Spring Retreat 2019
Get hyped for the annual Spring Retreat! This year, it will take place at Mr. Aetna Retreat Center from April 12th – 14th. The total retreat cost will be $60, including lodging and food. Going on the Challenge Course will be an additional $12, payment by Cash or Check made out to the Upper Room Band.
See you there!
Attention students and parents!!
This coming Sunday, March 10, URB will be going to the Museum of the Bible in D.C. The museum has wonderful exhibits in addition to an interactive experience! If your son or daughter is interested in coming, please email email@example.com to RSVP, meet at Rockville Metro Station at 12:45pm, and provide some spending money. We will return by 6pm.
See you Sunday!
Hi URB Family,
This Saturday, 2/2/19, one of URB’s original members Fanny Chen and her boyfriend will give a talk on “dating” !! This will be from 8:40 – 9:40 pm (in place of Bible Study). All alumni are welcome. Q/A & personal prayers follow.
Can’t wait to see you guys there,
Weekly Update! (1/27)
Thanks to everyone who came out last night! Gideon Fan spoke on Joseph’s life and what we decide to do with where we are in our lives. Student leaders had a 1.5-hour Leadership Training Session before URB to check in and make sure we’re all doing our best to lead as disciples of Jesus.
See you next week,
Hi URB Family,
This Saturday (1/26), a guest speaker from REM (Rockville Evangelical Mission) Church will be talking. Gideon Fan will be speaking in place of the having small group bible studies. Parents are welcome to attend for the message at 8:45! This is also a great opportunity if you have a friend you would like to introduce to Christianity.
See you this Saturday!
Weekly Update! (1/20)
Welcome back to another semester of URB! Happy New Year!
The Upper Room Band Bible Studies and Band Teams have been finalized! This semester we have a total of 43 students, including 8 new members! These young men and women are now in one of 6 bands, as well as one of 6 bible studies. The Upper Room Band is administratively run by our staff counselors, but these small groups are actually lead by 9 high-school student leaders after undergoing leadership training over the summer.