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Sunday Worship Services

We gather each Sunday to hear the Word of God and receive His presence and promises to us in Holy Communion, praising the Lord through prayer, song, and fellowship. Find more here.

Grow

As we pursue life with Jesus, we want to be more like Him by living with soft hearts, engaged minds, open hands, and whole spirits. UALC offers a variety of resources to support this growth, including organized Small Groups and ongoing Growth Workshops. Click Here to learn more

Serve

We are commited to meeting the real needs in our community and around the world. We all have daily opportunities to notice God at work and join in. Click Here to learn more about opportunities to serve. 

Small Groups

Small Groups are one of the primary experiences of Christian community at UALC. A small group is a band of brothers and/or sisters in Christ where you can know and be known, love and be loved, care and be cared for, and grow in Christ together. Small groups meet 3-4 times per month all across town and new groups are always forming. Visit ualc.org/smallgroups for more information. 

Missional Living

We believe that our neighborhoods, workplaces, and communities are places where we have opportunity to join Jesus where He is at work in the lives of others, serving them and sharing the hope that is ours in Christ. Find more here.

Growth Workshops

Covering a wide range of topics, Growth Workshop meet us right where we need to mature and prepare us for what’s next in life. Families, individuals, and sometimes whole small groups participate in workshops from time to time to carve out space for phase-specific growth and faith conversations that may not happen otherwise. Click Here for more information.

Daily Worship - Time With God

The rhythms of our week shape the values in our homes. Between Sundays we worship God at home through studying the Bible, prayer, fasting, laughing with family, sharing a meal with a neighbor, or doing our best at work. Worshiping God with everything means that everything can be worship when we do for God’s glory with an awareness of His presence. Click on this link to access our Daily Bible readings and resources for your time with God.

Joining the Family and Mission of UALC

UALC is a dynamic family always welcoming new people. Our Joining the Family and Mission of UALC Workshop is built for those who want to learn more about UALC, meet people, and join our community in following Jesus together. Led by pastors and  staff, it’s the best way to get connected and understand how we are living out our mission and vision. 


Contact Jeff Morlock. 

Youth Ministries

Children and teens age 3 through high school can find age appropriate resources and connection points. Click here for more information

Baptism Workshop

Offered online each second Sunday of the month

We offer the sacrament to members and non-members, children and adults alike. If you are parents of a young child, you'll first attend a Baptism Workshop (attendance is required for the first child only). Workshops are now offered online on the second Sunday of every month, 1:00-2:00 pm or by appointment. Parents will hear UALC’s strategy for partnering with families throughout all the phases from birth to college. Adults who've never been baptized but have put their faith in Jesus can contact one of our pastors to talk about being baptized. Find details and register here

Contact David White, 614-451-3736, ext 4691.

Prayer Requests

Need prayer or want to join us in prayer? We pray for those who desire prayer for any need. Find details. Contact: Becki Bork.

UALC Young Professionals

Connect and build relationships with others in their 20s and 30s through monthly fellowship and service events. Contact Christina Marian

Current Volunteer Opportunities

Our UALC ministries and many of our mission partners are in deep need of help, and we are asking for our community to step up and engage in serving. Please click here to look through the list of current opportunities.

Weekly Middle School (MSM) Group

MSM Group is a fun, welcoming community where middle schoolers can come to grow, connect, and play lots of games with friends. We meet every Sunday during the school year from 4:30-6:30 pm at our Lytham Road Campus, for small groups and a few large group games. New friends are always welcome. Contact: Kelsey Bacon

UALC Mission Partners

We are passionately invested with our mission partners. We seek to serve our world and invite our neighbors to catch the love of Christ as we serve together to meet real needs in our community. We serve regularly and lead others to serve as we give generously of our time, talent, and treasure. Click here to learn more about our mission partners and local serving opportunities.

