Go therefore and make disciples of all nations
Mission at UPPC is defined as the movement of God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit sending God’s people (the Church) into the world to declare the gospel in life, word and deeds. Our service serves as an example of God’s activity in the world, as we strive to be the love of Jesus locally, intentionally, spontaneously and tangibly.
A New Refugee Family
Safe Haven Refugee Ministry
We are excited to again host a newly-arrived refugee family in our community this fall! Our Good Neighbor Team is in place to help them adjust, but we need your support to help make their new place a home. Visit the link below to find out what items are needed, and how you can help!
October 15-16 | 8AM - 3PM
UPPC is hosting a simulcast site for this year’s Replanted Conference – a time for foster, adoptive and kinship parents to be refreshed, equipped, and inspired. Register to attend or volunteer to help.
Safe Haven Refugee Ministry
Since 2015 UPPC has worked to support refugees in our area. Growing from housing assistance and teams to help a family learn how to live in a new country, our ministry continues to expand. We now provide English classes, supplies for those in detention centers, and weekend housing and transportation to those en route to their final destination. See how you can help at uppc.org/safehaven.
Families Unlimited Network (FUN)
Located on UPPC’s premises, FUN volunteers honor and strengthen families through teaching, supporting essential needs and building relationships out of love for God and neighbor. Donate food, serve in the Food Bank, or volunteer in the Spot After-School Tutoring Program. More information at familiesunlimitednetwork.org.
Cherish Meru, Kenya
In partnership with Hope International Ministry Trust, Cherish educates, equips, and empowers children in Meru, Kenya, through child sponsorships, caregiver visits, and auxiliary support. More information at cherishmeru.org.
Olive Crest South Sound
Become a foster parent or join a Care Community that supports one. More information at uppc.org/fostercare
Provide hope to HIV-positive children and their families by serving at a REACH camp or retreat, mentoring those affected by HIV, interning with REACH or preparing encouraging gift baskets or gift cards. More information at reachministries.org.
Coffee Oasis Pierce County
Provide love and support to homeless youth by becoming a youth center volunteer, mentor, or street outreach volunteer at the Coffee Oasis Tacoma Shelter. More information at thecoffeeoasis.com/volunteer.
My story serving at UPPC
Dan Small, Families Unlimited Foodbank volunteer
For 6 years, I have volunteered at the Families Unlimited Foodbank. Giving my time to help others is very important to me. I pick up food from local grocery stores and food warehouses that helps feed nearly 2,000 people each month. The hours I give each week helping others is rewarding and helps strengthen my faith in Jesus with every box of food I unload.