Join us for a short reflective service followed by food and fellowship for everyone.
No matter what you call those mysterious, head-shaking events in life—Deep Magic, Improbably Moments of Grace, Help from the Angels, or something else—they continue to happen too often to discard or ignore. “They remain unexplained, and yet there they are,” writes Rev. Meg Barnhouse, UU … read more.
On this Easter Sunday in the (Western) Christian Calendar, Rev. Jones invites us to make room for Yom Hashoah, the Jewish days of observance of the Holocaust.
As our hopes for a technological fix to climate change become ever more elusive, we have choices about how we treat one another and the precious world that is undeniably part of who we are
Join us for a short service followed by food and fellowship. We’ll hear a short message from people from Rod’s House, with whom we regularly share our offering.
You don’t have to look very far to find UU values and lessons reflected
in story and song. Join Linda King, Susan Kaphammer, Rosemary Saul,
Roger Smith and Sonny Sonker in this celebration of story.
This morning we welcome Cheri Kilty of the YWCA of Yakima to talk about their work.
This morning Rev. Jones is joined by the President of the UUCY Board of Trustees, Michael Gempler for our Stewardship kickoff Sunday.
Pre-empted by a President’s Day weekend blizzard, and inspired by Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, this Sunday Rev. Jones reflects on the continuing legacy of the American Civil War
Bring the whole family for a short service led by member Phil Dindia, followed by food and fellowship for everyone.