Festa: Serving Our Neighbors

Festa seeks to end poverty through life-changing relationships with neighbors and God, focusing principally on the poor living in the suburbs. Learn More

Festa 3-Generation Family ESL program

One of the principal partnerships between UALC and Festa is a full family English as a Second Language program, both in-person and online. Learn More about Festa.

God's Hygiene Help Center

Our mission is to help people in need and living in poverty to live more dignified and comfortable lives. We provide hygiene products, feminine hygiene products, school supplies and winter accessories to people who cannot provide these items for themselves. Learn More. 

HARP - Helping Appalachian Rural People

Helping Appalachian Rural People is a Christian organization that works to serve people seeking self-sufficiency, leading to independence by providing spiritual, emotional, and material support. Learn More.

Heart to Honduras (HTH)

Heart to Honduras seeks to form disciples who will transform their world -- to foster thriving Honduran communities by developing the gifts and capacities of visionary, engaged, local leaders.   In addition, UALC supports Kaleb and Stacey Eldridge who are key HTH workers in Honduras. Contact ggarrett@hth.org, www.hth.org.

International Friendship, Inc. (IFI)

International Friendship seeks to extend life-changing hospitality and friendship to international students out of reverence for Jesus.  In addition, UALC specifically supports Rich Mendola (executive director) and Jason Pinschenat (national mobilization director). Find lots more information here. Contact International Friendships; columbus.ifipartners.org. UALC Contact: Jerry Cable.

Lutheran Church of South Sudan (LCSS)

The Lutheran Church of South Sudan is currently living as refugees in several neighboring countries, with its headquarters in Gambela, Ethiopia.  We support their seminary, nursing school, and women's programs. 


Current ways to engage:

  • Financial support by giving to UALC Mission Fund, ualc.org/give.

  • Short-term medical mission team
    We are looking for medical professionals of all types for the next trip including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, physician assistants, and others. No specific trip dates have been selected for a mission trip. The earliest will be January 2022. Contact: Donna Locher

Worship Volunteers

Many volunteers are needed to help make our Sunday Gatherings possible each week. Please contact Aaron Thompson if you are interested in taking the next step to find a place to serve.

First Communion (5th Grade and Older)

Elementary student and parents – 3 sessions

Hear and learn how Jesus comes to us and gives us himself through communion and baptism. At the end of this workshop, kids have an opportunity to be baptized if needed, and encouraged to start taking communion regularly with our congregation. Next workshop will be in winter, 2023.


Contact: Melissa Davis

Kids' Church (3 yrs - 5th Grade)

For 3-year-olds – fifth graders

We are so excited for the Kids' Church 2021-22 school year at both our Mill Run and Lytham Road Campuses. It goes from August 29, 2021-May, 2022. (No pre-registration is necessary this year.) All children ages 3-fifth grade meet at 9:00 or 11:00 am for an engaging experience with Bible teaching and small group time. Click here for more info

UALC Mission Trips

We sponsor annual, short-term mission trips. Each trip has at least one specific focus, such as medical outreach, children's camp, or construction. Go to ualc.org/serve for current information, or reach out to Pastor Dave Mann for updates on upcoming trips. 

Discover Your Spiritual Gifts

As a believer, each person is an important part of the Body of Christ. God has blessed you with specific spiritual gifts to use in serving Him and others. This inspiring, four-session workshop will help you identify those gifts and how they work together with your personal style and passions. Serving God with your gifts can be life-changing and rewarding. Contact Terry Starr

UALC Preschool and Kindergarten

For over 40 years, we have offered high quality, part-time programs for 3-, 4-, 5- year-olds. Children experiment, investigate, create and discover in an environment based on Christian values. Information, registration and class descriptions. Contact:  Jodi Coleman or call 614-451-3736, ext 4633.

