Sunday, September 22, 10:00 a.m.The Island School Gina Corpuz, Guest Speaker Penny Brewer, Worship Associate “I became aware at an early age that my father, a Filipino immigrant, and my mother, an Aboriginal woman from the Squamish Nation, had been victims of both legislated acts of discrimination and social injustices. As children of Bainbridge Island berry
Sunday, September 15, 10:00 a.m.The Island School Zackrie Vinczen, MinisterJan Forrest, Worship Associate In many religious traditions, rituals and spiritual practice are central to participation. These practices can help a person to deepen a sense of connection while simultaneously exploring the inner workings of the mind and soul. For Unitarian Universalists, such practices are not
Sunday, September 8, 10:00 a.m.The Island School Zackrie Vinczen, MinisterJenny Weaver, Worship Associate Water is a source of life and healing. Water also can be a source of inspiration if we take the time to consider the lessons it has to offer us. In this service, we will reflect on our connection to water and
Sunday, September 1, 10:00 a.m.The Island School Zackrie Vinczen, MinisterMike Cox, Worship Associate Often I am surprised by the number of people who confuse Unitarian Universalism with other (newer) religious movements. In this sermon, we will spend some time examining our UU heritage while also looking forward at the possibilities that still await us.
Sunday, August 25, 10:00 a.m.The Island School Zackrie Vinczen, MinisterEmily Mockett, Worship Associate Few days pass in our country without a new tragedy being announced. Mass shooting and threats of gun violence have become such a part of our cultural fabric that many of us have simply accepted such events as inevitable. But when is enough