Upcoming Events and Activities

October 7, 11:00 AM, East Bernstadt United Methodist Church Homecoming
Join Rev. Miller as he preaches at one of the churches he pastored while a student at Union in the mid-1980s.  If you'd like to ride with us, email Rev. Miller at dkmiller@unionky.edu .

October 11-14, Fall Break Service Trip, Nashville
This Fall Break, October 11th-14th, Spiritual Life will be taking a service trip to Nashville, TN. We'll be staying at the Bethel Campus Methodist church. Make sure to bring your own air mattress and hygiene products. We will be volunteering at the Community Care Fellowship where we'll help in the kitchen and their warehouse. We will possibly be helping put together the nursery and paint. For the cultural event we will be going to Adventure Science Center.

We will be taking 10 students, and we have 5 available spots left. We will leave campus on Oct. 11 at 8:00 AM and will be back on campus by dinnertime on Oct. 14. All expenses covered by Union. No cost to you.

If you are interested in going please email either katelyn.gambrel@unionky.edu or sarah.gatliff@unionky.edu

Thanks and God bless!


Sunday, October 21, 3:00 – 5:00 PM, Charge Conference at First United Methodist Church
Annual United Methodist meeting to report on how things are going.
Students there would be great!

Sometime during October 23-31, Red Ribbon Week Concert
Be on the lookout for details about a concert on campus during this time.  This year's theme will be, "Life is your journey.  Travel drug free."

October 29-31, Department Halloween Decoration Contest
Look for the Spiritual Life House to be transformed into a haunted house.

October 31, Halloween, Trunk or Treat on Ramsey Circle with the Student Government Association
Join us as we hand out candy to trick-or-treaters.  Lots of fun!

Friday, November 2, 7:00 PM, Total Grace Church, 1313 N. Limestone Street, Lexington—Poor People’s Hearing with the Poor People's Campaign
The Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is a national effort, with The United Methodist Church as an endorsing organization, to to challenge the evils of systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation and the nation’s distorted morality.

Moderated by the Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II and the Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharris, the People's Hearing will feature testimony from persons impacted by the evils listed above and from clergy and community organizers committed to fighting those evils.

If you are interested in attending, email Rev. Miller at dkmiller@unionky.edu .