Sunday, October 8, 12:30PM
scioto audubon metro park (Map)
The CROP Walk, part of the mission of Church World Service, is an annual walk to raise awareness about and funds to fight world hunger. U.B. Waves will be walking together. We will carpool from UBC after worship, enjoy a tailgate-style lunch, and then walk the short route (a little less than one mile). If you would like to register for the walk or make an online donation, visit the "U.B. Wave Walkers" page on the Columbus CROP Walk site.
The day and time may change, but for now we will be gathering on Thursdays at 6pm for Bible study, beginning October 26. We will meet in the Lower Level meeting area at UBC. Bring your curiosity, questions, doubts, and insights. Come prepared to learn and be challenged. And bring a friend!
Date & Time TBA
UBC is developing a new worship combo that will perform and lead music in a variety of contemporary styles, including rock, jazz, bluegrass, hip hop, and more. If you play an instrument or sing and would like to get in on the ground floor of an innovative new musical group, we invite you to join us.
A flying buttress is a part of a cathedral that supports the walls so that the building does not collapse under its own weight. In this group begun by Sarah Councell Turner, people serve as supportive buttresses to others. They do this by identifying persons who have taken unpopular stands for justice or for an important principle, and then writing notes of support and encouragement to them. Not everyone is called to stand on the front lines in the struggle for LGBTQ rights, racial justice, or other controversial issues, but anyone can be an encourager of those who are.