We meet each Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. A typical service lasts about an hour, followed by a coffee and a chance to discuss the service, talk with the speaker or KUUF board members, to get acquainted with others in the KUUF community.
We have a variety of speakers. Some services are led by our members and others are presented by visiting ministers, college professors, or community activists.
As to what to wear, feel free to come in whatever you find comfortable. We’re an informal group, and the way we dress on Sunday morning ranges from office wear to jeans and sweatshirts.
We have childcare for preschoolers available during the service. School-age children usually stay in the sanctuary for some of the service and then leave for their own program before the sermon. About once a month we have an intergenerational service.
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We’re located at 4418 Perry Ave NE, Bremerton, WA 98310, and services are every Sunday at 10:30 am.
You’ll find greeters inside the door who can help you find your bearings, or you can call us ahead of time at (360) 377-4724.
About Unitarian Universalism: We are people of all ages, people of many backgrounds, and people of many beliefs. We create spirituality and community beyond boundaries, working for more justice and more love in our own lives and in the world.
Unitarian Universalism affirms and promotes seven principles, grounded in the humanistic teachings of the world’s religions. Our spirituality is unbounded, drawing from scripture and science, nature and philosophy, personal experience and ancient tradition.
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The mission of the Social Justice Committee is to engage in social action and community outreach, integrating social action work into the overall life of the congregation and producing a significant impact on targeted social justice issues at local, national, and international levels.
We’re involved in several causes, including the Citizen’s Climate Lobby, Results.org, Showing Up For Racial Justice, the Bremerton Backpack Brigade, and more.
Members, friends, and visitors of KUUF will find a variety of activities in which to participate. Our Adult Religious Exploration (ARE) classes and workshops explore a wide range of topics such as personal spiritual practices, aspects of Japanese culture and end of life decisions.
We sponsor Chalice Circles which are small discussion groups of up to twelve persons who meet regularly in member’s homes to share ideas on myriad topics. Book groups meet monthly to talk about fiction and non-fiction with materials chosen by participants.
This is a sampling of ways to participate in KUUF. In addition, congregation members are encouraged to start new groups whenever one is inspired to do so.
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Newcomers, as well as long-time members of KUUF, find that volunteering for a committee or special activity can provide a feeling of belonging and is an excellent way to get to know members of the congregation. Committees always are seeking new faces so consider where your interests lie and sign up for any of the following standing committees: Social Action, Welcoming and Membership, Caring, Adult or Children’s Religious Education, Sunday Services, or Building and Grounds.
Volunteers also are needed on a short term basis to usher for a Sunday service, assist with set-up or clean-up on a Potluck Sunday, help teach a children’s education class, or perform a musical composition during a service. Opportunities abound, so let us know your interests.
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To get the word on what’s going on at the fellowship, consult The Candle, our weekly newsletter, which is published each Friday morning. In addition, our administrator sends members and friends occasional email reminders of activities.