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!



Month of Sundays - May & June 2015 Services

Unless noted, we have one Sunday worship service at 10:30 a.m.
Childcare is available.

May 24: Meditation, Mindfulness and Prayer

Come and discover what these words mean to you and people aroundt he world. Participate in a hands-on mindfulness activity in the Hahnstyle, lead by Margo Rinehart. You are invited to bring your favorite coffee cup to use in a meditation activity.

May 31:  My Gift of Age—Guest minister Reverend Barbara Burke
Come explore the emotional, spiritual, and practical issues involved in aging. An Adult Religious Education workshop with Betty Herman, Outreach Coordinator at Martha and Mary, follows this special service. 

June 7:  Flower Communion

Join Universalist Unitarians around the world in celebrating Flower Communion. Pick any flower to bring - florist-perfect or roadside ragged. Celebrate with your beloved community. Led by Margo Rinehart.

June 14:  All Shall Be Well - Guest Minister Reverend Karen Taliesin "How is it that we manage to survive and sometimes even thrive in the midst of adversity? Our service will be led by Rev. Taliesin, UU Minister and full-time chaplain at Seattle Children's Hospital.

June 21:  Poems for Papas

A celebration of poetry on Father's Day (also Summer Solstice). Bring a favorite poem to read or choose one from our poetry basket. It doesn't have to be about fathers. It does have to be one you enjoy. Led by Diane Hudnall.

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.


Newcomer Orientation

Sunday May 31 following the 10:30 service

MVivien Blyth, Chair - Welcoming & Membership Committeembers 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 May 31 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!


KUUF Women's Retreat

All women are invited to our one-day retreat, Saturday, May 30, 10-4 at the KUUF Fellowship. Cost is $25.

Lunch provided at no additional cost. Bring your own wine; iced tea and lemonade will be provided. Sign up with Margo Rinehart through May 27.

The retreat's activities include discovering your own theology and spiritual practice through journal writing and group sharing, followed by creation of an individual altar dedicated to self-care and inspiration.

Bring stuff to swap (anything that is too good for the rummage sale) - clothing, jewelry, purses, scarves and precious things.


Springtime at KUUF

Jessica Jones Photography

Eric Harrold, KUUF Board Member Children's RE (Religious Education)  Bonner Sams, KUUF Board Member on Spring Cleaning Day at KUUFFeeding the hungry workers at KUUF's Spring Cleaning Day


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 had a book discussion in March. Books may be purchased from the UUA Bookstore or other outlets including Amazon.com. A Kindle version is also available.