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

November Sermon Series:  Words to Live By

Often, a short phrase can remind us to live a certain way. During November, we’ll explore scripture passages that give us some words to live by.

November 5:       One Day at a Time – too often, we live in the past or in the future, and not in the moment.  God can only meet us in the present – so, we can live one day at a time.

November 12:      Let Go and Let God – some of us try to control everything, forgetting that we can trust God daily.  When we let go of control, surprising things happen.

November 19:      First Things First – priorities are important.  When we do the first things, first, the rest of life falls into place.

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!

Interfaith Thanksgiving Service 

The Interfaith Thanksgiving Service will be held at First Central Congregational Church, 421 S. 36th St., on Sunday, November 19, at 5:00 pm.  This service is hosted by First Central Congregational Church, Countryside Community Church, First Christian Church, First United Methodist Church, Temple Israel, St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church, Underwood Hills Presbyterian Church, First Unitarian Church and members of the Muslim community.  Jews, Christians and Muslims will share together in giving thanks for the bounty we enjoy.  

The service will abound with music, including a choir of singers from participating congregations, and the blowing of the ram's horn.  It is open to the public. All are invited!