The Great Commission of Jesus is the primary mission of UCM, to "make disciples of all nations" (Matt 28:19-20) who become more like Christ (Rom 8:29; 2 Cor 3:18; Eph 4:13); hence, UCM’s vision for discipleship is the congregation is growing to become disciples who are maturing, ministering, and multiplying disciples. UCM accomplishes its mission and vision for making disciples in part by providing the Church family with a Spiritual Journey pathway that offers Christian growth opportunities.
All online, for now, the following areas are under the purview of the Discipleship Ministry:
Kingdom Fellowship creates a place where women and men can enter into a broad Christian fellowship experience that introduces what a discipleship community can be. People can participate as they are able without the pressure of a weekly commitment, hopefully kindling a desire for more.
Through regular gatherings and Scripture-centered discussions, The Kingdom Men (KM) Fellowship provides “sharpening” and encouragement for men and their common journey of life and faith, which often leads to genuine friendships and service to others. All men of UCM and their guests are welcome to participate.
SATURDAYS | 10:00 - 11:30 AM | VIA ZOOM To join, don't hesitate to get in touch with email@example.com
The Kingdom Women (KW) Fellowship seeks to gather women of all ages to encourage their faith through the Word of God, enriching discussions and prayer so that they can shine Jesus' light in their families, communities, and world.
SATURDAYS | 1:30 - 3:00 PM | VIA ZOOM To join, please register at KW Reg Now or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
As people's desire for a discipleship community grows, they will be encouraged to join a discipleship group.
In Small Discipleship Groups (SDGs), adults learn to live and love in their spiritual journey just as Christ did. This ministry invites the disciple to explore the Word in relation to their own life experience. These groups kindle deep relationships that allow individuals to let their guard down, share their struggles and victories, and pray with and for one another. Transformation happens as a group's camaraderie develops and flourishes. Through active, committed participation in an SDG, group members are not only fortified in their faith but impassioned to ministry — sharing the love of Christ with people from many nations, welcoming them into the church. To see what to do to connect to an SDG, visit here on the website.