To learn more about the counseling services offered at University, please visit our Counseling Ministry page here.
Forget Me Not
Members of our congregation support folks through cards and notes for those who can no longer attend church on a long term basis. For more information about helping out with writing these notes and cards, email JCaccamese
Our church family is blessed to be able to share the sacrament of Holy Communion with those who cannot join us in church each Sunday. For more information about requesting Home Communion, contact Jessica Caccamese.
University’s worship services are live streamed every Sunday to allow everyone to join us for worship. Click the links below to live stream any of our Sunday services.
Traditional Service - 8 & 9:30am
Modern Service - 11am
Believer's Garden Worship - 11am
For help accessing Live Stream, view our Live Stream Guide.
University wants to be praying for you and with you! Submit Prayer Requests online or contact the church office at 210.696.1033.
Prayers of the People
Each week University has a Prayers of the People list available in the front office for those who wish to pray for the concerns of our congregation and community.
Upper Room Prayer Team
These volunteers meet weekly on Thursday afternoons from 2p to 3p in the chapel (or Zoom when needed) to pray for our pastors, staff, church community, and beyond. All are invited! Contact Chrissie Smith for more information.
The Prayer Quilt Ministry makes quilts for adults and children who are critically ill or experiencing a life crisis. The ministry started in October of 2008 and has made over 550 quilts. When we are able to provide a quilt, recipients get a tangible token reminding them of this church family’s prayers and support. To request a prayer quilt, contact Jessica Caccamese .
Stephen Ministry is the one-to-one lay caring ministry. University equips and empowers lay caregivers—called Stephen Ministers—to provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care to people who are hurting. Find out more information on their website, www.stephenministries.org. For more information at the Stephen Ministry at University, contact Jessica Caccamese.