Since 1854, University Baptist Church has welcomed the wise and the simple, the proud and the broken, the strong and the weak. We are a loving congregation, intent upon following Jesus and determined to encourage thoughtful, spirited faith.
We believe God speaks to every person through the mystery of Holy Spirit, and we see ourselves as spiritual midwives, assisting in revealing the personal grace-gifts we each have received from our loving Creator.
Come join us.
~ Dr. Mitchell Simpson
“How My Faith Informs My Work”
January 16 – February 20
Memorial Chapel – 6 pm
Children’s Music & Missions – Children’s Hall, 6 pm
Carolina Choir in Worship
from the University of North Carolina
Sunday, March 3
Sanctuary – 11 am
Ash Wednesday Service
Wednesday, March 6
6 pm – Sanctuary
Soup & Sound – Lenten Fellowship
During this Lenten season, join us in the Great Hall on five consecutive Tuesdays at
12 pm for a hot bowl of soup and a short concert by invited artists at 12:30 pm. Let us fellowship together this brief hour and then return to our work and daily activities. Here are some of the musicians:
March 12 – Dr. Molly Barnes, violin
March 19 – Hunter Hoyle, piano
March 26 – Emily Hynes, soprano
April 2 – Charles Pettee
April 9 – Abby Bergman, flute
March 17, 24, and 31 at 9:30 am
Office Conference Room
Learn more about UBC and our ministries.
Chapel Hill/Carrboro Crop Walk
Sunday, March 24
Join the UBC team to walk to fight hunger! Starts at 1:30 pm. Sign up or donate at www.crophungerwalk.org/chapelhillnc
For more info contact Anna Cherry, team leader.
Women’s Sunday – March 31
Sanctuary – 11 am
Speaker: Dr. Lydia Hoyle, Campbell University Divinity School
Lydia H. Hoyle teaches courses in the areas of Christian history, American religion, and Baptist history. Prior to coming to Campbell in 2003, she was a religion professor at Georgetown College. Her research interests and publications have included work in the areas of women and missions, children and mission education, Baptist history, and women in ministry. Currently, she is working on a study of Baptists and children.
Dr. Hoyle is married to Rick Hoyle, a social psychologist at Duke University. They are the parents of three children: Matthew, Michael, and Jessica. In addition to her involvement in a local congregation, Dr. Hoyle teaches, preaches, and leads retreats in churches across the state.
Find a class for YOU on Sundays at 9:45 am
Children Classes – K-5th grades – Children’s Hall
Youth Class – 3rd floor
College Class – College Room, 3rd floor @ 12 noon
Insko Class – 2nd floor
Open Door – 2nd floor
Faithweavers – Memorial Chapel
Sojourners – Hospitality Room, 2nd floor