At UBC we take the phrase "mi casa es su casa" seriously. So step inside and join us. Here's how.
From Mi Casas to Ladies’ Nights to Pub Group, as well as smaller discipleship groups, Bible Studies and Book Studies, we seek to create several spaces for you to sit next to and across from other UBC’ers in an environment that encourages authenticity, openness and growth. These groups change from semester to semester, and some of them have limited space available based on size constraints for healthy small groups. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Small groups the meet once a week at someones house to practice discipleship and share life together. Each MiCasa takes on a life of its own. Micasa's meet on S,M,T,W, and Th nights. If you have any questions, email Toph.
If your weeknights are crowded and crazy, find community in a Sunday School classes. Class topics change each semester and are open to anyone who wants to attend. If you have any questions, email Jamie.
College Women's Group
This group meets weekly, on Thursday night at 7:30pm. This group is a safe space to ask questions about who God is, what the Bible says, and how we as young women interact with the the text itself and with one another as a result of the text. If you have any questions, email Toph.
If you enjoy beer, talking current events or discussing theology then this is the group for you. Join us at 5:30 on Wednesday evenings at the Dancing Bear Pub. 21 and up, please. If you have any questions, email Jamie.
Women's Bible Study
Ladies! This weekly bible study meets in the evenings and is centered around fellowship, discipleship and a book study. This bible study, which meets Mondays at 8pm, is for any women who are out college. If you have any questions, email Taylor.
This is a group for "young" "professionals." [Or, that vague category of people who have graduated college and are now working, in grad school, wondering if they should have gone to college in the first place, etc.] We get together 2 or 3 times a semester to hang out. If you have any questions, email Jamie.
Fall Retreat (College Juniors/Seniors)
This is a great time to meet other students, learn/discuss how to engage the world "post-college," and relax for the weekend. The cost will be announced at a later date and includes meals, t-shirt, and lodging. If you have any questions email Toph.
Spring Retreat (College Freshmen/Sophomores)
The retreat will be in March/April, at a lake house a little over an hour away from Waco. This is a great time to meet other students, engage in some practical community, and take a closer look at how we can be people of the Way. The cost will be announced at a later date and includes all meals, t-shirt, and lodging. If you have any questions, email Toph.