Many of our worship services are streamed and recorded. Watch on uTV.
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There are many different styles and locations of Sabbath Schools on campus. Find us at one of these places, and help us find an option that fits you.
See Sabbath School options
Faith in action
Every year, Union College takes a day off of classes and serves 60+ agencies of Lincoln that care for our community making an impact that day and serving as a catalyst for service throughout the school year.
International Volunteers and Taskforce
Many Union College students take a gap year to serve others both in North America and around the world. To call the experience "life-changing" is an understatement.
Find out more about volunteering internationally and the application process.
Though naps are important, Campus Ministries offers something else to do on Sabbath afternoons. Some SOSs are outreach, others are in-reach, and some will be just reaching for a relaxing moment. If you have ideas for SOS activities, drop us a note. If you're already doing something on Sabbath afternoon you would like help promoting or funding, let us know! Watch for SOS signs, and do Something On Sabbath.
Union College students are known for their willingness to serve. Requests regularly come in asking for help from our community. Our JOB Ministry is part of our commitment to being a good friends to our neighbors.
Email Campus Ministries at email@example.com if you're interested in helping with community outreach, or are seeking assistance.
Union College provides student leadership opportunities that promote positive lifestyle choices with an Adventist Christian perspective. If you have any questions, email Claudia Bauermeister (Claudia.firstname.lastname@example.org).
Adventist Engaged Encounter is a weekend program structured to give engaged couples time to carefully consider their relationship and their expectations for marriage.
Union College works with a variety of ministries to encourage students to both serve Christ and earn money for tuition during the summer. Camps and literature evangelism are two of the most common.