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Fill out your pledge for “2024 Operating Fund”.
“Before you go…” don’t forget to check “Add a scheduled gift for this pledge” to set up recurring giving for the next year



You can’t understand the dynamics between God & humanity without understanding there’s a gap between us that God longs to reconcile. The gap created by sin has been bridged by God giving Himself to us through Jesus, an incredible act of kindness and mercy! But there’s more. God’s inviting us closer. 

Walking with Jesus is about receiving God’s incredible mercy, but as with any real relationship, it’s a two-way street. We’re invited to receive, but we’re also invited to give—of what we have and do, but more importantly, what and who we are. 

Though seemingly out of touch with much of the modern western world, the three voluntary offerings God’s people were led into in Leviticus (burnt, grain, peace) help facilitate this theme at the center of God’s invitation & call—to be people who give ourselves generously, boldly, and wholeheartedly to God, one another, and the world. To put our whole selves in.

In the past year, the church that calls University Carillon home has been faithful in its pursuit of Jesus Christ. In laying down our plans before the Lord, we were able to see Him do abundantly more than we could have dreamed or imagined. Some of those amazing things were:

  • Created the Serve Response Team (SRT) that exists to respond to individual and community needs within our church (completing 24 projects year-to-date)

  • Discipled 100+ kids at our weekly Kids Ministry Wednesday Nights—steady growth seen since our kids have gone through Alpha for Kids

  • Designed and consecrated a Prayer Room for the Lenten season (with extended dates through May)

  • Gathered our older adults monthly at Wisdom & Wellness to explore next chapters in life—tangibly and spiritually

  • Hosted 35 college students at our first-ever Prodigal College Retreat, and 68 middle & high school students at weekend retreats

  • Implemented a Young Adults Ministry (for ages 22-35) to gather, eat, pray, and study scripture

  • Extended our reach in the local community to bring 695 kids on our campus to our Upward Sports Ministry, with many returning volunteer coaches and referees

  • Served in multiple capacities (and generations): SRT, serve days, yard work, Clean the World, C127 Foster Ministry, church workdays and volunteer opportunities at church

  • Jelly Bean Jog (annual community outreach event) brought in over 400 kids, parents and grandparents from the community to celebrate the joy of Easter—ending in an invite to Easter Sunday

  • Brain Wellness continues to provide a safe space for seniors to engage in brain-healthy activities and learn lifestyle adaptations (including the preschool kids joining the group for “Lunch Bunch” throughout the year)

  • Young Adults Ministry has 36 young adults in a book study over the summer and fall, regularly meeting on Monday nights

  • Converge is a week-long local mission trip for 100 middle & high school students, volunteering in the local community alongside 65 adult volunteers

  • On mission to the Dominican Republic with Prodigal College Students & Young Adults—serving with Sucher Ministries

  • Celebrated God’s faithfulness in summer camps at UC with over 550 kids, 289 youth and 139 volunteers

  • Hosted a Back to School Bash at Bonneville Elementary—providing supplies for over 200 students to start the school year

  • Outreach to local community at End of Summer Splash, welcoming over 500 kids, youth and families on our campus

  • Embarked on our 27th year for UC Early Learning Center, welcoming 129 preschool students & opening two new classrooms

  • Visited the UCF Campus for welcome week (August), with over 70 college students exploring our Prodigal College Ministry on Tuesdays

  • Continued weekly Adult Bible studies, with some groups meeting together for over 24 years

As we plan and prepare for the upcoming year, we’re inviting you to ask the Lord how you can partner with Him—here and through University Carillon—with your whole self.


If you call University Carillon your church home, and partner in ministry, we encourage you to fill out a plan to give and a plan to serve. This will help us continue to faithfully follow Jesus—not just as individuals, but together as a unified church.

Fill out your pledge for “2024 Operating Fund”.
“Before you go…” don’t forget to check “Add a scheduled gift for this pledge” to set up recurring giving for the next year

Thank you for partnering with God at University Carillon.