Welcome to Kitsap Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (KUUF) where people from all over the Kitsap Peninsula region have gathered since 1950 to share liberal religious values and the common search for greater understanding that gives spiritual meaning to our lives. We come together for Sunday worship to learn, to participate in social and community action, to care for one another and enjoy our differences, and to nurture our children and youth through religious education.

We welcome and celebrate all adults, children and youth regardless of faith, creed, race, color, ethnic or national origin; sexual orientation, gender, or gender expression; age, mental or physical ability, economic status, or political affiliation. Ours is a vital and growing congregation, with many programs and activities to offer.

We look forward to seeing you.  Services are usually at 10:30 on Sunday.  Our fellowship is located at 4418 Perry Avenue NE in Bremerton.  The Sanctuary is in the lower building.


We hope you will find yourself at home - newcomers and visitors are always welcome!



Newcomer Orientation

Sunday January, 25 following the 10:30 service

Rev. Mike and the members of the Welcoming and Membership Committee warmly invite all newcomers and those interested in learning more about KUUF and our Unitarian Universalist roots to our next Newcomer Orientation at noon on Sunday Jan 25 after our morning service. Participants are invited to enjoy socializing and great food at the monthly potluck before hand. Childcare is provided and there will be the opportunity to become a member for those who are ready to join our community.

Please sign up at the greeters table in the foyer, call the office or e-mail Vivien Blyth, the Chair of the Welcoming and Membership Committee at welcoming@kuuf.org

We want to hear from you!


A Chosen Faith

Register for a January Class with Rev. Mike

A Chosen Faith

2nd and 4th Thursdays beginning January 22 (last session April 23)

7:00 – 9:00 pm in the Elmore Room

$15.00 fee for the book, A Chosen Faith

To register:  Please email dre@kuuf.org by January 8 

A 7-week discussion group facilitated by Rev. Mike of John Buehrens and Forrest Church’s book, A Chosen Faith.  A thoughtful reflection of Unitarian Universalism’s creedless theology, the seven principles and six sources, the book is a classic in UU literature. 


A New Class for Adults in January 2015!


A New Class for Adults in January 2015! 

Created and Facilitated by KUUF Member 

Karen Leader Scott 


January 8 and 15

6:30-8:30 pm

in the Elmore Room

This class looks at these factors with a PBS video called "Happy", with works by Rick Hanson, the Dalai Lama, and others. 

Come join us for learning about happiness pathways.  Register by emailing dre@kuuf.org or call the KUUF office: 360-377-4724


UUA's 2014-15 Common Read

Join UUs world-wide in a discussion of Paul Rasor's book, Reclaiming Prophetic Witness: Liberal Religion in the Public Square, the UUA's 2014-15 Common Read.

KUUF Adult RE has scheduled a guided discussion for Sunday, March 22 after the service. Plan now to join us!

Books may be purchased from the UUA Bookstore or other outlets including Amazon.com. A Kindle version is also available. Or contact dre@kuuf.org if you would like to part of a group order.


2014 Annual Auction

The theme of this year's Auction is "Eat, Pay, Love" with apologies to Elizabeth Gilbert, author of the book "Eat, Pray, Love." 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15th at 5:00pm

The idea is to offer our annual fundraiser with some fun ideas for building community. There will be a Chili Cook-Off amongst KUUF chefs with attendees benefiting from the competition as everyone samples and votes for the best chili. The silent auction will feature both familiar and new items, with some special items going online in the week prior to the event so any adults can bid by using the internet.

The Committee is requesting service items such as donations of expertise like cooking, carpentry, cleaning, etc., and tickets or gift certificates for items such as a movie and dinner for two. Some of the dinners hosted by longtime KUUF members go quickly because they have become favorites. And the week at a Montana cabin will be available again this year for bidding.

To donate your item go to the following URL and complete the form. If you prefer to have someone else enter it for you, call Ellen Newberg at 692-3981 or 551-7527; or email the committee for help or with questions at auction@kuuf.org
To donate your item online: http://go.kuuf.org/auction

To offer your most delectable chili you can talk to Ellen or Jill Clarridge, or reach Ellen and the committee at the above contact information.

If you would like to donate homemade items to sell to benefit KUUF there will be a table set up for items, generally costing $2-$10.

Other Kitsap UU Fellowships will also be invited. To purchase a ticket look for Ellen, Jill or Lynn Lund at the Sunday service. Tickets are $15 per person in advance, or $25 per person at the door. Scholarships are available.