Below describes many of the ways which you can connect at UCity. Please look around and then click HERE to get more info on an area for which you would to serve.
Kids are a very important part of UCity. We are proud of our children's ministry and hope that you will feel the same way. On Sunday mornings you will find an age appropriate room where your kids will learn from well trained staff that Jesus loves them and has a plan for their lives. You may choose for your kid(s) to join you in the service. That's ok too. Their noises and voices are welcome at any time. We just love kids!
Ever been in the middle of a bustling train station during rush hour? Middle school students often feel that way—even when they’re alone! It can be a confusing and exciting time.
MSM is a ministry tailored to help them sort it all out. With inspirational speakers, heartfelt small group discussions, and fun games—students explore their relationship with Jesus and how that can influence every decision they make. MSM meets every Sunday at 10am in the main sanctuary for worship, and then heads to the basement for a fun packed morning.
HSM is our high school ministry. We hope to create an environment where students are encouraged to make wise choices, positively influence their friends, and experience personal ministry through serving others. HSM meets every Sunday at 10am in the main sanctuary for worship, and then heads to the basement for relevant teaching and a time to hang out with friends.
In addition to relevant worship and teaching on Sunday mornings, UCity College & Career offers small groups and special events throughout the semester. We also partner with the following campus ministries at both the UofA and Pima..
Chris Warren // email@example.com
Young Life College
Sam Partain // firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Lopez (UofA)
Chris Collins (Pima) // email@example.com
UCity women meet on Tuesday mornings throughout the year for a time of great teaching, discussion, prayer, and fellowship in a relaxed setting.
Growing spiritually doesn't happen when we only know what Jesus says. It happens when we apply what He says. Application happens best within the context of community. If you want to grow in your relationship with Jesus, you need to build intentional relationships with people who have the same goal—and a Small Group is the ideal place for that to happen.