UBC Announcement

JUNE 26, 2020

In response to the requirements and suggestions from Harris County and the governor of Texas, we will move back to worshiping together online ONLY effective immediately.
 
What does this mean specifically? 

  • Beginning this Sunday, June 28, we will worship together with live music and sermons via our new live streaming service, but the campus will be closed to onsite worship. Live online services will still be at 9:00 and 11:00 am, led by our worship leaders for each service. UBC en Español will also continue to meet online.

 
Worship with us on our website or YouTube!

  • To worship with us live on the website, go to www.ubc.org/live. The live service should begin at the service time. More broadcast details are available on that page.
  • If you want to watch live on YouTube, we recommend you find the UBCHouston Channel before Sunday and subscribe. That way, you can find us easily on Sunday. When you search for the channel, type "ubchouston" with NO spaces. Find us on your smart TV, phone, iPad, or any other device and join us for worship. www.youtube.com/user/UBCHouston .
  • You can also find and watch the services on-demand after Sunday morning. The services will usually be posted on the UBC Houston app, on YouTube, and our website on Sunday afternoons.

Other important details:
 
There will be no Belonging services beginning this Sunday, June 28. We appreciate those who attend that service and look forward to relaunching when we have our overall schedule back closer to normal. Until then, feel free to join the rest of us at 9 or 11 as we worship online live or on-demand.
 
The Focus Meeting that was scheduled for this Sunday night has been postponed until a later date. More details will follow on when and how that meeting will happen.
 
Often when leaving on a mission trip, our word to remember has been “Flexibility.” Mission trips are full of challenges and sometimes just messy, but they are also wonderful opportunities to watch as the Lord uses each of those challenges for Kingdom purposes. We find ourselves in challenging times that require flexibility but are also filled with seeing the Lord at work.


So be strong and courageous, 
 
David Mobley
Executive Director, University Baptist Church