Upsala Presbyterian Church has re-opened for in-person Sunday worship services (10:00 A.M.).  


National Helpline for Substance Abuse and Addiction:  1-800-662-4357


EASTERTIDE. On Friday, all hope was lost. On Saturday, there was much weeping. On Sunday, they woke up early to anoint the body for burial, but he was not there. (He was not there!) The grave was empty. They thought they were burying Jesus, but really they were planting him. (They were planting him!) They thought they were going to the tomb to anoint death, but really God was calling them to proclaim the gospel of Life. This is what we celebrate at Upsala Presbyterian Church during the fifty days of Eastertide. Easter is not just one day; Easter is an entire season. Fifty (50) days to proclaim that Jesus is alive and well. (Jesus is alive and well!) They thought they were burying him, but really they were planting him. Join us during the fifty-day season of Eastertide (from Easter Day until Pentecost) as we proclaim "The Lord is risen!" (He is risen indeed!)





Only the person who has experienced it can believe what the love of Jesus Christ really is. 

(Bernard of Clairvaux)

Upsala Presbyterian Church

A Fellowship of the Presbyterian Church (USA)

101 Upsala Road

Sanford, Florida 32771


Telephone:  407-330-2635



Rev. Wendell H. Colson, Jr.

Stated Supply Minister


Debbie Gunther

Church Secretary

Welcome to this church!No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here at Upsala Presbyterian Church.  If you are young or old, you are welcome.  If you have brown skin, black skin, white skin, or any color skin, you are welcome.  If you are married or single, you are welcome.  If you are a man or a woman, you are welcome.  If you cannot hear or see, you are welcome.  If you are sick or well, you are welcome.  If you are happy or sad, you are welcome.  If you are rich or poor, powerful or weak, you are welcome.  If you believe in God some of the time or all of the time, you are welcome.  You are welcome here!  Come with your gifts, your pain, your hope, your fears.  Come with your experiences that have made you and broken you.  Come with a mind, ready to engage, and a heart, open to discern.  Come and listen for the Holy Spirit of Christ that calls you to love your neighbor wholeheartedly, seek justice, create peace and practice compassion.  You are welcome!


"Red Bag" food donations feed homeless students.