University Unitarian Church is one of the oldest and largest Unitarian Universalist congregations in the Pacific Northwest. We are a welcoming community, coming together on our lifelong spiritual journeys and celebrating our free religious faith.
We will create a more connected multigenerational community where all individuals welcome, value, and support one another and contribute to the common good.
We will risk leaving the safety of known ways in order to open ourselves to experiences of awe and mystery and deepen our sense of gratitude and awareness that we are connected to creation.
We will be responsible stewards of the gifts we hold in trust, endeavoring to leave a generous and sustainable legacy for those who come after us.
We will vocally and actively oppose injustice and stand in prophetic judgment of all that would diminish the equality and dignity of human beings or harm the web of life. We seek partnership with those who share our goals and creative dialogue with those who challenge us in our search for larger truths.
Thank you to everyone who has given to our 2nd Sunday recipient of January, the Tenants Union of Washington State. We collected $3,486.00 to support their work! Thank you so much for your generosity!
If you haven't yet given, we are still accepting funds through this weekend to add to the total sum.
tenantsunion.org On Friday, November 4, representatives of two Renton apartment complexes withdrew their original notices requiring dozens of Housing Choice Voucher (HCV)-holders to vacate their units. continued »
UUC is hosting a workshop on Saturday, January 14, 9-12 and we would love to have you come!
A Question of Vocation: Leadership Development Series
As members and leaders (or potential leaders) at UUC, we commit to faithful action, responsible stewardship and prophetic vision - and the risk of leaving the safety of known ways. But what is it that we are called to do and be in the world? We'll explore how to choose and develop lives of courage, commitment, passion and impact. Rev. Jon Luopa, Rev. Beth Chronister, Janine Larsen and others lead this half-day workshop. Registration is available online or by contacting the main office.
Sunday, January 8th, our 2nd and 3rd graders in the Roots class answered the question: "What are your meal/table blessings?"
Next Sunday, January 15
Two services at 9:30 and at 11:15 a.m. Rev. Lon Luopa and Justin Almeida will be leading the service. Music by the Intergenerational Choir.
Historic moment in the life of our congregation as we overwhelmingly voted to move forward with the capital campaign and building project!
We voted this morning not for ourselves alone, but to honor the historic legacy of UUC and to provide for the future community!
Today, the church office received this postcard on your behalf:
31 DEC 2016
As I researched opposition to HB-1011, I found your name on a list of WA churches and synagogues that opposed I-1515. I grew up in KS and frequently encountered Westboro Baptist Church protests. Your advocacy does so much to heal my heart. What you're doing matters.
(queer girl, trans ally)
Next Sunday, January 8
Two services at 9:30 and at 11:15 a.m. Rev. Jon M. Luopa will be leading the service. Music by the Loft Choir.
New Years Day - Sunday, January 1
One service at 9:30 a.m. Rev. Jon Luopa will be in the pulpit. No church school (but childcare is available for Sprouts).
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The Center for Spiritual Living is the place where people from all walks of life and spiritual paths come together to learn more about themselves, about Spirit, and about how to use spiritual principles to build a better life and world.
No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here! The United Church of Christ encourages the spiritual quest of each person and its churches are places to explore that journey with no tests of creed or dogma.
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