• 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.


  • Minister’s Musings – Listening to Voices Not Heard

    “I speak not for myself but for those without a voice…those who have fought for their rights…their right to live in peace, their right to be treated with dignity, their right for equal opportunity, their right to be educated.”                                … Read more

  • Notes from the Parish Nurse

    Greetings,In the business of daily life, complete with all its ups and downs, filled with commitments to others and to ourselves, times of rushing about or waiting…here is an opportunity to STOP. BREATHE. AND REPEAT AFTER ME… “I am capable, confident, intelligent, resilient, and in charge. Health and happiness are my birthrights that I accept with… Read more

  • Minister’s Musings – Listening With Your Heart

    “If we want to support each other’s inner lives, we must remember a simple truth: the human soul does not want to be fixed, it wants to be seen and heard.” – Parker J. Palmer  We all do it…We are in a conversation with someone and instead of listening to what the other person is… Read more

  • Notes from the Parish Nurse

    Greetings,I found this article fascinating! Many Fronts in Fighting ObesityBy Jane E. Brody Sugar, and especially the high-fructose corn syrup that sweetens many processed foods and nearly all soft drinks, has been justly demonized for adding nutritionally empty calories to our diet and causing metabolic disruptions linked to a variety of diseases. But a closer look at… Read more

  • Events 12/19-12/26

    Circle SupperTOMORROW, Saturday, December 20th, 6:00pm at the home of Pam & Jack Toevs.  Circle Suppers are large potluck dinners on Saturday evenings, in the homes of CUUF members and friends. All are welcome, no matter how new you are to our Fellowship. Please bring a main dish, side dish, appetizer or dessert to share with 10-12 people. Please… Read more

  • Minister’s Musings – Connecting to Our Shadow Side

    “When you light a candle, you also cast a shadow.” – Ursula K. Le Guin  The holiday season is full of light, whether it be Hanukkah candles or Christmas lights. Along with the lights comes the expectation to be merry and festive. This can be a difficult time of year. It can be a time of… Read more

  • Notes from the Parish Nurse

    Greetings,As we experience the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, take time to “take five”… Take five….Take five breaths…to return to the present moment and calm your mind.Take five moments…to smile at a stranger.Take five minutes…to mindfully listen to a friend.Take five acts of kindness…to bless yourself and others.Just take five…and watch the love unfold! Wishing… Read more

  • Notes from the Parish Nurse

    Greetings,Have you ever felt that you are more sensitive than most people? Do you immediately notice minor details others seem to miss whether it is the decor in a room or body language of a stranger? Are you easily overwhelmed by too much stimuli? Do you tend to get anxious in situations that do not… Read more

  • Minister’s Musings – Being Thankful

    “In a real sense all life is inter-related. All men are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly. I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be, and you can never be what you ought to… Read more

  • Notes from the Parish Nurse

    Greetings,This past week I had an opportunity to practice being mindful during a crisis…thankfully I have been regularly practicing mindfulness and meditation, so my mindfulness memory muscles kicked right in, helping me stay in the moment, by using my breathe as my anchor to keep me from getting caught up in the whirlwind of uncertainty… Read more

  • This Sunday, February 1st

    10:30 a.m. Service

    A Crime of Passion

    Rev. Laura Shennum

    Celebrant: Chris Rader

    Emotions are important to how we live our lives and enter into relationships. What happens when those emotions are out of control? Our society sees out of control emotions as a negative. When can passionate feeling be a positive in our lives and not a crime?

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    Sunday Services

    Sunday Services

    10:30am every Sunday

    Our services are transformative! Presented by CUUF’s minister Rev. Laura Shennum, guest speakers, or members of CUUF – each service reflects the values of Unitarian Universalism.

    Services begin at 10:30am and end at 11:45am. Children stay with their parents for the first part of the service before leaving for Religious Exploration classes. Childcare for younger children is available from 10:15am to 12:15pm in the Blue House. Please join us for coffee, treats and fellowship immediately following the service.

    Our theme for January is:
    What Does it mean to be a person of Deep Listening?

    January 4, 2015
    Brown Bag Theme Discussion After Church
    10:30am Service: Where Have All the UU’s Gone?

    Rev. Laura Shennum
    Celebrant: Chip Balling
    This is a special Sunday because we will be visited by the UUA Chalice to remind us General Assembly is in Portland this year. We will share stories about what it means to gather with thousands of other UUs and why this can be a enriching experience to your identity as a UU.

    January 11, 2015
    Share the Plate Sunday / Making Connections Class
    10:30am Service: Hearing with more than Our Ears

    Deb Miller & Sharon Page
    What is Deep Listening?  Susan McHenry describes it like this: “Deep listening is more than hearing with our ears, but taking in what is revealed in any given moment with our body, our being, our heart.” What is the difference between listening and deep listening? Why would we want to do it?  We will be exploring these questions and more, so bring your open and listening hearts and minds as we explore Deep Listening.

    January 18, 2015
    10:30am Service: When are We Called to Listen?

    Rev. Laura Shennum
    Celebrant: Chip Balling
    We love to share our stories and find ways to connect with others. However, there are times in our lives when we need to silence our own voice to hear that of someone else. This means not only silencing our vocal voice, but also the critical voice inside our heads. By opening ourselves to truly listen to another, we can find a path to our own soul.

    January 25, 2015
    10:30am Service: The Divine Is Calling: Are You Listening?

    Rev. Laura Shennum
    Celebrant: Deb Miller
    With the constant flow of information at our fingertips, it is hard to find times of silence in our days. However, sometimes silence can offer insights not available through other resources. We will explore the wisdom of silence through lessons from the Quakers.