Wednesday, January 27 – A Special Celebration!

amichael_cheuk_webEveryone is invited to attend

Michael Cheuk’s Ministry Celebration

on Wednesday, January 27.  Supper will be served from 5 to 6 pm.

 

EVERYONE MUST MAKE A RESERVATION!  Regular Wednesday supper reservations do not count for this special event.

Call or email the Church Office by NOON on Thursday, January 21 –  (434) 293-5106 or office@universitybaptist.org

 

 

Wednesday Night Program – Jan 20

Called Church Conference on Wednesday, January 20 at 6:15 pm in Fellowship Hall.

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Agenda:

  • Leadership Transition Team charge and membership;

  •  MRST update (Ministerial Relations Service Team);

  • Finance & Endowment reports;

  • Deacon & Church Council updates

 

Wednesday Night Program – Jan 6

Microsoft Word - UBC Logo 3 sizes.docThere will be a Called Church Conference on Wednesday, January 6, at 6:15 pm, in Fellowship Hall.

 – A Report from the Ministerial Relations Service Team (MRST)

Wednesday Night Program – Dec 9

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Our Wednesday Night Program on December 9 at 6:15 pm will feature Jon and Tanya Parks, via Skype.  Jon and Tanya are CBF field personnel, serving among the Roma people in Kosice, Slovakia.  Through personal relationships, partnerships with local Christians, and initiatives that support Roma education, they believe God’s people can together form a new future for people who have lived in poverty and oppression for generations.  They will give us an update about their ministry since their return to Slovakia this fall.

 

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The Preschool/Children’s Christmas Shop will open at 6:15 pm for children to purchase gifts for members of their family.   All items are priced at 50¢, and proceeds go to Global Missions.

 

Service of Remembrance – Wednesday Dec. 2

Service of Remembrance 

SingleCandleFlame2Wednesday, December 2,
6:15 pm in Fellowship Hall.

This will be a service to remember our departed loved ones, to support each other in our pain and loss during this holiday season, and to support our community during this time of unusual stress. Candles will be lit to acknowledge family and friends, our pain and loss, our worries and struggles, and God’s faithfulness in our lives.

 

Wednesday Night Program – November 4

Christmas Missions Fair | GodsWorkInOurHands6:15 pm in Fellowship Hall.

The Missions Committee invites you to come to the Christmas Missions Fair to get more information about the UBCO missions opportunities for November and December.  Find out what each mission project is about, what you need to do to help, and the deadline for completing your contribution.

 

 

 

  • Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes
  • Blessing Bags for the Homeless
  • Children’s Christmas Shop
  • Christmas Missions Post Office
  • Chrismons
  • Toiletry Kits for Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women
  • Cards, Stationery, Stamps for FCCW
  • Christmas Dinner in a Bag

 

Wednesday Night Program – October 14

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On Wednesday night, October 14th, we welcome Professor Daniel Bagby back with the second in a three-part series entitled “Healthy Relationships”.

Professor Bagby is currently the Theodore F. Adams Professor Emeritus of Pastoral Care at Baptist Theological Seminary of Richmond.  He has pastored for almost thirty years, served in two pastoral counseling centers, and as chaplain to a juvenile detention center and a women’s prison. He is a frequent national speaker on pastoral care issues and has authored numerous articles and seven books including, Crisis Ministry: A Handbookand Beyond The Myths: The Journey To Adulthood(2007).

Professor  Bagby has taught at Baylor University, Purdue University, and Southern Seminary, as well as for the International Mission Board’s Journeyman Training Program. He is the 2005 recipient of the Wayne Oates Award.

Wednesday Night Program – October 7

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On Wednesday night, October 7th, we welcome Professor Daniel Bagby with the first in a three-part series entitled “Healthy Relationships”.  Wednesday evening will be Part 1: “Why Share Healthy Relationships — When With a Little Effort You Can Be Obnoxious?”.

Professor Bagby is currently the Theodore F. Adams Professor Emeritus of Pastoral Care at Baptist Theological Seminary of Richmond.  He has pastored for almost thirty years, served in two pastoral counseling centers, and as chaplain to a juvenile detention center and a women’s prison. He is a frequent national speaker on pastoral care issues and has authored numerous articles and seven books including, Crisis Ministry: A Handbookand Beyond The Myths: The Journey To Adulthood(2007).

Professor  Bagby has taught at Baylor University, Purdue University, and Southern Seminary, as well as for the International Mission Board’s Journeyman Training Program. He is the 2005 recipient of the Wayne Oates Award.

Wednesday, Sept 30 – Welcome, Rev. John Haig!

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Our guest speaker tomorrow, Wednesday, September 30, at 6:15 pm in Fellowship Hall will be the Rev. John  Haig, speaking on the topic:  “Christianity:  What’s Up in the Land Down Under?”

John has pastored churches in Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria over 47 years.  Currently, he is the Minister of The Word at St Mark’s Uniting Church in Mornington, close to the family home where he and his family have lived for 20 years.  He serves the wider church as the Chair of the Australian Board of MECO (Middle East Christian Outreach).

John is a graduate of the Melbourne University of Divinity and The University of New South Wales.  He has pursued post-graduate studies at SWBTS and was the first non-North American to be selected to participate in Gordon-Conwell’s Mentor-in-Preaching program in the Fall Semester of 2001.

John has been married to Julia for 46 years, and they have four adult children, two grandsons, and a tri-color English Cocker Spaniel.  Julia and John enjoy family, friends, and travel which provides him with the opportunity to pursue his interest in photography.

Michael Cheuk first met John in 1986, when Michael was serving as a Baptist Student Union summer missionary to Sydney, Australia, and he and John have maintained a long-distance friendship since then.

 

Called Church Conference  

6:15 pm

We will vote on messengers to the Baptist General Association of Virginia Annual Meeting to be held November 10-11.  If you would like to be a messenger from UBC, please contact Michael Cheuk.

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