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!



Upcoming Worship Services

June 28 - "Exploration of spiritual practice..."

"...encourages individuals to take responsibility for their own spiritual development..." Robert Wuthnow. Join Ginger Younie as she explores gardening as her spiritual practice.

THIS WEEK  * July 5 - Spiritual Messages from the General Assembly

Join us for a potpourri of songs, testimonials and a short homily presented by Margo and Ben Rinehart and other attendees at the 2015 UU General Assembly (annual conference) in Portland, OR in June.

July 12 - Embracing the Call: an exploration of the concept of calling

Are you programmed to do one unique thing in your life, or several? Why do some callings manifest themselves early in life, while others seem to take their own sweet time? And how can a whole congregation, community, or nation discern its calling? UU minister Rev. Amanda Aiken will be our speaker.

July 19 - Pride - It Started with a Riot

The history of LGBTQ+ Pride and how UUs made significant contributions. KUUF member Marcie Mathis will be our speaker.

July 26 - Insights that Make a Difference

Jill Clarridge has organized a panel of KUUF members sharing insights from their individual areas of expertise.


Welcome Baby Emmett

Genevieve and Nathan Emmett welcomed newborn Morgan into their family on May 29, 2015. All are tired but doing well.


KUUF Stands With Emmanuel AME

In grief, love and solidarity, Kitsap Unitarian Unviversalist Church stands with Emmanuel AME of Charleston, South Carolina. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. emanuelamechurch.org

On a national front, the Rev. Peter Morales, president of the Unitarian Universalist Association, issued this statement:

News of last night’s shootings at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church in Charleston, SC, fills me with a profound sadness. My heart goes out to the families and friends of the victims and to the entire Emanuel Church community. Unitarian Universalists are sadly familiar with the tragedy of church shootings. When two congregants were killed and six wounded at our Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church in 2008, the entire community reached out and embraced our congregation with love and support. We will pass that love along to the Emanuel Church community in any way we can. Emanuel AME Church has faced many hardships over the years, but the church has persevered and thrived. May Emanuel’s faithful find the strength to make their way through the tragedy that has taken the lives of nine of their members, including their pastor. We share their grief, and we stand with them in love and solidarity."


Support July Rummage Sale

The temperature’s rising. Add your giveaway items and help the thermometer hit the top. Bring full boxes and pick up empty boxes on Sundays or during office hours. Call us if you need help and we’ll pick up. (Sorry, no adult clothing.)

Selene Patterson–(360) 308-0346     Vivien Blyth–(360) 710-4476     Florrie Brassier–(360) 830-4173


Family Campout at Scenic Beach July 25-26

Campout or come to any part of the weekend at Scenic Beach State Park in Seabeck for July 25-26. The North Kitsap and Peninsula UU's have been invited and we're looking forward to a really fun and interactive event. More details will follow. There will be a potluck dinner on the 25th and a potluck breakfast followed by a service on the 26th.

To join us make your own campsite reservations online at https://washington.goingtocamp.com/ or call 1-888-CAMP-OUT (1-888-226-7688) to speak to a reservation agent.