Women's Ministry

The purpose of the Women’s Ministry at UCC is to offer opportunities for fellowship, spiritual growth, service, and leadership development.


Women’s activities include such things as:

Today’s Women:

The women’s service group is called “Today’s Women” and is a very active group that serves the needs of the church and individuals in a variety of ways. Today’s Women exists to promote fellowship, service, missions, and spiritual growth. There are four areas in which women of the church can choose to be involved. Coordinators oversee the planning, implementation, and completion of projects and tasks in each of the four areas. The kitchen area is responsible for funeral dinners, meals for the sick and new mothers. Easter Breakfast, and Thanksgiving dinner. Special events focus on fellowship and spiritual growth through Ladies’ Retreats, Christmas Teas and other events. The decorating coordinator works in conjunction with the other coordinators to make attractive settings for the activities. The fourth area of Today’s Women is service to those within the church and to those outside the church. Women are invited to plug in and be involved in an integral part of the Women’s’ Ministry of University Christian Church. Please contact Teresa Wasson or Pam Taulbee for more detail.

A Woman’s Journey:

The women in this program believe that the Lord will guide them to a closer sisterhood, spiritual growth, and accountability. They pray that God will encourage them and prepare their hearts so that when He calls and says “Follow Me” or “It’s time to leave your comfort zone,” they will be ready to serve. God can and will lead them to new areas of service. Pray that God will be glorified in their endeavors and study, and that a spirit of unity will surround all they do.

Women’s Bible Study:

This group is open to all women and they meet at the Church each Wednesday at 10:00 am

Seniors Singles:

UCC offers a wonderful support group for widows, single seniors, and seniors without a mate for the day. The group was started so that no single woman had to eat alone on Sunday. It is not limited to senior singles, but to any women or widower who want to join this group for lunch. The group meets almost every Sunday after the church service for lunch, usually at a restaurant, the church or the home of one of the church members. The group does not meet on Sunday’s where there is an all church dinner planned at the church and on some holidays. For more information, please talk to Phyllis Osborne or Charlene Decker.