Sunday mornings at
Underwood Hills:

9:00 – 10:00 am – Bible Study Class (September through May)

10:30 – 11:30 am – Worship service

11:30 – 12:00 noon – Gathering for fellowship and refreshments

Two Bible Study Classes

Do you feel that you don't know much about the Bible, and so entering a bible study class seems overwhelming? Then please join us on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm, starting September 19.  We will be learning how to study the bible.  This will be a six-week class, exploring steps to take in studying scripture.  We will meet in the Shell Conference Room.  Questions?  Please call the church office at 402-397-4318.

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Are you interested in finding out who Joshua was and what his place is in the history of our faith? Then please join us on Sunday mornings, at 9:00 am, beginning September 16.  We will walk with Joshua as he and the Israelites enter the promised land.

Underwood Hills Church Worships Joyfully

Underwood Hills Church gathers Sunday mornings to joyfully worship God, our Creator.  We praise God with a variety of music, a time with children and the message delivered in a variety of ways.  Our worship services engage the senses of sight, sound, touch, taste and smell.  Music permeates the worship service.  Some Sundays, the scripture passage is read in the form of readers' theater.  Other Sundays, we might burn written prayers as an offering to God.  (Yes, fire in the sanctuary!)  You might take home a rock, a shell or a glass marble as a reminder to you of the gospel message from that Sunday morning.  Some Sundays, visual images will convey a message.   

We believe that Christ is present to us in bread and wine.  We celebrate The Lord's Supper on the first and third Sundays of the month.  This celebration brings us together around the table as friends in Christ.

Please join us in praising God on Sunday mornings!

Sermon Series on Prayers in the Bible

One of our new members asked about praying, and about prayers in the bible. That was inspiration for a sermon series.  During September we will be exploring the multiple ways that people of faith have prayed, as recorded in scripture.

September 2:       Prayer for Mercy – Jesus tells a parable about one man seeking God’s mercy.  How can we also pray for mercy?

September 9:       Prayer for Repentance – It is a challenge to admit that we have done wrong.  Yet, the psalmist shows us the way to repentance, which leads to the joy of salvation.

September 16:     Prayer for Deliverance – Sometimes, we are scared.  Jehoshaphat gives us a model for praying for God to be with us.

September 23:     Prayer for Protection – Jabez offers us a prayer for God’s protection when we feel vulnerable.

September 30:     Prayer for Revival – There are times when we have no more energy, no motivation to keep going. Habakkuk calls out to God for renewal.