Sermon Series:  Significant Events of the Exodus

After the sons of Jacob settled in Egypt, they were there for several hundred years.  The new Pharaoh forgot who Joseph was and enslaved the Hebrews, as they were known.  God sent Moses to free the Hebrews from slavery in Egypt.  The stories of the Exodus are foundational to people of faith.  During September, we will be exploring what happened as the Hebrews left Egypt, left slavery and trusted God for a new life.

September 10:  Birth of Moses

September 17:  God's Call to Moses 

September 24:  What is Passover?

October 1:         Parting of the Red Sea


Sunday mornings at
Underwood Hills:

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

9:45 – 10:15 am – Choir rehearsal (September through May)

10:30 – 11:30 am – Worship service

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

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!

Annually, Underwood Hills participates in an Interfaith Thanksgiving service along with First United Methodist Church, Temple Israel, St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church, First Christian Church, Hanscom Park United Methodist Church and members of the Muslim community.  Jews, Christians and Muslims share together in giving thanks for the bounty we enjoy.  The service is filled with music, including a choir of singers from participating congregations, and the blowing of the ram's horn.