Join us in worship each Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m.

September 3 - October 1, 2023 - “Come to the Table”

Sunday School for all ages 9:40 a.m.

Holy Communion is included on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month.

No matter where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here!

Round Grove United Church, UCC

249 E. Round Grove Road, Lewisville, TX 75067


Rev. Dr. Byron S. Wells, Pastor


Looking for worship that embodies what it proclaims? At RGUC, we create intentional spiritual journeys to help people grow. This is done through worship series that offer various ways to learn and communicate through any combination of verbal, visual, musical, logical, or personal participation.

Through inspiring worship series, the message at RGUC is integrated through all the elements. Striving for “M-M-Good Worship” (Meaningful and Memorable), worship has meaning when the faith story connects with life stories, and it is memorable when the stories stick with us beyond the time and place of worship. Worship that is meaningful and memorable shapes our lives outside of worship and draws people into a closer relationship with God.

No matter where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome at RGUC!

Looking for a unique worship experience where you are welcomed with radical hospitality?

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 I lift up my eyes to the hills.
   From whence does my help come?
My help comes from the LORD,
    who made heaven and earth.
(Psalm 121:1-2)

“Come to the Table”

In this series, we hear the call to dine with Jesus — an invitation that means much more than a simple eating experience. It never was with Jesus. The table was the place where he fed people and also challenged them to acts of hospitality that reflect God’s way. When we say “yes” to the place at Christ’s table, we accept a way of life that embraces God’s definition of love, peace, grace, and joy.

“A Way Out of No Way”

July 23 - August 27, 2023

We enter the biblical narrative of God’s action in human history “already in progress” and right out of the gate we are plopped down in the middle of a major crisis: Noah and the flood. During this series, we will witness Old Testament Bible stories of God urging the people forward in times when it seemed there was no way out.

“Beguiled by Beauty”

June 4 - July 16, 2023

All things are beautiful—not by a standard of “pretty” as seen by our eyes, but by an essence of sacred worth that is sensed by the spirit. This is the root and heart of compassion and justice.

“Emerge: A Metamorphosis Moment”

April 9 - May 28, 2023

The butterfly has long been a symbol of the resurrection of Jesus, as well as our own resurrection as we emerge from the power of fear and death. In this series, we will consider the process of metamorphosis as a guide to examine our own transformations from cocoons and tombs to the unfurled beauty of all God calls us to be.

“Lookin’ for Love in All the Wrong Places” Worship Series

February 26 - April 9 (Easter), 2023

The Christian scriptures offer many images of where love, grace, forgiveness, righteousness, and healing can REALLY be  found. And it is not in the “usual” places. Isn’t it true fo us today as it was of the spiritural authors? Don’t we often look for wholeness and happiness in places that offer only temporary “good feelings” and satisfaction?

Lent is a wonderfully reflective time to reassess where we are searching for meaning and purpose. Join us as we move through the stories of Jesus to find out who offers the “real deal.”

“SAD: Spiritual Affective Disorder”

January 8, 2023 - February 19, 2023

Seasonal Afffective Disorder happens when a lack of sunlight affects our moods and ability to cope effectively. Spiritual Affective Disorder can also be a condition when we’ve had prolonged stress and life is disturbingly uncertain. What is our faithful resonse to our strained mental health? What if everyday life activities could become spiritual practicies - deepening our experience of a meaningful life and helping us shine a light on the “blahs”?

“Reflecting the Sacred”
Worship Series

November 27, 2022 - January 1, 2023

The Christmas season is a time when the juxtaposition of the sacred and secular feels sometimes blatantly opposed and sometimes quite blurred. The word “sacred” points to something dedicated as “holy” and “set apart.”

This year, you are invited to a spiritual journey at RGUC of seeing ALL things pregnant with the Holy. What could our experience of the Advent and Christmas season be like if we lived it imagining that everything is reflecting the sacred?

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