Living in a Digital World (3rd grade and older)

Elementary student and parents – 1 session
Our kids use devices and need guidance and wisdom from you, their parent, along with their faith community.  You'll walk away with a framework to guide you and your child as they grow. Contact Melissa Davis

The Ten Commandments Workshop

6th-8th graders and parents | 4 sessions (online only)
Learn the meaning of the Ten Commandments and their value in life today. Register for the online workshop here. The online format is especially helpful for students who need to catch up with UALC workshops. Fee is $10 per student. Contact Kelsey Bacon

The Lord's Prayer Workshop

6th-8th graders and parents - 4 sessions (online only)
Learn the meaning of the Lord’s Prayer and how to pray. Register for the online workshop here. The online format is especially helpful for students who need to catch up. Fee is $10 per student.

The Apostles' Creed Workshop

6th-8th graders and parents - 4 sessions (online only)
Learn what it means to believe in God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The online format is especially helpful for students who need to catch up. Contact Kelsey Bacon. Fee is $10 per student. Register here.

High School (HSM) Group

Join other teens in a discipling community, where we check in on each other, study the Bible, pray, and serve others together. We meet in a bi-weekly rhythm of HSM at Lytham Road (community weeks) and HSM Small Groups (at-home small groups). Both are from 4:00-6:00 pm. For information and to get plugged in, contact Dan Kidd.

Nursery - Worship Information

Jesus said, “Let the children come to me.” We value intergenerational worship at UALC! God also put the wiggle in children, so don’t feel like you have to suppress them in worship. Feel free to bring a bag of fun to keep hands busy, while your kids take in way more than we give them credit for as they worship with you. The nursery (for ages 3 months - 3 years) is available at both campuses during the 9:00 and 11:00 am services. You can also stream services at home at ualc.org/worship. Questions? Contact UALC Nursery

Season For Giving

As we move into the holiday season, many UALC ministries and partners are looking for additional help and resources. We call this the "Season for Giving." Click here for the list of current needs.

Following Jesus in the Second Half (of Life) Workshop

Explore God's call in this next phase of life as well as opportunities to grow, serve, and impact your world. Discover biblical resources that address the challenges and the opportunities.


Contact: Jeff Morlock.

Following Jesus with Your Grandkids

A growth workshop for grandparents who desire to nurture grandchildren in their faith development and leave a legacy of faith.


Contact Jeff Morlock.

Confirmation Capstone (9th-12th Graders)

9th-12th graders and parents (1st session with parents)
UALC celebrates this important season where students begin the adult life of following Jesus. Delve deeper into the foundations of the Christian faith and learn practical ways to be a daily follower of Jesus. Please attend at least one retreat or camp and one mission trip prior to Confirmation Capstone. Contact: Dan Kidd

Can I Ask That? (9th-12th Graders)

From the very beginning, faithful followers of God have embraced our curiosities. The Bible abounds with big, difficult, important questions. Part of being a Christian in a community of Christians is exploring—fearlessly and earnestly—how our faith makes particular claims on every part of our lives: heart, soul, mind, and strength. This course will address the question. and doubts our HSM students express. Contact: Dan Kidd

Women of the Word (WOW)

Meet, pray, and discuss with other women as you grow in your understanding of the Christian faith. Join us for our six-week spring study: "Acts-Awakening to God in Everyday Life." Includes video teaching, small group discussion, and prayer. Offered at the following times:

  • Tuesdays, 6:45-8:45 pm - Lytham Road (begins 3/8)

  • Thursdays, 9:15-11:15 am - Lytham Road (begins 3/10) (Childcare available)

  • Thursdays, 12:30-2:30 pm - Mill Run (begins 3/10) 

  • Saturdays, 9:15-11:15 am - Lytham Road (begins 3/12)

Register here. Cost is $2 (participants should purchase the study guide on their own). For women age 18 and older. Friends, neighbors and co-workers are invited. Contact: Christie Masheter.

Teen Connect

A dedicated space for teens at both campuses, open after each service on Sundays. Donuts, games, and hanging out with other teens and youth leaders. Contact Kelsey Bacon.

