Union University

Germantown

Union University Germantown

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Directions to Union University Germantown

From I-40 (Nashville, TN):

Take the 240 loop South (Jackson, MS) to 385 east and continue to Winchester Road exit. Turn left heading East on Winchester Rd. Turn left heading North on Hacks Cross Rd. Turn left on to C.D. Smith Rd just before railroad tracks. The Germantown campus is on the right.

From Arkansas:

Take I-55 to 240 loop east (Nashville, TN) to 385 east and continue to Winchester Road exit. Turn left heading East on Winchester Rd. Turn left heading North on Hacks Cross Rd. Turn left on to C.D. Smith Rd just before railroad tracks. The Germantown campus is on the right.

From Bartlett:

Take Germantown Pkwy. South, cross Poplar Avenue. Take a left on Poplar Pike heading East. Cross railroad tracks then take a right on Hacks Cross and an immediate right on C.D. Smith Rd. The Germantown campus is on the right.

From Collierville:

Take Poplar Avenue West in Germantown. Turn left on Poplar Pike and continue West through one traffic light. Turn left at the second traffic light which is Hacks Cross Rd. and make an immediate right turn onto C.D. Smith Rd. The Germantown campus is on the right.

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Union University Germantown
Administration Contacts
  • Roberta Hoppe
    Campus Director
    E-mail: rhoppe@uu.edu
    Phone: 901-432-7146
  • Teresa Hataway
    Assistant Registrar
    E-mail: thataway@uu.edu
    Phone: 901-312-1940
  • Shirley Harris
    Librarian
    E-mail: sharris@uu.edu
    Phone: 901-312-1904
  • Erica Cole
    Library/Technology Specialist
    E-mail: ecole@uu.edu
    Phone: 901-312-1948
Stephen Olford Center
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Course Schedules
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Calendar

Apr 29 – May 2 - Olford Center: Essentials of Expository Preaching Institute
  • 10:00 a.m., Olford Center, Chapel
  • Communicating Biblical Truth Today
  • This Institute will provide practical instruction concerning the preparation and delivery of expository messages. Defining expository preaching, and how to preach the “whole counsel of God” will be addressed. Emphasis will be placed on your own personal preparation, the concept and experience of incarnational preaching and the vital role of the Holy Spirit in preaching. Helpful guidelines regarding sermon delivery are given. The institute schedule includes lectures, messages, interactive sessions, worship, fellowship and food.
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May 6 – May 9 - Olford Center: Evangelistic Preaching Institute
  • 10:00 a.m., Olford Center, Chapel
  • Preaching the Gospel and Making Disciples in the Context of the Local Church
  • Evangelism and discipleship are non-negotiable aspects of the Great Commission. Our enthusiasm to share the good news and to help new believers must be matched by knowledge of the gospel, how to communicate the gospel, and the ability to make disciples, not just decisions. This Institute is designed to ignite a passion for evangelism and to equip participants to faithfully proclaim the gospel message. Included in this institute are subjects such as critical aspects of discipleship and church growth, the content, preparation, and delivery of evangelistic messages as well as the importance of the invitational portion of the message.
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May 9 – May 10 - Center for Health Care Practice: Palliative Care Nursing Course
  • 8:00 a.m., Germantown Campus, Auditorium
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May 29 – Jun 14 - Center for Health Care Practice: Faith Community Nursing Course
Sep 23 – Sep 26 - Olford Center:Preaching and Teaching for Spiritual Growth Institute
  • 10:00 a.m., Olford Center, Chapel
  • The Planning, Preparation and Presentation of Biblical Messages that Edify and Equip Christ's Church
  • This institute includes discussion about spiritual growth and maturity with an emphasis on the roles of the Word of God and the Spirit of God in leading a person to Christlikeness. Instruction will address planning your preaching, developing message series, and spiritual formation in individuals and the church. The need for and nature of Biblical revival will be another emphasis of this Institute. The personal and spiritual development of the preacher/ teacher in the midst of the busyness of ministry will be discussed as well. Times of worship, prayer, fellowship and interaction are essential aspects of this Institute designed to strengthen the life and ministry of those attending.
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Sep 30 – Oct 3 - Olford Center: Essentials of Biblical Leadership Institute
  • 10:00 a.m., Olford Center, Chapel
  • Church Leadership by the Book
  • A considerable amount of preaching is done within the context of church life and leadership. This Institute will explore the relationship between preaching and leadership from various angles. The personal life of the preacher and leader, and handling pressures and problems in ministry, and leadership dynamics in the life of the church will be discussed. Preaching for change and leading through change will receive specific attention. The institute schedule will allow for times of interaction, fellowship and prayer.
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Nov 18 – Nov 21 - Olford Center: Practical Preaching Workshop
  • 10:00 a.m., Olford Center, Chapel
  • This special and intensive workshop offers a small-group atmosphere designed to improve the teaching and preaching skills of the participant. In addition to instructional sessions dealing with important aspects of incarnational communication and delivery, the participants will gain practical experience in preaching a message and receiving constructive feedback and critique. Prior to the workshop, each participant will be required to submit one sermon manuscript. They will bring another message to preach during the workshop.
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Locations

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