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WELCOME TO

University Baptist Church

Our mission at UBC is to be a loving and inclusive community seeking faith, joy and action nurtured by the biblical traditions, the teachings of Christ, and God's continuing revelation.

AT A GLANCE

 

Sundays:
9:15am Joys & Concerns via zoom

10am Virtual Worship Service*
11am Forum via zoom

*Weather permitting, we will have

 in-person outdoor services through August

Welcome to University Baptist Church (UBC), adjacent to the University of Minnesota in historic Dinkytown. Throughout this website and at UBC, you will be able to see our intentional focus on inclusion, justice-seeking and peace-making.  We are intrigued and captured by the challenge and whimsey of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and seek to live out this Good News in our individual and collective lives.

THIS SUNDAY'S SERVICE

BULLETIN PDF

VIRTUAL SERVICE

Joys & Concerns at 9:15am

are held on zoom with each meeting ID sent out in the weekly email. Contact us at info@ubcmn.org to be added to the email list.

 

For Worship at 10am 

View our virtual service on the

 UBC Facebook & Youtube every Sunday.

The Sign Says

God Loves Me, Too

Pride with UBC

As a welcoming and affirming congregation, University Baptist Church is dedicated to building an open and supportive community where all gender expressions and sexual orientations are welcome. This has been a long-standing position of our congregation.

 

In following that tradition, for Pride month UBC invites you to experience the beauty and inspiration of God Loves Me, Too, an award winning video by Brian Falduto. God Loves Me, Too is intended to send a message of hope to LGBTQ youth so they may experience the love and peace of God. 

UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH COVID-19 PROTOCOL 

FOR USE OF BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

INDOOR GUIDELINES

 

  • Masks and six-foot distancing are optional for vaccinated people; this includes singing.

  • Masks and six-foot distancing are strongly encouraged for anyone who has not been vaccinated in order to protect themselves and others; this includes singing. The only exception to this is with tenants of the building who are alone in their own offices; they do not need to wear masks.

  • Unvaccinated people need not follow six-foot distancing guidelines (though masks are strongly encouraged) while in their social pods (a small group of people who form their own social circle to safely interact without maintaining six-foot distancing). 

  • Sanitizing hands and surfaces are strongly encouraged.

 

OUTDOOR GUIDELINES

 

  • Masks and six-foot distancing are optional for vaccinated people; this includes singing.

  • Masks and six-foot distancing are strongly encouraged for anyone who has not been vaccinated in order protect themselves and others,

  • When outdoors, unvaccinated people may remove their masks when in their social pods (a small group of people who form their own social circle to safely interact without masks and without maintaining six-foot distancing). 

  • Worship will be indoors when the weather precludes outdoor worship.

 

 

Updated 6/20/2021