Church Ministries

Christian Education


 We are here to lead children and adults into a relationship with Jesus Christ, help them grow in their Christian walk, discover their unique gifting, equip them for their role in life and ministry and to serve the community in a positive way that reflects the goodness of God.
At Union Christian Church we provide children and youth with programs that educate and nurture. We encourage spiritual renewal opportunities such as youth gatherings, service projects and mission work. 
We hold weekly Sunday school classes that offer several mediums to reach the children. This might include storytelling, drama, cooking, crafts and games. Some of our activities throughout the year include a Fall Festival, and Easter Celebration, Vacation Bible School and campouts and pool parties. 



 Union Christian Church Choir
Union Christian Church choir is a volunteer choir with members ranging in age from teenager to senior adult. There is no audition and members do not have to read music to join. Practice is on Wednesday nights from 6:00 pm until 7:00 pm CST. Selections of music come from traditional, blended, southern gospel, and praise.
If you love to make a joyful noise and sing praises, you are welcome to join! 

 Union Christian Church Handbell Choir
The Handbell Choir was recently added to our music ministries. Adults and children (4th grade and above) are welcome to play! Children's practice starts at 6:00 pm, and the adult's practice follows at 7:00 pm (both practices are on Wednesdays).
A special thanks goes to all of our donors and donations for getting this program started! 

Disciples Women


Disciples Women is a fellowship group which meets monthly. The purpose of the group is to provide opportunities for spiritual growth, enrichment, education and creative ministries to enable women to develop a sense of personal responsibility for the whole mission of the church of Jesus Christ. The group is active in ministries at the local, district, regional, and general church levels. Each year the group sets local projects and is an active participant in regional and global projects.  We support Disciples Home Mission and express our discipline of gratitude for our "blessings" by our Blessing Box giving.
Disciples Home Missions: Disciples Women site 

Disciples Men


 The Disciples Men Fellowship is a convivial group of men who meet once a month for spiritual growth, church business, and fellowship. Our main goal is to further the mission of Christ’s church by raising funds for projects and activities here at Union as well as for projects and activities in the local community. Our other goal is to have fun while doing it. We also enjoy good food so there are always good snacks at our meetings! All men, young and old, are welcome.
Disciples Home Missions: Disciples Men site 

People of the Covenant


 People of the Covenant is a combined Bible study/prayer share small group that engages its members in relational Bible studies and in developing an effective prayer life. The Covenant Bible Series contains studies based either on a specific book of the Bible, such as the book of Esther, or on a biblical topic, such as the life of David. Through weekly meetings focused on study, prayer, and fellowship, POC members gain the spiritual gifts necessary to become lay leaders of the church. 

Children Worship & Wonder


An exciting way of approaching faith formation with children is the best way to describe Children Worship & Wonder. In Children Worship & Wonder children have the opportunity to hear Bible stories and form responses out of their own life experiences. They learn the meaning of church traditions and participate in worship practices (Young Children and Worship, Introduction). Union Christian Church offers this opportunity for children age 3 through the third grade during the 11:00 a.m. worship service immediately following the Children’s Moment. The children meet in their own space with room to share stories, respond to the stories through art, books, props and visual aids. They share a time of prayer and a time of communion called a “feast”.