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

 

Upcoming Services

August 2 - An Incredibly Brief History of Our Universe

Astrophysicist Bob Abel will take you on a tour through time as he describes the evolution of the Universe, atoms, life and intelligence, and the likelihood of each. Bob Abel is a Professor of Applied Physics at Olympic College. He has studied the magnetic fields of stars and planets and the satellites of giant planets and brown dwarfs. For the past six years he has been a Collaborator with astronomers at the University of Washington on the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, a next generation telescope that, beginning in 2020, will provide, by far, the most comprehensive survey of the Universe ever.

 

August 9 - What the Hell?

From the cover of Time magazine to the best-sellers list, a place called “Hell” is consistently in the public eye. What is hell, who’s there, and why? Joseph Bednarik will explore with us this most fascinating of theological places, while keeping the second U of Unitarian-Universalism pressed close to our hearts. Bednarik serves as the "Assistant to the Minister in the Pulpit" at Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Port Townsend, Washington. His day-job is at Copper Canyon Press, a nonprofit literary publisher dedicated to poetry.
 

August 16 - Do You Want to Save a Life?

The current state of maternal and child health is presented by Marty Bishop and Jeri Carey as they direct your attention to the dramatic needs of women's and children's health in our country and the world. They also address ways you can advocate and assist through area organizations. 

August 23 - Imagination

The magic, healing and spirituality of Imagination is the topic presented by Crystal Zerfoss, Seattle University Seminary student and future UU minister.  Participate in a thoroughly enjoyable service that will delight you with possibilities.

August 30 - The Wisdom of Mentoring: Not Just a Call, a Mandate

Presented by Vicki Collins and Harriette Bryant. 

Vicki Collins' upfront, down-home, tell-it-like-it-is approach brings a contagious energy to any group she engages. Founder and Vice President of OurGEMS, Collins volunteers in the Bremerton School District and sits on its School Board. She is also the Executive Director for the Bremerton African American Ministerial Alliance.   

  

 

 

Harriette Bryant has a high-energy committment to local non-profits. She is Founder and President/CEO of OurGEMS, president of the  Kitsap Community Foundation, and Bremerton Housing Authority Commissioner and Vice Chair, along with leadership in several other organizations.

 

NOTE: After the Aug. 30 worship service join us for our monthly potluck while we watch the video of Cornel West at General Assembly 2015 delivering the Ware Lecture--his special brand of intellectual and provocative questions. He is a dynamic and humorous speaker that most everyone will enjoy.

 

 

 

 

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Our ChaliceWe meet for worship each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary which is the lower building on our grounds.  During the school year, the children begin the morning in the sanctuary with their parents, proceeding to their classes after a time of "sharing for all ages."

 

Services begin with a warm welcome and the lighting of our Unitarian Universalist symbol, the flaming chalice. While we are in the process of hiring a part-time minister we have guest speakers and lay leaders conducting worship services.

 

Our Sunday services draw from Jewish, Christian and earth-centered religious traditions, as well as from the wisdom of Eastern religious thought. We also seek meaning in personal experience and witness, social issues, literature and the sciences.

 

 

Coffee and tea is served after worship services, and supervision is provided for children on our playground.