SE Ohio / HARP Mission Trip

SE Ohio/HARP Mission short-term mission trip

Wednesday, June 8th - Saturday noon, June 11th

Activities include bed-building, construction, prayer & care, and warehouse organization. Cost for hotel stay - $275. Warehouse stay - $175 (Fee includes room and board, as well as all meals).

Click here to apply. Contact Becky Armstrong

Financial Peace University (FPU)

FPU is a nine-week series where you'll learn how to manage your finances and get out of debt. You can prepare for your future; be it family, education, or retirement. 


Contact Bill and Dena Schnupp.

Congregational Meeting

2022 Congregational Meetings:

  • April meeting will be on Sunday, April 24, at MR beginning at 12:30 pm with a light lunch in Fellowship Hall

  • September meeting will be on Sunday, September 25, at LR beginning at 12:30 pm with a light lunch in Fellowship Hall


The 2021 Fall Congregational Meeting was held on Sunday, Sept. 26. The annual budget was approved and an update was given from Pastor Steve. Go to ualc.org/council for more information.

UALC Mobile App

Find all kinds of resources on our app, including links to our Daily Worship Blog, sermon discussion questions, and online giving just to name a few. Click Here to download app

Alpha

Alpha is an 8-session workshop for anyone who wants to explore the meaning of life, contemplate Jesus for the first time, or enhance their faith. The video teaching and group discussions present the basic, universal elements of Christianity. The intent of Alpha is to answer the biggest questions of life by pointing people to God through a relationship with Jesus Christ. This life changing experience will better equip you to deal with life in this chaotic world. You may also use the materials in your small group and have a facilitator join your typical schedule. Contact UALC Alpha or David White.

Vacation Bible School (VBS)

VBS has a long standing tradition at our church and within our communities. Children learn Bible stories, sing favorite VBS songs, play games, and create art projects. 


Join us June 13-17. Click here for more information and registration. Contact Melissa Davis

Carol Choir

For children in grades 3-6. We sing, enjoy high-energy games, look in the Bible, enjoy a winter late-night retreat and a Spring Musical. We sing in Sunday and holiday church services. New children are always welcome. Meets on Wednesdays, Sept. 1, 2021-May 4, 2022, at Lytham Road, from 4:00-5:30 pm (optional game time from 3:30-4:00 pm). Cost is $20 per family. Register here. Contact: Brittany Burkey and Dulcy Delcamp. Email Carol Choir for information.

Following Jesus in Your Marriage

Marriage is God’s idea. Not only is his image reflected in the relationship between husband and wife, but he supplies all that is necessary to make couples thrive. This three-session workshop is designed to strengthen your most intimate human relationship. Discover biblical principles and foundational tools to improve the health and happiness of your life together. Leaders are Greg Schad, director of Crossroads counseling, Stacy Schad, and Pastor Jeff. The workshop is open to individuals and small groups.  


Contact Jeff Morlock for more info.

Following Jesus After Isolation

Find your “new normal” with this two-session workshop that digs into what Jesus is leading you from and what He is leading you toward. We’ll discuss rhythms of life that keep God at the center as culture re-opens. Registration is open to individuals and small groups. Pastor David White will help pin down any logistics. Contact David White. There is no fee. Register here.

Finding God in Your Workplace

Learn how your workplace can be a place to follow Jesus' call to love God, others and be part of His mission. Three sessions available for small groups or individuals, led by a facilitator. Contact Jeff Morlock. Register here.

Celebrate Recovery®

Anyone struggling with life issues such as alcoholism, overeating, codependency, sexual brokenness, or financial problems can find help here. Celebrate Recovery is a Christian, 12-step program dealing with all sorts of hurts, habits and hang-ups. Meets Thursdays, 7:00-8:30 pm at Lytham Road.  Ask more information through our confidential email: Celebrate Recovery.

