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Nonfiction Book Group:


Join us on Friday, Oct. 26 at 6 p.m. at the home of John Hartman and Donna Johnson for a meeting of the WUUC Nonfiction Book Club. We will discuss “Soul of an Octopus:  A Surprising Exploration into the Wonder of Consciousness” by Sy Montgomery.  Naturalist Sy Montgomery writes exceptionally affecting and enlightening books inspired […]

Notes for Earth: We Can All Do Something


This month’s Notes for Earth is the first of our occasional testimonials about improving our recognition of the Seventh UU Principle. Thanks to Cindie Cobb for stepping up first. John Hilke for WUUC’s Advocates for Social Justice Climate Justice Ministry, Wendy Condrat, Chair. By Cindie Cobb I would like to share with you this month […]

What’s the Board Up To?


At its latest meeting, John Hilke was elected to fill the role of President for 2019-2020.  Dottie Simpson will remain Treasurer. David Simons will assist Dottie this year and assume the Treasurer role the following year. Jane Mathewson will remain Vice-President and Terry Santmann will remain Secretary.  The Board confirmed Cora and David Goss-Grubbs as […]

Volunteers Needed


Will you help? I have reserved the date of Sunday, Aug. 25 for the next meal for Camp Unity Eastside (CUE)!  Look for more information about meals a few weeks before the date on the list. OPPORTUNITY: If there are groups (Youth, committees, classes, 2 or more families, a group of friends, etc.) who might […]

A Helpful Guide to Starting Conversations With Newcomers…


Instead of “What do you do?”, try “What keeps you busy when you’re not at church?” Not everybody loves talking about their job.  Or has one. Everyone has things they do when they aren’t at church, except the Minister, who (obviously) ceases to exist when not at work. Instead of “Are you new here?” try […]

Save the Date: Celebrate Woodinville Parade Aug. 17


Join members and friends of WUUC as we march through downtown Woodinville Saturday, Aug. 17, 11 a.m. to noon, celebrating our principles, our pride, our commitment to social justice, and our diversity. We want all potential local UU-minded folk to see that WUUC is their spiritual home. Let’s show the greater Woodinville community that We […]