Category: Announcements

Train for a Rapid Response Team

Rapid Response Training — Become a Rapid Responder in the Neighborhood Where You Live or Work Thursday, May 10, 6:30-8:30pm Knatvold Room The Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network (WAISN) coordinates a state-wide Rapid Response hotline...

Seven New UUC Stories on Website!

Seven new stories are available on the UUC Stories web page: Gary Ness: “When John Kennedy was assassinated … we sought refuge … here at the church … It was a profound experience for...

TOWN HALL MEETING Sunday, April 22, 12:30-2:00pm

Please attend our Town Hall meeting after the second service this Sunday to hear the latest on the Not for Ourselves Alone campaign.  Topics include fundraising progress toward our Annual Operating and Building Fund...

Pages from the UUC Bookstore

In honor of Earth Day, ALL of the ecology/environment books will be half off on April 22. In the spirit of recycling, we still have many used titles looking for homes. Stay tuned for...

ARE WE THERE YET?

Wow! Nearly 200 of us participated in UUC Stewardship gatherings in the last six weeks, and 300 of us have renewed our pledges to the annual operating campaign. To meet our goal of full...

Rev. Jon M. Luopa

Temporary Office Space Announcement

Dear Members and Friends: Here is a little more information about what next year is going to look like for us… As you know, we will start meeting at the Meadowbrook Community Center (10517...

SHEILA BRISTOW RECITAL – APRIL 8

UUC’s beloved former organist, Sheila Bristow, will appear here in recital on April 8 – sponsored by the Music Committee. The concert is titled “The Burning Harp”, and takes place in the sanctuary at...

Easter Dedicated Plate Collection

As we have done for many years, our Easter Sunday, April 1, plate collection will go to UCEF, the United Churches Emergency Fund, which provides emergency aid for rent and utility assistance to individuals...

Karen P. Thomas

MUSIC DIRECTOR’S NOTES MUSIC SUNDAY, MAY 6

Save the date for our spring Music Sunday! The UUC Music Program will present two exciting pieces – Franz Schubert’s Mass in G, and Francesco Durante’s Magnificat.Both pieces feature the UUC Loft Choir and professional orchestra, with soloists: Tess...

UPDATE ON UUC’S MASTER USE PERMIT

After considerable discussion over the last five months with the Physical Space Implementation Team (PSIT), the City of Seattle has determined that UUC will not be permitted to demolish the three brick houses for...

MAUNDY THURSDAY SERVICE

March 29, 6:30 p.m. in the sanctuary For many years, we have celebrated Maundy Thursday with a Unitarian Communion Service. In this service, we remember the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, especially...

Testimonial from Gayle Childers

Submit Your Pledge Forms Now! As President of your Board of Trustees, I’ve been inspired by your stories and amazed by your commitment to action in recent months! Now we’re nearing the end of...

Testimonial from Celeste Jalbert

Good Morning, I am very proud to say that I born into this church. In fact, on this very chancel, I was dedicated by Peter Raible as an infant in my parents’ arms. As...

Register Now for Exploring UU Class

New to UUC and want to find out more about the church or Unitarian Universalism? Considering membership? Come to our spring “Exploring UU” class! This series of four classes will be held in two...

Apply for UU Wellspring 2018

UU Wellspring is an intensive 10-month spiritual deepening program for experienced Unitarian Universalists, developed by the First Unitarian Church of Rochester, NY, and engaged at UUC by nearly 100 members and friends since 2010....

Pages from the UUC Bookstore

June will be here sooner than you think, and the UUC Bookstore needs to liquidate its stock before then. Now is the time to garner gems from authors such as Mary Oliver, Mark Morrison-Reed,...

Pages from the UUC Bookstore

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Bookstore will feature several titles by and about UU women. For example, did you know that Iowa was a hotbed of liberal religion in the late 19th...