U.B. Connected

Sunday, November 4th & Monday,
November 5th, 2018

We give hearty thanks to . . .

Our five speakers for bringing us the Word of God

Our musicians who led us in Worship:
Sunday Night: Kings Street UB Church Worship Team
(Steve Flint, Pastor of Worship  & Care; Nathan Hann, Pastor of Contemporary Worship; and Andrea Hartman & Brian Butcher)
During Communion: Sherry Goertz of Blue Rock on Harp and Sue Barnhart of Mt. Pleasant on Flute
Monday Morning: Joshua Lance, Youth Pastor, Otterbein UB

Sider Agency for sponsoring the Sunday night reception

Two anonymous donors who subsidized supper cost for Retirees

Administrative Assistant to the UB Association: Christi Mong

Rhodes Grove Camp staff for always-excellent service


This year we had about 50 people present for the Mission Conference, 65 for the Sunday Evening Service and 35 present for Monday Morning’s Teachings. We hope to see you next year!

Missions Conference 2018 Priorities

A progress report will be posted soon!


  1. $10,000 Thailand Community Center

Seven missionaries from China, Honduras, Hong Kong, and the United States are presently working to evangelize the majority Thai Buddhist people in our newest outreach sponsored by Hong Kong Conference and Canada and the U.S. working together through UBGlobal. We are nearing the completion of fundraising to construct a community center in Chiang Rai, Thailand, as a base-of-operations.

  1. $10,000 Train & Multiply for Pastors in Sierra Leone & Liberia

UBGlobal is attempting to arrange for trainers from One Missions Society (OMS) to go to Sierra Leone to offer training. If that cannot be arranged, the funds will be used to bring pastors to the OMS office in Greenwood, Indiana, for training. Whatever is arranged, these funds will be used

for pastoral leadership development.

  1. $ 5,000 Complete Remodeling of Secretariat Building in Bo, Sierra Leone

Described by Bishop John Pessima as “an eyesore in Bo,” the Secretariat building is the Conference Headquarters Building for the U.B. Conference, used for conference sessions, pastoral training, etc. It is the “face” of the United Brethren in Christ in Sierra Leone. Damaged during the civil war, it is still in disrepair. This is a top priority of the Sierra Leone Conference.

  1. $ 5,000 Rebuild Church in Buchanan, Liberia destroyed by a wind storm Liberia is contiguous to Sierra Leone southeast on the Atlantic Coast of West Africa, and it is our newest Missions District. The churches there have never before received any outside support.

$30,000 TOTAL GOAL