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Welcome to United Presbyterian Church in west Bradenton, and to our worship, Christian education, community service, and fellowship events!  Sunday services in our sanctuary are held at 10am, and live-streamed and recorded worship services are available at Online Worship.

To learn about our upcoming and recent events, see News on this home page, Calendar, and Newsletters.

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News

STREAM Interest Group Being Formed

The Outreach Team has been exploring United Presby... more

Summer Field Trips

As crowds thin during the summer, join your UPC fa... more

June-July-August DOES It - Food for The Food Bank of Manatee

Our DOES It (Done On Every Sunday) project for Jun... more

June-July Bonus DOES IT - School Supplies

We also have a summer bonus DOES It to benefit chi... more

We Are Excited to Have Become United Presbyterian Church

The 3-year partnership between Palma Sola and West... more

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Upcoming

JUL 14

Sunday Service 10a

In-person in the sanctuary, live-streamed, and recorded ... details

JUL 17

Between Sundays Discussion 10:30a

In worship this summer, we are reading passages from 1s ... details

JUL 18

Men's Group 8:30a

Men,Come to Christian men’s fellowshipCome to share or ... details

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A message from Pastor Edward…

You are invited to join me this summer for a midweek reading and discussion gathering I’m calling “Between Sundays.” We meet Wednesdays beginning at 10:30 am to share reading and conversation about the passages of scripture that fill in the story we will be hearing Sundays in worship. Our focus will be on the first kings of Israel – Saul, David, and Solomon.

The primary character in these narratives is David, who is revered as Israel’s great king and whom scripture calls, “a man after God’s own heart.” As we read his story, we will uncover the faith of this servant king, but we will also discover that he was a flawed man.

You may view the schedule by clicking here. I hope you will be able to join us for a discussion and time for learning “Between Sundays.” 

Blessings, Edward