Proverbs tells us that your heart is the wellspring of your life! Everything, good or bad, flows from it. On Sunday morning, we're going to continue our wisdom series, learning about how important that state of the heart really is! See you at 10:30! #urfellowship #wisdommatters
It's better than silver, gold, and jewels. Wisdom promises there's nothing you could want that can compare. #summerofproverbs #urfellowship #choosewisdom
The book of Proverbs tells us, Get wisdom. Though it costs all you have, get understanding. By joining in the search for wisdom, we start on a path to a greater understanding of how God and life work. Join us for our new summer series, Summer of Proverbs, as we study the power of wisdom! See you Sunday at 10:30am!
There are many groups in the Columbiana area that offer us the opportunity to serve and give to those in need. Meals on Wheels is one of them. Tonight (Saturday 14th), from 4-7pm, at Firestone Park, we're eating spaghetti to benefit those who are house-bound and need their meals delivered. So bring some cash and come hungry! See you there!
We're snappin' pics of you in your Sunday best! This Easter Sunday, before and after the service, come and get your photo taken in the Destiny Room! #urf #upperroomfellowship
Easter Sunday reminds us that no matter what we face today, what we’ve been through, or what uncertainties tomorrow may hold, Christ is our Hope. He conquered death and He makes all things new. He has risen! Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. 1 Peter 1:3 #heisrisen #urf #upperroomfellowship #easter
Don't forget to set your clocks forward tonight! We'll see you tomorrow at 10:30am! #urfellowship #ticktock
Tomorrow night, from 5:30-8, we're at Skate Zone for our first official URF Family Night! RSVP to Jenelle by text or email, and bring your kids out for a great night! #strongfamilies #community #urf
David went from humble shepherd to national hero to great king. But he wasn’t great because of his reputation or military prowess. He was great because he knew who he was and how much power he carried in Christ. Join us this Sunday as we begin a new series! See you at 10:30am.