The volunteer leadership at WUUC currently consists of of the Board of Trustees, WUUC Staff, the Ministries Council, and ministries.
The Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees is composed of seven church members elected by the congregation to act on their behalf in making and carrying out church policy. They act within the guidelines of the WUUC Bylaws and the Unitarian Universalist Association. The board includes four officers and three members-at-large; board members are elected for staggered three-year terms. Check the Web site calendar to see when the monthly board meetings are held – meetings are open to members who wish to attend. Board History
Board Members for the 2022-2023 Church Year (officers elected in late July)
President: Leslie Morton
Co-Vice Presidents: Jan Radoslovich
Treasurer: Kermit Sprang
Secretary: Terry Santmann
WUUC Online Feedback and Suggestion Form
WUUC is committed to providing the best experience possible for all our congregation members, friends, and visitors. We encourage you to participate in our continuous improvement by submitting constructive suggestions regarding our church, our services, or even our website. Tell us your questions, comments, or concerns. Your feedback is a valuable part of our program. What can we do to grow and become a stronger and more welcoming faith community? Appreciation and positive feedback are also very valuable … What’s working well for you? What do you like about WUUC? Your suggestion will be reviewed promptly and considered for possible further action.
You may use this link to submit your suggestion online. Anonymous feedback is permitted.
Alternatively, you may send your suggestion in an email directly to the Board at email@example.com. Thank you for your input.
In 2015 the Woodinville Unitarian Universalist Church shifted to a Ministries model of leadership. This model consists of three Ministries Leads, each of whom is responsible for overseeing the successful functioning of the committees, groups, and task teams under their purview.
A major goal of the Ministries model is to facilitate frequent, open, two-way communication between the Board and Minister on one hand, who have the larger picture in view (governance), and the Committee Chairs on the other hand, who deal with the day-to-day functioning and programming of the church (ministry).
Two additional benefits that have emerged from our adoption of this model are 1) opportunities for Chairs of related committees to engage in regular conversations that are mutually beneficial, and 2) opportunities for Ministries Leads to provide additional perspectives to the Board and Minister.
Community & Engagement: Tevina Flood
Transformation & Action: Cora & David Goss-Grubbs, co-leads
Sustainability: Marcia Sprang