We seek to be a church where people build strong personal relationships with God through Jesus Christ and where we engage in lasting relationships with others.
|8:45 am||Breakfast at Union Worship in Bailey Hall|
|9:00 am||Adult Sunday School in Landels Room|
|10:15 am||Children & Youth Sunday School classes|
|10:30 am||Worship in the Sanctuary|
All classes begin at 10:15 am in the upstairs classrooms.
Students will kick off Fall with the Gospel Project curriculum, a chronological, Christ-centered study of the Bible.
Elementary ages (grades PK-5th) will be taught by JoAnne Morris and will meet with the You, Me, and God class in Room A-2. This class will run until 11:30 am, with an optional 15 minute music/craft time. Parents can pick up their children anytime from 11:15 am-11:30 am in Room A-2.
Middle School (6th-8th grade) will be taught by Kim Fielding and Nancy Morimoto and will meet in Room A-1.
High school (9th-12th grade) classes will be taught by Linda Burks, Kaidi Moore, and Michael Burks and will meet in the Youth Room. Middle school and high school classes will end at 11:15 am.
On Sunday November 8, Union hosted a citywide concert and fundraiser to benefit Syrian refugees. We enjoyed music from the Mountain View High School Chorus, the Blach Middle School Chorus, the Egan Intermediate School Chorus, the UPC Celebration Singers, Cornerstone Church of Silicon Valley, Cara Burks, Terry Williams, Ron Kistler, and Gosia Hoot.
Breakfast at Union is a worship experience that combines a breakfast meal with a warm and friendly service around our tables in Bailey Hall.
We begin serving breakfast at 8:45 a.m and our worship time begins at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday class for adults meets at 9:00 a.m. Sunday morning in the Landels Room. Bring your coffee and bagel and enjoy our community-led class.
On Sundays at 10:30 a.m., we have a second worship service in the sanctuary followed by fellowship and light refreshments in Bailey Hall.
Union supports the RealOptions medical clinics in Mountain View and San Jose. Each year we participate in the Tree of Life, in which people are given the opportunity to donate money towards car seats, pak n' plays, ultrasounds, post-abortion healing retreats, and education programs. To participate, find the donation tree at Union or follow this link.