We’re happy that you’re thinking of attending one of our services. The following information will give you an idea of what to expect when you visit our church. Our hope is that when you visit you will encounter God in a way you never have before. God can be so real to all of us, so open your heart and let God bless you.
—Pastor Dan Cox
When You Arrive
When you first arrive, you’ll be greeted by one of our hosts or hostesses. They will give you a copy of our weekly newsletter, and if it’s your first time to visit, they will ask you to fill out a visitor’s card so that we can have a record of your attendance. We really are glad when someone takes the time to visit, and our pastor would like to send you a letter thanking you for attending UPC of Warsaw.
Our Sunday morning service is usually two hours long. Our Wednesday prayer Bible study are normally around an hour and a half.
Our services are filled with vibrant worship. We clap our hands, lift our hands, sing aloud, and offer heartfelt expressions of worship. Please feel free to worship God in ways in which you are comfortable.
If you need assistance at any time during the service, please talk with one of our ushers at the back of the auditorium or with one of our hosts or hostesses in the foyer.
What We Believe
UPC of Warsaw is a Bible-based, Spirit-filled fellowship. We believe God changes people’s lives through the power of His Spirit. This includes physical and emotional healing, deliverance from addiction, restoration of relationships, and the infilling of the Holy Spirit. We believe that Jesus is fully divine and fully human, and we confess Him as Lord and Savior.
If you have any questions while you’re here or if you would like a personal Bible study, please notify one the ushers, hosts, or hostesses.
What to Wear
Many people aren’t sure what to wear when they visit. We want you to be comfortable when you visit, so wear what you’re comfortable wearing. When you’re at one of our services, you’ll see a range of styles from jeans to suits. Casual or “Sunday best” . . . it doesn’t matter.