Every year, nearly 800 Union College students and employees take the day off from school to serve the Lincoln community. This year Project Impact served at nearly 70 sites around Lincoln, helping out the service organizations that serve the people of Lincoln all year long.
Adventist Engaged Encounter is a weekend program structured to give engaged couples time to carefully consider their relationship and their expectations for marriage. The emphasis is on building a Christ-centered relationship and on developing communication skills. Opportunity is given to dialogue honestly and intensely together. The weekend is more than an information-exchanging process, it is one of discovery.
March 1-3, 2013
Mid-America Union Office of Seventh-day Adventists
8307 Pine Lake Road, Lincoln, NE
Friday: 6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Sabbath: 9:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Sunday: 8:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
- Registration is limited to officially engaged couples, and both must attend.
- Please do not register if you cannot stay for the entire time and attend all sessions.
- Those living off campus must arrange for meals other than Saturday evening and Sunday morning.
- The fee for the couple is to be paid when the registration form is completed and turned in. The fees per couple are:
- $30.00 if both are Union College students
- $35.00 if one is a Union College student
- $40.00 if neither is a Union College student
- Completed registration forms are to be returned to:
3800 South 48th Street
Lincoln, NE 68506
For more information, call 402.486.2508 or Email Angie Hardt at anhardt [at] ucollege.edu.
Union College provides student leadership opportunities that promote positive lifestyle choices with an Adventist Christian perspective. If you have any questions, Email Erin Schlenker at schlenker1990 [at] gmail.com
Every year Union College takes a day off of classes and goes throughout the Lincoln community to do different projects that make an impact. On September 12, Union College volunteers will again work at community agencies around Lincoln for Project Impact.
Learn about our 35 year legacy.
Though naps are important, Campus Ministries offers something else to do on your Sabbath afternoons. Every week, we have something for you to do on Sabbath. Balance is good, so some SOSs will be outreach, some will be in reach, and some will be just plain reaching (for a relaxing moment). If you have any ideas or things you would like to see done, drop us a note. If you are already doing something on Sabbath afternoon that you would like help promoting or funding, let us know! So watch for SOS signs, come spend your Sabbath afternoons with us, and do Something On Sabbath.
JOB Volunteer Opportunities
Email Campus Ministries at cm [at] ucollege.edu or Ray Daugherty at rpdaugherty14 [at] gmail.com if you're interested in helping with community outreach.
Summer Ministries Ideas
Camp and Literature Evangelism are only two of many opportunities to serve God this summer.
For information about summer Literature Evangelism in the Rocky Mountain Conference, call Joe Martin in Colorado, Director of Student Literature Evangelism, at 970.587.8902. What a great way to work for God, share His word, meet new friends and earn a great scholarship for college next year!
Glacier View Ranch website
Contact Glacier View here
Phone: (303) 459-0771
Broken Arrow Ranch website
Contact Broken Arrow Ranch here
Phone: (785) 468-3638
Camp Heritage website
Contact Camp Heritage here
Phone: (573) 345-3760
Contact Northern Lights Camp here
Email: lorensuenelson [at] me.com
Phone: (701) 400-6298
Every Tuesday morning at 10:30 the Union College family has the opportunity to gather in the sanctuary for spiritual fellowship.
Sabbath Morning Worship
|College View||9:15a.m. and 12:00p.m.||4810 Prescott Ave||486.2880|
|Allon Chapel||11 a.m.||2301 Y Street||476.7014|
|Piedmont Park||11 a.m.||4801 A Street||489.1344|
|Capitol View||11 a.m.||1640 A Street||476.7922|
|Northside||11 a.m.||1800 North 73rd||476.6575|
|Lincoln Hispanic||11a.m.||Old Cheney W12th||483.6604|
|New Creation||10 a.m.||6030 S. 58th St.|
For Sabbath school, options rule the day. There are many different styles and locations. Come find us at one of these places, and help us find an option that fits you. See below for a list of Sabbath Schools:
|Just Jesus||Woods Auditorium|
|Mr. Mac's Family||Engel Hall|
|Quarterly Study||Student Center|
|Revive||IRR Gear Room|
|Something Else||CVC- Heartland Hall Upper Level|
|Women's||Rees Hall 2nd Floor Lobby|
|Young Adult||CVC- Heartland Hall Lower Level|
In lieu of Week of Prayers each semester, Union College endeavors to "perpetuate the week of prayer experience" all year with our monthly Power Pac weekends. Special guests lead us in new and special ways into more opportunities to grow in our relationship with Jesus.
The calendar has more information on upcoming Power Pac weekends.
UFC (Union For Christ)
Union for Christ is what Union is all about—being for Christ. As a branch of the ASB (Associated Student Body), students lead and guide their peers into a closer walk with Jesus through programs, events and activities. Read the UFC blog here. If you have suggestions for UFC, e-mail the UFC coordinator, David Kabanje at david.kabanje [at] ucollege.edu.
This Sabbath ending sundown-worship opportunity was started at Union by students and is currently under the leadership of Doug Barahona. V2 is a time for students, faculty and staff of Union to share testimonies and blessings with each other as another Sabbath comes to an end.
E-mail Doug Barahona at douglas.barahona [at] ucollege.edu if you are interested in sharing a testimony with your peers.
Also check out http://www.ucv2.blogspot.com/.
As Sabbath begins and another week of studying is past, Union College students enjoy gathering in the church in a relaxed atmosphere of fellowship and worship. Vespers includes music, speakers, concerts, and students involved in sharing their love for Jesus with each other.
For more information, email the coordinator, Abner Campos at abner.campos [at] ucollege.edu.