“Only those who risk to go too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” – T. S. Eliot Adapted words from Poet Marni P. Harmony: If, on a starlit night, with the moon brilliantly shimmering, We stay inside and do not venture out, the evening universe remains a part of life we shall… Read more
Cascade Unitarian Universalist Fellowship provides an inspiring and supportive place for individuals and families to search for truth and meaning. We welcome people of all races, cultures, ages, physical abilities, sexual orientations and religious backgrounds.
We invite you to join us on Sunday mornings for services at 10:30. Our services provide opportunities for each of us to seek inspiration and understanding on our journey for truth and meaning in our world.
We also have many opportunities for spiritual and personal growth within a supportive community.
Greetings,I would like to share the following wisdom this week. What a great reminder for us as we maneuver through our busy days! The 6 Second Challenge…“In 6 seconds you can kiss someone like you mean it. In 6 seconds you can hold open a door. In 6 seconds you can wait for a little straggler… Read more
Share the Plate Sunday! - Women’s Resource Center of NCW will be the beneficiary for Sunday’s Share the Plate collection. UU Parent Group MeetingTODAY, Friday, October 10th, at 6:00pm, Rev. Laura will facilitate the group discussion. This is a casual gathering of parents/guardians and children. We share a potluck dinner and then children and adults separate for activities and discussion. All are welcome. For… Read more
“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and then do that thing. Because what the world needs is people who are alive.” – Howard Thurman We all do it, say yes to multiple projects, and then realize we’ve taken on too much. We may say yes out of duty/responsibility, guilt,… Read more
Young Adult MeetingsBeginning TODAY, Friday, October 3rd, at 7:00pm, Heather Coonrod will lead the young adults’ activities in the sanctuary. Young Adult meetings will be held each first-Friday evening. Monthly Theme Discussion GroupThis Monday, October 6th Noon to 1:30pm, Rev. Laura will facilitate a discussion of October’s theme of “Yes.” Bring a lunch and your thoughts about the theme. All… Read more
“Every day, we gather what we think we’ll need, pick up what we love and all that we so far believe, put on our history, shoulder our experience and memory, take inventory of our blessings, and we start walking toward morning.” – Rev. Victoria Safford We are invited to say ‘Yes’ to life, love, and truth… Read more
Greetings,I will be offering the Creating Balance class once again! We already have one of our graduates signing up to take it again because she had so much fun in the previous two classes! We will assess which healthy habits we individually would like to create in body, mind, and spirit. Tools include creating a… Read more
Greetings,As we begin our new fellowship year, I want to mention a program CUUF offers to connect volunteers with folks in need of temporary assistance due to illness or injury. This can be in the form of rides, meals, and visits. The program is called Lotsa Helping Hands created by a man who was the… Read more
Brown Bag Theme DiscussionThis Sunday, September 21st Noon to 1:30pm, Rev. Laura will facilitate an in-depth discussion of the theme for the month. Bring a lunch and thoughts about the theme of “growth.” All ages are welcome. Community Service Project SundayBring any gently used or new children’s books this Sunday to help benefit the Literacy Council. Children will discuss the importance… Read more
“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, we are spiritual beings having a human experience.” – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, French Philosopher & Jesuit Priest According to Rev. Rob Hardies, “Spiritual growth isn’t about a vertical ascent to heaven but about growth in every dimension at once. It’s spirituality in 3-D. Growth in spirit… Read more
This Sunday, October 19th
10:30 a.m. Service
Is Forgiveness Possible?
Rev. Laura Shennum
Jewish people all over the world this month celebrated Yom Kippur, a day of atonement. In order to prepare for this day, there is an active role of seeking and granting forgiveness. What can we as, Unitarian Universalists, learn from this yearly ritual? Where does forgiveness fit in our principles?More info here
9:00 a.m. Forum
A Study of Islam
A discussion will include the story of Muhammad, The Qur’an, Connections with Judaism & Christianity, Rules, The Hadith.