Baptism at United Church of Chapel Hill
The United Church of Christ baptizes babies, children and adults. While we do not believe that people must be baptized in order to be saved, we do believe that baptism, as one of the two sacraments we practice, is a significant passage in one's journey of faith. The pastors welcome inquiries about the meaning of baptism and about discerning an appropriate Sunday to make baptismal promises to an infant or child.
A description of the UCC theology of baptism can be found at:
Faith and Family Sunday Morning Discussion Group
The original Faith & Family Class meets most Sundays from 10-10:50 in room 229. In the fall of 2011 the group will use the book, 99 Ways to Raise Spiritually Healthy Children, by Kathleen Long Bostrom, to guide its discussions.
Youth Parenting Class, Sunday Mornings at 10:00am (Assembly Hall)
Parenting Class: for parents of Middle & Sr. High Youth
Seasons of the Church Year
At United Church we follow the Revised Common Lectionary and observe the corresponding seasons of the church year. You may download a liturgical calendar here.