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Location: EPIC Auditorium (the EPICenter is the last building property)
Led by: Kris Holguin (Vessel Next Gen Director)

If you’re in college or college-aged – come hang with us on Tuesday nights! We’ll spend some time playing games and hanging out, and then reflect on the Sunday message at Vessel while diving deeper into the scriptures that were mentioned. (All students welcome, regardless of whether or not you made it to Vessel on Sunday.) This is a great space to form friendships and grow deeper as a disciple of Christ; feel free to jump in at any point. Email Kris at to get connected and stay up to date with hangouts and events throughout the semester!

Join us for a night of worship through song! We recognize that our life doesn’t need to be perfect before we turn to God in worship. If your current relationship with God is experiencing His goodness or you can only feel distance between you and Him—we invite you to show up … to worship God with your church family.

Open to all. Childcare not available.

Bring out the whole family to UC’s Trunk or Treat! Enjoy some trick-or-treating around the UC Parking Lot where the trunks are hosted by your friends at UC: Upward Teams, UC Early Learning Center Teachers and Families, Church Small Groups and more!

This is open to everyone in the community—so dress up (not so scary costumes, please), drive over and explore all the decorated trunks while your kiddos receive candy, play games and more.

How can you help? 

  • Donate candy! We’re collecting candy at the church to pass out at the event. Drop off candy in the church lobby M–F, 8:30 AM–3 PM or on your way into church on the weekends.
  • Host a trunk! We’d love for you to decorate/theme your trunk! Sign up for a spot. Candy is being provided (from church collection); set up time begins at 5 PM, trunk ready by 6:15 PM. More details closer to the event. For more info, contact

Register ONE PERSON as contact of your party
1. Enter CONTACT Email. If you have a REALM account you will be asked to sign in. Otherwise, you can continue as a guest.
2. Toggle or Enter Name of ONE PERSON as contact of your party as “Who is attending this event?” NEXT

Location: E-203

Topic:   Taking Care of Our Bodies as We Age
Guest Speaker: A local Physical Therapist, Dr. Steven Balogh, from B Physical Therapy will join us to provide information regarding healthy aging, including good posture, balance exercises, and other tips for staying active as we age.

Please RSVP by Friday, October 13.  E-mail to or call Susan at 407-259-2112 before 3pm.

The Wisdom and Wellness group is a ministry for older adults designed to provide a supportive community as you mature through the next chapter in your life. This group offers fellowship, practical support, learning opportunities, and spiritual growth. Activities include guest speakers, small group discussions, creative arts, and exercise.

November 13th – Game Day & Friendsgiving Brunch  (10:00am -11:30am)
Who’s Got Game?  Join us for a fun morning of board games! We will provide a variety of games.  Feel free to bring your own too!

December 11th – Christmas Craft  (10:00am -11:30am)
More details to come!


What are Wednesday Night classes? 
Conveniently timed to be a mid-week check-in with your church family, these classes put practical next steps to explore your faith. On Sundays, you’re able to attend, worship and join in community—this mid-week opportunity is an extension of putting practice to Biblical truths.

Are the classes the same every semester? 
Because of diversity of staff and church members, UC is able to offer many classes that change each semester. In addition to content changing, style of classes can range from video studies to interactive classes, from asking questions to exploring Biblical authors.

Who can participate in Wednesday Night classes? 
Simply: everyone. To expand: our desire is to provide spaces for anyone and everyone to find community centered and surrounded by Jesus. These classes are open for anyone willing and wanting to explore faith—from those beginning the journey, to those who continue to develop their relationship with Jesus.

Can I invite a friend or co-worker?
Absolutely! As we always encourage you to grow in community, invitation into that community is vital. What would it look like to invite a friend or co-worker into your faith? Wednesday Night classes are a great way to explore topics of faith and encourage anyone to ask questions!

Wednesday Dinner – 6:00 pm

Please make dinner reservations for adults each week by 5PM on Monday through email sent out on Friday to those registered for classes or mark your Communication Card.  If you do not receive the weekly emails, please email

Cost: Adults, $6

Middle School: Sign-in middle-school students at the EPICenter (6-8 PM); low-cost food available in the café.
Kids Ministry: Pizza: $2 suggested donation per child

Adult Classes – 6:30–8:00 PM


The Means of Grace (10 weeks)
Led by the Pastors | starting Aug 30


Intentional Family (10 weeks)
Led by Pastor Craig Blocher & Jesse Bachman

Adult Classes – 6:30–8:00 PM

Starting August 30


The Means of Grace (10 weeks)
Led by the Pastors | starting Aug 30

The Bible tells us that Jesus’ followers are called disciples. If we want to be counted among those followers, then doesn’t it make sense that we figure out just what being a disciple looks like in everyday life?

In The Means of Grace, Andrew C. Thompson presents a clear and accessible explanation of the core tenets John Wesley instilled in the early Methodist movement—baptism, searching the scriptures, prayer, The Lord’s Supper, fasting, fellowship, accountability, works of mercy, and exercising the presence of God. Each means of grace is drawn from biblical examples and paired with a framework to offer a real, practical model for a life marked by holy love and holy transformation.

Wesley had a phrase for what it means to live faithfully as a disciple of Jesus: walking in the ways of God. Together, the means of grace demonstrate a Wesleyan pattern of discipleship and help us understand what these ways of God are.

If you’d like to purchase the book “The Means of Grace” (not required), you can do so here.

Starting August 30


Intentional Family (10 weeks)
Led by Pastor Craig Blocher & Jesse Bachman

How might we be more intentional about being the kind of families, spouses, and parents that help our children flourish? Seek to discern how families can nurture faith, find hope, and grow in love of God & neighbor.

This semester, we’ll be unpacking foundational truths of our faith (baptism, scriptures, prayer, The Lord’s Supper, fasting, fellowship, accountability, and more) … and what that looks like in our everyday life as families. We’ll follow a series called “The Means of Grace” by Andrew C. Thompson to help us lay framework for practical and faithful living as families following Christ.

If you’d like to purchase the book “The Means of Grace” (not required), you can do so here.

EPIC Middle School – 6:00 – 8:00 pm

EPIC Wednesday Night (eat, hang out in the game room, dive into worship and study) at the EPICenter.

Kids Ministry – 6:00 – 8:00 pm

This fun, high-energy ministry encourages kids to know Jesus Christ and grow in a relationship with him through Bible stories, Scripture memorization, life application, missions, and recreation!

Child care is provided for children 6 weeks-3 years old.

Help save lives! The One Blood Bus will be on University Carillon campus Sunday, October 15 8:15 AM– 1:15 PM. If you are able to donate, please consider doing so.

Donors receive: $20 eGift Card, along with a OneBlood T-Shirt and Wellness Checkup (including blood pressure, pulse, temperature, iron count and cholesterol screening).