Our adult classes and activity groups are listed in this Spring 2015 Common Quest Brochure. Check it out for classes, groups, and much more. Please contact office to register or see our coordinator Theresa McCormick at the Common Quest table during social hour. email@example.com or 206 935 0418
WSUU members meet in homes for dinner and conversation on the second Saturday each month at 7 p.m. Reserve a seat one month at a time by contacting Ursula Ham or Richard Clark (206-972-6158 or firstname.lastname@example.org) by the 20th of each month. Both members and newcomers are welcome to join this longstanding, enjoyable UU social event.
Our Covenant Groups meet twice a month with the same people to take a spiritual journey through many different topics we encounter on the human journey, like risk, humor, loss, the book that changed my life, etc. There are groups that meet Tuesday morning, Tuesday evening, and Wednesday morning. There is always an empty chair to invite in a new person, so for more information email Joe Rettenmaier at email@example.com.
Westside Unitarian Universalist Congregation and East Shore Unitarian Church of Bellevue work together in partnership with an ethnic Hungarian Unitarian congregation in Transylvania, Romania, where Unitarians have lived and kept their faith since the 1500s. We work to build a relationship based on mutual respect, understanding and appreciation for cultural differences. Our partner village of Torockószentgyörgy is located in the foothills of the western Carpathian Mountains not far from the birthplace of the Unitarian faith. To find out how you can get involved with the ministry team email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Ginger at 206-933-9934.
Spiritual Study Group
Rev. Peg leads a monthly spiritual study group which comes together to share personal responses, insights, critiques and ideas about monthly assigned readings. This is a welcoming group. Contact Rev. Peg for the schedule and the next month’s assignment.
Westside Men's Group
The Way of the Peaceful Warrior. Join the Men’s Group 1st, 3rd, and 5th Tuesday nights 7 - 9 PM in the Social Hall for an evening of grounding, which starts with a short meditation. “We check in by describing our time since we last met. Then we share stories: we tell about experiences with facing success and difficulty; stories of new starts, work, travel, health-care, and creative expression. These are the beginnings of personal histories. They are the age-old tradition around the campfire.”
One attendee has this to say about the group.
"I really like the connections in Men's Group. I feel like it's male bonding done right. That's because of rules like speaking from our own perspective, no cross-talk (minimizing interruptions,) and keeping it personal (so minimal politics.) We are asked to attend as consistently as possible, but it's not mandatory attendance, so it's mostly the same people each time. As a result of all that, I feel free to share the important real life stuff." Contact: Richard Clark at: email@example.com.
We have a diverse and celebratory music program…with many ensembles and a place for everyone who wishes to participate. Check out our Music Programs page, and contact our Music Director, Bert Gulhaugen firstname.lastname@example.org.