Sunday Morning Table Talks

9:15 to 10:15 am in the Student Building

What to do when life just seems like a lot?
Do you know what it feels like to feel like everything is everywhere? Overwhelming, stressful, justa lot. Well, today’s teenagers may know that feeling more than any generation that’s gone beforethem. In our new 3-week series about stress students will be reminded that God cares for them,God uses other people to help them, and that joy is always a choice. By the end of these 3-weeks,students will have a healthy, helpful, and encouraging view of what to do when life just feels like a lot.
Everything changes when Jesus shows up!
When someone new arrives, everything changes. That was never truer than Christmas day, about 2000 yearsago. When The Word became flesh and blood and moved into the neighborhood (John 1:14 MSG), everythingchanged for everyone. This Christmas, we’re going to take a few weeks to talk about what exactly this means fortoday’s teenager. We’ll start by focusing on the fact that Jesus brough a new way to live, when He showed up.Then, in week 2, we’ll talk about why Jesus is meant to be experienced, not just explained. Then week 3, we’llcelebrate the season with a Christmas party and a short talk inviting students to follow Jesus and discover the fulllife He offered to everyone. This Christmas, students will discover why everything changes when Jesus shows up.

Table Talk groups will not meet on December 24th and December 31st.

Wednesday Night Schedule

November 1st--Crocs & Christmas for Sandy Bay
November 8th--Regular Midweek Worship
November 15th--Regular Midweek Worship
November 22nd--Regular Midweek Worship
November 29th--Regular Midweek Worship
December 6th--Night at the Heights—Battle of the Small Groups
December 20th--UHSM Christmas Party
January 3rd--Regular Midweek Worship

JOY Ministry for Special Needs

JOY Ministry is dedicated to providing environments that help develop the spiritual, physical & emotional lives of special needs children and students while also providing support for their families. If you would like to learn more about our Special Needs Ministry, click HERE.