Posted by Paul Ellis Jackson

Sermon Title: Faith After Certainty: Why Your Atonement Theory Stinks!

We welcome all of our visitors today and invite you to the Fellowship Hall for beverages and cookies after the service. Please follow the
congregation to the left out of the sanctuary.


THE FLOWERS ON THE COMMUNION TABLE TODAY are given by Cyndi Richter in memory of her mother, on what would’ve been her birthday.

MUSIC STUDENTS SPRING LUNCHEON All UCC Student Host families, Music Board members, and WSU Music students are invited to the Spring Luncheon today, Sunday, April 3, at 11:45am, adjacent to the downstairs kitchen. This is a time to thank both the talented students that continue to
create an extraordinary music experience, and the hosts for their generous and continued support making the UCC music program, under the outstanding direction of Dr. Michael Hanawalt, something to be celebrated.


WEDNESDAY NIGHT ALIVE TECHNOLOGY CLASSES meets every other Wednesday in April and May at 6:30 p.m.. This Wednesday, April 6, at 6:30, in Fellowship Hall, is the Photography Technology class. All classes are led by Paul Ellis Jackson and Valerie Horn. See below for a schedule of classes.

WOMEN’S GUILD FIELD TRIP to Autism Avenue on Wednesday, April 6, at 9:30a.m. We will car pool to Autism Avenue, and then enjoy a lunch together. We ask that you bring a flower vase to donate to Autism Avenue. They will repurpose them to sell.


NEEDLE WORKERS meets Tuesday, April 12 at 10:00. Bring a project you are currently working on or learn something new from someone else.

HONDURAS PROJECT sewing days are April 14 & 28 from 10:00-2:00. All skill levels are welcome.

HEAD-TO-TOE HYGIENE PANTRY is open on Saturday, April 16, from 8:30-11:45 a.m., at 1611 N Mosley. There is no Thursday workday this month due to an overwhelming response from volunteers last month and all work was
completed ahead of time.

AMERICANS UNITED for the Separation of Church and State will host a meeting and film showing here at UCC on Thursday, April 14, at 7:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend.

POSITIVE RESPONSE TO HATE CRIMES—All over the country people are fighting hate, standing up to promote tolerance and inclusion. Barry Grissom, US Attorney for the District of Kansas, will speak about hate crimes and our response to them. A panel discussion will follow. This is free and open to the public, but registration is
limited. On Tuesday, April 19, from 9-11a.m., at UCC. Please register at: or RSVP to IFM at 264-9303.

NURSERY & TODDLER ROOM is available downstairs during the worship service. Baby monitors are provided to those that leave their children in the nursery. To check one out please see the nursery attendant. A multiage Sunday School meets downstairs immediately following “A Time for All Children.” Anna Duxler and Megan Lovely teach the class.

THE PARLOR is available for guests with young children, if you need a space to take a break with your child, the Parlor is located to your left as you exit the Sanctuary. The Parlor is equipped with comfy furniture and speakers so you can hear the service until you are able to return to the Sanctuary.