Financial Aid, Scholarships, or Material Assistance

•  For questions or information regarding financial assistance, contact our Care Administrator, Becki Bork, 614-451-3736, ext 4634.

•  For scholarships for our children's programs, contact Melissa Davis

AWANA® Clubs

For children beginning at age 3. We teach about the Bible and train kids to follow the example of Jesus Christ. Children earn uniforms and use workbooks at home. Club meets during the school year. More information. New children are always welcome. Contact: email AWANA.

Middle School (MSM) Mission Experiences

Throughout the year, we have multiple service opportunities. We go on a local mission trip serving throughout Columbus in the summer. We also do a two-day poverty-focused mission experience called the Micro Mission in the spring, as well as other one-off service experiences throughout the school year. Contact Kelsey Bacon

Hilliard Helps Resource System

A free website listing all programs in Hilliard that help families in need. Visit www.HilliardHelps.org for information. Organized by Serving Our Neighbors (SON) Ministries: bringing hope to children and families in need in the Hilliard area. Contact: Kim Emch

UALC Community Garden

The Community Garden at Mill Run supplies 15,000 lbs of fresh produce for individuals and families in Hilliard and surrounding areas. For vegetables, or to help in the garden (full families welcome), contact our garden stewards with any questions. Come on out on Saturday mornings, we have all the tools you'll need, (early spring-late fall). Contact: Todd Marti, or Irma Chon

UALC Weddings

If you're a member, you are welcome to contact the UALC office to discuss scheduling your wedding service and reception at our Lytham Road or Mill Run Campus. For more information, contact Nichole Bellair

Soup-er Bowl Sunday - Lutheran Social Services (LSS)

What does offering have to do with the Super Bowl? We typically collect soup donations in February for the "soup-er bowl"... 20% of your offering supports mission partners locally and around the world, and as a congregation, this year we are contributing $5000 from the UALC mission fund to support the efforts of Lutheran Social Services. They have the ability to greatly increase the buying power of this financial donation and purchase more food. This is just one small example of how your offering multiplies to support critical work in our community and around the world. If you’re interested in additional donations, they have some specific in-kind donation needs as well. You can drop off these non-perishable donations in the wooden bins at both campuses through the month of February.

Family Serve (Community Garden)

For small groups, individuals, and families with kids of all ages are welcome. Join us at the UALC Community Garden for a brief discussion on what Jesus has to say about putting our faith into action. Then we will work together in the garden that feeds people in our neighborhoods. Small groups can set up a time and date that works for you. Contact: Melissa Davis

Red Cross Blood Drive

Held every other month on Saturdays from 8:00 am-12:45 pm at Lytham Road. Register online or check your donation time at the Red Cross national site, click here. Sponsor Code is UALC. For additional information or to volunteer, contact Paul Schmitt, email Blood Drive.

LIFEwalk Ministries

Provides emotional and spiritual support through prayer for those going through difficult times. Please inquire via email. Contact:  Kim Greene, email LIFEwalk.


Festa 3-Generation Family ESL Program
(English as a Second Language)

A full family program for ages 3 months – grandparent age. Adults learn English while their children, ages 3 months – high school, enjoy early literacy, tutoring/homework help and pro-social recreation programming. For information, visit the website here or contact Kim Emch.

Clothes Closet

Folding clothes to the Glory of God to people in need everywhere! Donations can be placed in the bins marked 'Clothes Closet' at both Mill Run and Lytham Road Campuses. Questions or would like to volunteer, Contact: Cathy Shaw

Festa Summer Lunch Camp

A USDA Summer Food Service Program partnership between Festa and UALC for children in, grades K–12, who are facing poverty.  We serve in many offsite locations in the summer months.  Children also join camp with crafts, games, books and supervised activities. For information, visit the website here or contact Kim Emch.

Hope Connection Support Group

Support for those with friends or family who have mental health issues; come to share, learn and be encouraged. Contact:  Kathy Felty.

