Our Adult RE program stimulates and nurtures adult spiritual and personal growth by offering a varied and cohesive program within the context of the larger Unitarian Universalist tradition and religious community.
For Unitarian Universalists, religion is a life-long process. Our Children’s Religious Education program encourages our children to ask questions and to make their own decisions on moral, ethical, and religious questions. For a listing of current classes, click here.
Chalice Circles serve the dual functions of helping people to develop their spirituality while getting to know those in their group on a deeper level. Small groups of about ten people meet once a month to discuss a topic such as hope, bitterness, guilt, or racism. There are opening words, a check in, discussion of a topic, check out, and closing words. For more information, click here
A book group is a forum where readers can come together and talk about books and the reading experience. KUUF currently has two book groups that meet regularly.
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Our fellowship is there for each other. Our caring committee is there when you need help with life’s hardship’s, and our listening team is there to offer a supportive ear if you need to talk. To learn more or to get involved, click here.
A monthly group that provides support and understanding for those whose lives have been affected by cancer. Contact Florrie Brassier at email@example.com if you’d like to attend.
For Weddings, Civil Unions, Concerts
We are proud of our lovely building and are happy to share the space with the community. We have several different types of space available to rent, appropriate for various sizes of meetings and events. Conveniently located in East Bremerton with plenty of parking our rooms are appropriate for classes, meetings, and events. Kitsap Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is a bright and beautiful venue for your wedding or civil union ceremony. Our lovely grounds provide a spectacular backdrop for your wedding photos.
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