Welcome to Wharton United Community Church!
Where Whoever you are, and Wherever you've been,
the good news is YOU are welcome!
Wherever you've been or whoever you are, you are welcome here!
Workshop: "No Human Being is Illegal"
Building Bridges -a coalition of area Churches addressing relationships between english speaking and Latino/Hispanic populations has invited Winds of the Spirit facilitator (a faith based immigrant rights organization) to help those of us who speak only English understand some of what Hispanic/Latino persons are experiencing in this area.
Sunday Morning Opportunities
Sunday's 10:30 a.m.
Join us for a vital, meaningful, and enjoyable worship in the Sanctuary.
With communion every Sunday,
and coffee hour following worship you will not want to miss this experience.
9:15 - 10:00 a.m.
Small Group Gatherings
Opportunities for all ages!
Children's classes work with the Gospel message for the day each week through storytelling, music, art, crafts and other experiences.
Adult & Youth study starting January 15 and ending February 15th: We're studying Adam Hamilton's book "Half Truths".
Held on 2nd floor in the library.
From March 4-March 25th, we'll be studying The Three Temptations by Howard Thurman.
Sunday's After Church
Following worship, everyone is invited for Coffee Hour in our fellowship hall.
Grab a cup of coffee or tea
and chat with the pastor
and fellow worshipers.
We'd love to meet you!
Sunday, January 15th Worship
During worship on January 15th, those gathered remembered our baptisms while thinking about the things that stop us from accepted God's declaration that we are the very Beloved.
United Church Women's luncheon
On January 14th, 19 women gathered at Four Seasons Restaurant and celebrated the holidays with one another by sharing gifts, playing games and having a fantastic meal by the wonderful staff of Four Seasons Restaurant in Wharton.
New Years Day Love Feast
On January 1st, 2017, we observed the coming of the New Year by experiencing a Love Feast. Those who gathered spent time sharing with each other who they wanted at the table with them that morning who was not there and eating a fantastic New Year's Day brunch. Boy Scout Troop 67 worked with us and helped us serve and eat! an extraordinary breakfast!