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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Welcome to University Unitarian Church, a community that covenants to awaken spirit, nurture hope, and inspire action. Situated in the Ravenna-Bryant neighborhood of northeast Seattle, Washington, we are a welcoming community and invite newcomers and visitors, members and friends to join with us as we seek truth with love and reason, and work toward a world that is just, compassionate, and beautifully sustained.

​Our Mission Statement

UUC is a community that covenants to awaken spirit, nurture hope, and inspire action.

Our ​Vision Statement

We will create a more connected multigenerational community where all individuals welcome, value, and support one another and contribute to the common good.

We will risk leaving the safety of known ways in order to open ourselves to experiences of awe and mystery and deepen our sense of gratitude and awareness that we are connected to creation.

We will be responsible stewards of the gifts we hold in trust, endeavoring to leave a generous and sustainable legacy for those who come after us.

We will vocally and actively oppose injustice and stand in prophetic judgment of all that would diminish the equality and dignity of human beings or harm the web of life. We seek partnership with those who share our goals and creative dialogue with those who challenge us in our search for larger truths.

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All Church Picnic

Join us for summer fun at the All Church Picni​c on Sunday, August 24 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Click here for more info.

New England Pilgrimage Fundraiser

Image of tree with fall colorsDiscover our New England Unitarian roots, flavored with Transcendentalist insights, on a pilgrim's tour led by our Rev. Jon Luopa October 6-12, 2014Click here for more info.

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Upco​ming Sundays​​​

Sunday, July 27

One service at 9:30 a.m. Worship and music by the campers, counselors and staff from UUC’s Chalice Camp​, exploring the camp’s theme of “we take care of each other.”​

​Sunday, August 3

One service at 9:30 a.m. Rev. Matthew Cockrum ​will be in the pulpit.

​Sunday, August 10

One service at 9:30 a.m. Rev. Linda Kaufman​ ​will be in the pulpit.

​Sunday, August 17

One service at 9:30 a.m. Scott Harris will be in the pulpit. Soloist: Jennifer Bright, clarinet.

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