College Bible Study Class
12:00 pm – Sundays – College Room after the worship service
The UBC College Ministry Coordinator meets with students in the College Room after Sunday worship for discussion and fellowship. Bible study focuses on talking points from each Sunday’s worship scripture. You don’t need to “prepare” for class. Join us to learn about the Bible and grown in your relationship with Christ. Lunch is typically provided by members of the congregation during in-person gatherings but is currently not offered.
Full and part-time students from all colleges and universities are welcome!
UBC College Ministry Coordinator Intern – Samantha Shaw
For more information, please contact Hollie Motley, Office Manager.
Mission Opportunities for Students
Listed below are some of UBC’s mission opportunities. Please contact the office to get in touch with Rhonda Bangert for more information about mission opportunities.
Prison Ministry: This ministry serves men at the Low Security Correctional Facility in Butner, NC. Volunteers are needed to provide support and encouragement through notes and letters.
Chinese Scholars: Visiting Scholars from China meet at UBC for meals, fellowship, and Christian education, as well as to practice their English. This ministry needs volunteers to help set up/clean up the community room and/or visit with our Chinese guests at their weekly Friday night dinners which start at 5:45 pm. Volunteers with an interest in child care and Bible teaching are also needed.
Chin Families: Approximately 20 families from Myanmar (formerly Burma) are here as religious refugees. Volunteers are needed for a variety of activities that include providing assistance for: furniture, clothing (3 family donations yearly), financial and in-kind donations for Christmas and Easter. A special ministry is directed towards the Chin Children, and volunteers are needed Saturday and/or Sunday nights (7-9 pm).
Habitat for Humanity: For many years the college students at UBC have participated in Habitat activities.
MLK Community Room: Many groups use our MLK Community Room each week. English as a Second Language, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Chinese Church, and Chin Families. There is an ongoing effort to keep this area clean and welcoming, as well as a special event once a year on MLK Holiday when dozens of volunteers are needed for deep cleaning.