Nursery Staffing

The nursery is seeking Jesus-loving, caring, nurturing staff who love babies and toddlers. Each Sunday and during the week, we offer nursery care at both Lytham Road and Mill Run. We are in need of more workers to provide for the needs of parents who would like to participate in a worship service and weekday ministry program. Your commitment is flexible whether one day, or more per month. This is a paid position. To apply to serve, contact Nursery Coordinator for an application and information.

Volunteer - Kids' Church

We are looking for adults who love Jesus and love kids. Volunteering consists of serving as small group leaders each Sunday morning throughout the school year. Depending on the age group you volunteer in, your Sunday morning commitment looks a little different. For Preschool leaders you lead a group for the entire worship hour with teaching a Bible story, playing, singing, and leading activities. Kindergarten- 5th grade have Kids’ Church small groups for about 20 minutes during the worship service. Leaders teach the Bible lesson, connect with kids by praying and playing a game each week. All curriculum is provided, and all activities are prepped for you, ready for you to use each Sunday morning. Most weeks this is a two-hour commitment (the majority of which will take place on Sunday). If you would like to apply, click here to fill out the form. If you have any questions about Kids’ Ministry, contact Melissa Davis.

Volunteer - Middle School Ministry (MSM)

We are looking for individuals of any age who love Jesus and desire to love and serve middle schoolers. As a volunteer, you can serve as a small group leader, helping to facilitate the events of MSM and discipling students in a small group, or on the hospitality team, which helps with set up, tear down, check-in, and food. Volunteers serve on Sundays throughout the school year, meet regularly with their fellow leaders to grow together, and have the opportunity to join and lead students on mission trips, retreats, camp, and other special events. Most weeks this is a 3-4 hour commitment (the majority of which will take place on Sunday). If you would like to apply, click here to fill out the form. If you have any questions about being an MSM Volunteer Leader, contact Kelsey Bacon.

Volunteer - High School Ministry (HSM)

We are looking for individuals who love the Lord and enjoy serving, befriending, and discipling young people. Our volunteer leaders are a valued part of a community that is committed to discipling our high schoolers. Volunteers serve as small group facilitators each Sunday throughout the school year, they pray with and for our students regularly, and have the opportunity to join and lead students on mission trips, retreats, and other special events. Most weeks this is a 3-4 hour commitment (the majority of which will take place on Sunday). If you would like to apply, click here to fill out the form. If you have any questions about being an HSM Volunteer Leader, contact Dan Kidd.

Kairos Cookies

Calling all bakers! Kairos needs chocolate chip cookies for Kairos Prison Ministry Weekends!


Bake and pack one dozen cookies per one-quart ziplock bag. These should be homemade chocolate chip cookies. Insert one dozen cookies in each one-quart ziplock bag (no bags with zipper tabs), and mark them with "Kairos" and store in the Mill Run or Lytham Road general freezers. 


Check out this impact video testimony. 


Contact: Paul Nordman, Steve Bruns, Dave Foster, Brad Hyatt, or Andy Kientz.

UALC Bed Brigade

A volunteer group that provides simple, handmade bed frames, mattresses and bedding to those in need in our communities. Contact:Dale Cory

Food Pantries

The Lutheran Social Services Food Pantry serves the hungry around central Ohio. Visit the LSS Website here for information. Contact:  Lutheran Social Services of Central Ohio, 614-443-5130

Widows' Group

All widows welcome at any time for book discussion and prayer. Contact:  Jan Fitz.

Adult Sunday School

Join one of our Sunday morning groups as we delve deep into the Bible and learn from God's Word. Click here for more information.

Women's Bootcamp

Join other women and take an opportunity to be refreshed and renewed as the Lord speaks to your heart. This weekend's focus is based on the book "Captivating" by Stasi Eldredge. You'll explore key questions about who God intends you to be and the spiritual battle for your heart. The weekend is at the Eagles Wing Lodge in the Hocking Hills about an hour from Columbus. Download the brochure for more information. Cost is $285. 


