We’re glad you found us! Ours is a faith tradition that calls us not only to articulate what is of ultimate value and worth but to embody it. We come for community, comfort, and challenge. We come to connect, to change and be changed.
We connect and engage in joyful, inclusive, and intentional spiritual community to support one another as we help heal and transform the world.
Woodinville Unitarian Universalist Church is looking for a Director of Lifelong Learning starting Fall 2018 or January 2019. We are a mid-size Unitarian Universalist (UU) church located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. The focus of our ministry is community and connection. Our ideal candidate will be passionate about 21st century faith formation for people of all ages and families of all types.
As we enter Autumn, the shape of our work together is developing. On Sept. 16 I was delighted to lead the Congregation-Wide Leader Meeting. Over 30 folks gathered to discuss how WUUC’s committee chairs’ and ministry leads’ work comes together to carry out the congregation’s mission. It was great learning what so many people do […]
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Greetings, Dear Ones. Our theme for the month of October is sanctuary. Sanctuaries are places of refuge or retreat, particularly in troubled times. We create sanctuary for each other and for ourselves in many different ways. Sanctuaries can be our own bodies, spaces in the natural world, built or created spaces, relationships, and communities. But […]
– Cora Goss-Grubbs, WUUC Member Cora Goss-Grubbs reflects on her unexpected spiritual journey while taking a class on Social Work with African American Families. She draws parallels between Afrocentricity and Unitarian Universalism, and how they might inform our own continued anti-racism/anti-oppression work.