By Donna Johnson
This summer, during our time-between-ministers, lay members of WUUC and other local churches will fill our Zoom worship time with inspiring and transformational services.

  • July 5:  Rachel Eddy and friends will lead us in commemorating Independence Day with music and a voice choir. 
  • July 12: We will be treated to a unique version of our annual, always popular, “Joyful Noise” service by Michael Lawson, Brad Hull, and friends.
  • July 19: Chuck Fowler will share a paper that he was invited to give at a national meeting about  science and religion. 
  • July 26:  We will join the Puget Sound Worship Collaboration for “church with neighbors.”

Find more details about our July services elsewhere in this newsletter.

The worship team will finalize plans for late August soon. Here’s what the beginning of the month will look like:

  • August 2:  Cora Goss Grubbs will explore how we might advance our anti-racism work by examining our shame and rage through a trauma lens.
  • August 9:  Rachel Eddy will help us to understand the lives of the families she works with who are Asset Limited Income Limited Employed (ALICE).
  • August 16:  Jack Brandt will talk about his experiences as a member of the WUUC search committee. 

Donna Johnson, Worship Team Lead