Next weekend is May 27-30. Register here. Contact: Amy Adams.

Volunteer - Video & Production Teams

We're looking for volunteers to help on Sundays with our video production. Training provided, please reach out to Alex Bacon

Men's Bootcamp Weekend

John Eldredge, author of "Wild at Heart," will help us explore key questions about who we are as men, who God intends us to be and the spiritual battles that surround us. It’s a time of peace and introspection, healing and restoration, laughter and camaraderie, and a charge to become the warrior and lover you were meant to be. Watch a Wild at Heart trailer video about the material.

Bring your fishing gear for the stocked pond, your hiking boots for the trails or swimsuit for the hot tub. But most importantly,  get ready to experience God and brotherhood like you never have before. Cost: $295. Watch a UALC video about the weekend.


Weekends are offered at various times throughout the year. Upcoming: June  9-12. Register here. Contact: Jeff Schuster for more information.

MOPS (Mothers Of Preschoolers)

Provides social, physical, spiritual and creative opportunities for moms with young children—birth through kindergarten, and expecting moms. We meet in person September 21, 2021-May 16, 2022 on the first and third Tuesdays of the month, from 9:30-11:00 am. Join us and enjoy guest speakers, sisterhood, and meaningful conversation. Cost is $125 for the year and includes childcare. We also have a night Zoom meeting option from 8:00-9:30 pm with a cost of $35. Register here. Contact: Meredith Scott or Alison Thibaut, email MOPS.

UALC Library

UALC has a library at each campus filled with engaging, faith-based resources! Convenient self-checkout system and an online catalog! Bibles, Books, DVDs, and audio resources for all ages. 


Click Here to access the online library card catalog


How Do I Check Out an Item?
We use a self-checkout procedure — directions are posted on the desks. Please return items promptly so we can continue to circulate the excellent resources that God has provided. If you need to keep materials longer, please let us know. Locked DVD display cases are located near the receptionist's desk and may be accessed when a receptionist is on duty.


• Books and music circulate for one month.
• DVDs should be returned next Sunday.

• Return items to either building.


Need Help? Contact UALC library

Facebook Community Groups

Join a campus-specific Facebook group to connect with others within your campus community. Campus Pastors David White and Joe Valentino lead the groups. Join the Mill Run Community Group here. Join the Lytham Road Community Group here.

Mission Moment Videos

Learn more about our mission partners through our Mission Moment videos here.

"GRANDS" Small Group

A group of grandparents meeting to study God's Word and encourage one another as we strive to help our grandchildren follow Jesus. This group meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month, 9:30-11:00 am at Lytham Road. All grandparents and step-grandparents are welcome. Contact: Christine Thompson.

Kids' Camp (Summer)

Kids’ Camp is for kids finishing grades 2-5 for five-days and four-nights at Woodland Lakes Camp in Amelia, Ohio. UALC members, non-members and friends welcome. Come hear and sing about Jesus, as we make new friends  swim, traverse a climbing wall, zipline and more!


Summer Camp 2022 will be July 17-21. Cost is $350. Registration deadline is June 19. Register here.


Contact: Melissa Davis

Middle School Summer Camp

Middle School Camp is for students finishing grades 6-8. We go to Woodland Lakes Christian Camp in Amelia, Ohio for a week of outdoor adventures, awesome teaching and worship, and hanging with friends. UALC members, non-members and friends welcome.


Summer Camp 2022 will be July 12-16. Cost is $375. Registration deadline is June 19. Register here. 


Contact: Kelsey Bacon or call 614-451-3736, ext. 4661.

