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Theme: Curiosity


The May theme for worship, RE, and small groups at WUUC is: What Does It Mean to be a People of Curiosity? Our monthly themes and resource materials come from Soul Matters Sharing Circle, a network of Unitarian Universalist congregations. See this month’s materials in the attachment at the bottom of this article. As we […]

Think Rummage Sale!


The annual WUUC Rummage Sale approaches Friday-Saturday, April 19-20!  This is a big fund raiser for the church and we need your help: Collect: clothes, linens, books, toys, craft/art supplies, holiday decorations, household items, kitchen items, sporting goods, tools, art, bikes, furniture, animal related things. We also have a Boutique section for nicer items.  If […]

Woodinville Meaningful Movies


7 p.m. Friday, April 12 Location:  18900 168th Ave NE (located at Northshore United Church of Christ) Woodinville, WA 98072 Presents: RELUCTANT RADICAL If a crime is committed in order to prevent a greater crime, is it forgivable? Is it, in fact, necessary? “The Reluctant Radical” features activist Ken Ward as he confronts his fears […]

Book Group to Explore Justice


 If you are exploring your faith in context with justice issues intersecting with racial oppression in the face of climate change and wanting to make a difference, our book discussion group will explore positive and effective approaches to meet these challenges.   The Title is “JUSTICE ON EARTH: People of Faith Working at the Intersections […]

What’s the Board Up To?


At it’s meeting on March 11, the Board discussed WUUC’s voting process and closed versus open ballots.  As a closed ballot is required for all contested elections per WUUC bylaws, the vote for members of the Ministerial Search Committee will be held via a closed ballot.  The board further discussed the process of collecting nominations […]

Theme: Wholeness


From the Worship Team: As we move into this season of rebirth, consider the following: Wholeness includes all existence – a whole in which we find ourselves among the interconnected parts (seventh UU Principle). Wholeness involves understandings of “my people.”  Wholeness reflects who we welcome in – the work of widening our circle to include […]