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.
Hooray for sun in Seattle! It'll be warm this Sunday, so it's a sandals day at church - forget the sweater and break out the fans! If you don't have a favorite fan to bring from home, ask an usher for one of these as you make your way to your seat. (Be sure to return it later so the next person can enjoy a little personal breeze, too.) Hooray for UUC fans!!
Next Sunday, May 28
Two services, at 9:30 & 11:15 a.m. Rev. Jon M. Luopa will be leading the service. Music by the Loft Choir. (Childcare for Sprouts only.)
If you're considering applying to the UU Wellspring program for 2017/18, remember that applications are due this Sunday, May 21! Leave your completed application at the "Get Connected" table on Sunday, or give it directly to Janine Larsen, UUC Director of Ministries. Lost your application form or didn't think to apply until now? See our UU Wellspring information page, below - you can apply online right there!
uuchurch.org UU Wellspring is an intensive 10-month spiritual deepening program for experienced Unitarian Universalists, developed within the First Unitarian Church of Rochester, NY, and engaged at UUC by nearly 100 members and friends since 2010. UU Wellspring offers a spiritual journey dedicated to claiming, r...
Not only does this Sunday include our Incredible Intergenerational Worship Service (9:30 & 11:15), but it's also VOLUNTEER SUNDAY! This is our annual celebration and appreciation of all the many, many UUC members and friends who give their time and service all year long to make this congregation the awesome, welcoming, learning, doing, comforting, inspiring, singing, caring, reflecting and loving community that it is. There will be strawberry shortcake! There will be brownies! There will be hoopla, hugs, and hoorays all around!! Celebration sweets served between services - thanks, thanks, thanks, UUC volunteers!!
Parents & guardians of young children, join us for the final Parent Covenant Group of the church year, this Sunday May 21. Our May theme is "Freedom" - count on a great discussion. We'll also talk a bit about what next year's group should look like, given what worked well this year and what else would be great.
Since it's our last time together (at least until fall), bring something extra tasty for the potluck. Or don't - you know how it is given life with kids. Just show up, that'll be fine, even if it's your first time, and even if you're running late.
3-5 PM, parents meet together while kids are in child care
5-6 PM, kids join parents for potluck snacks/ dinner
Next Sunday, May 21
Two services, at 9:30 & 11:15 a.m. Rev. Beth Chronister will be leading the service. Music by the Intergenerational Choir.
Summer Intergenerational Women's Breakfast, Saturday June 3, "Loving Our Bodies." All who identify as women, from 8th grade through elderhood, are warmly invited to share breakfast and nourishing connections along with food for thought. Babs Selig, playwright, actress, art model, and UUC member will help us get beyond the harsh and controlling lessons women are taught about our bodies and offer an alternative relationship, grounded in the many wonders and delights of these amazing, cleansing, purging, healing, sensing companions. REGISTER NOW! Registration fee of $10 covers the cost of breakfast.
If you would like childcare while you attend, please indicate by May 29 as part of the registration process.
Planning to attend the UUA General Assembly (GA) in New Orleans this June, or interested in being an off-site delegate for UUC? Come to one of the GA Info & Connection sessions after church on May 28 (12:45-1:30), June 11 (12:45-1:30), or June 18 (10:45-11:30), in Knatvold. We'll have an introduction to GA for first-time attendees, delegate information for on-site and off-site participation, and an overview of elections and issues for delegate voice & vote. Participants will also decide if and how they might want to touch base with one another during GA. UUC can certify up to 18 regular and alternate delegates to vote on business matters of the Association. If you're interested, contact Felipe in the church office and let him know if you'd like to be an on-site or off-site delegate. On-line voting begins June 1 for UUA President, Board and Committee positions (you must be a certified delegate to vote).
uua.org Congregational Certification—Your congregation needs to be certified in order to send delegates to General Assembly (GA). Delegate Information—Learn
Next Sunday, May 14
Coming of Age Service
Two services, at 9:30 and 11:15 a.m. This is our annual celebration of our youth who have completed the Coming of Age program. Each youth will share their faith statement.
MUSIC SUNDAY: MOZART'S REQUIUM
Sunday, May 7, 9:30 and 11:15 a.m. in the Sanctuary
The UUC Loft Choir, soloists, and orchestra present the complete Requiem by W.A. Mozart conducted by our own Karen P. Thomas, UUC Music Director. This final powerful work by Mozart is one of the most beloved pieces in the choral/orchestral repertoire, and has not been performed at UUC since 1999.
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Open and affirming, ALL are welcome Sundays, 9 am in Hildebrand Hall (casual, contemporary service) and 11 am (more traditional service) in the Sanctuary.
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