Family Camp at Cedar Bay

Located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, just 45 minutes from the Mackinac Bridge. This 30-year UALC tradition gathers more than 100 members and their friends.  Accommodations include camping to lodges ranging from single-family units to ten-bedroom lodges. With 500 acres and six miles of beautiful Lake Huron shoreline, Cedar Bay provides lots of recreation including sailing, swimming, hiking and fun for all ages. Each day has opportunities for growth and refreshment as we grow together in Christ. The camp is located in Cedarville, find the map here.


Join us this summer July 30-August 5. Cost dependent on lodging choice. Registration is now closed. 


Contact: Pastor David White

UALC Ministry Teams

Because we believe that everyone has gifts from God for ministry, various ministry teams are formed to carry out community outreach through youth and adults. To learn about serving on a ministry team, contact Jeff Morlock.

UALC Calendar

Find out what's happening at our church by viewing the church calendar. Click here.

Mission and Seminarian Financial Support

UALC provides financial support for seminarians and the mission work of both individuals and

agencies. Our Missions Committees are responsible for the screening process that qualifies this

funding. Please click here for additional information. 

Seven Day Bible Art Challenge

All artists are invited to participate in the fifth annual UALC 7 Day Bible Art Challenge competition. Youth and adult artists have one week to create an artwork based on a passage from the Bible. Artwork is juried and cash prizes are awarded. Download more information here. 


Registration deadline: April 17. Competition: April 20-27. Awards and gallery show opening May 8.


Contact: visualarts@ualc.org

Kairos Prison Ministry

The mission of the Kairos Prison Ministry is to share the transforming love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ to impact the hearts and lives of incarcerated men, women and youth, as well as their families,to become loving and productive citizens of their communities. www.kairosohio.org. Contact: Jim Daily

Men To Men (M2M)

M2M (Men to Men) helps UALC’s men fulfill their call from God to lead in their homes, church, and community. Weekly Bible studies in neighborhood groups, special training events and outreach. Download the M2M groups here. Men's Bootcamp is a weekend retreat offered at various times throughout the year. Contact: Carl D'Onofrio or Jeff Schuster.

Worship Team

Share God-given musical talents for events or worship. Consider serving on either Kids’ Church or adult Sunday worship teams Contact: Aaron Thompson

Lytham Road Sanctuary Choir

Provides anthems and vocal support for congregational singing at the Lytham Road campus. No audition necessary. Contact: Tim Krock

Choir Leader: Brian Carlton

Athletes in Action – Rick & Karen Rogers

The Rogers are involved in the administration and discipling ministry of Athletes In Action, who dream of a day when there are Christ-followers on every team, in every sport, in every nation. Find information here.

Cru - Jacob & Elizabeth Wershing

Reaching university students in the name of Jesus at Central Michigan and Saginaw Valley State to win them to Christ, build them in their relationship and community, and send them into the world as His laborers. Contact Jacob Wershing.

Gideons

Telling people about Jesus through associating together for service, sharing personal testimony, and by providing Bibles and New Testaments. While we are often recognized for our work with hotels, we also place and distribute Scriptures in strategic locations so they are available to those who want them, as well as to those who may not know they need them. Follow the Gideons Intl. Blog here.

Helping Hands Health & Wellness Center

The mission of the Helping Hands Health and Wellness Center is to be the caring hands of Jesus to provide medical care, health education, counseling and social services to those with needs.  Helping Hands Health and Wellness Center is a community, faith based, free medical clinic that serves uninsured and underinsured adults whose income is at or below 400% of the federal poverty guidelines. 614-262-5094. Located at: 5100 Karl Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229.

Kairos Torch Prison Ministry

Kairos Torch shares the mission of Kairos Prison Ministry in reaching specifically the youngest inmates among the incarcerated. Contact:  Jim Dailywww.mykairos.org.

Kindway Prison Ministry

Kindway invests in the lives of those impacted by incarceration, particularly during the 12 months prior to and the 12 months following release from prison. Contact:  Christine Money ; www.kindway.org.

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