“If it is language that makes us human, one half of language is to listen.” – Jacob Trapp, UU Minister To wrap up our monthly theme of: “What does it mean to be a person of deep listening?” I give you these wise words from UU Minister Richard S. Gilbert: Listening, then, has a spiritual dimension…. 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,You just went to your healthcare provider to discuss your lab test results. They tell you that you have Type 2 diabetes, need to begin a new diet and exercise program, see a dietician, start on a new medication, get a blood sugar machine and monitor it daily and will need frequent follow up appointments… Read more
“Before you tell your life what you intend to do with it, listen for what it intends to do with you. Before you tell your life what truths and values you have decided to live up to, let your life tell you what truths you embody, what values you represent.” … Read more
Greetings,This week I would like to share with you some tips on making the most of your healthcare provider visit. Be prepared-• When you schedule your appointment, mention the reason(s) for the visit- this helps the scheduler give you the time you need to address those issues with your healthcare provider, as appointments are scheduled according… Read more
“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
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
“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
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
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
“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
This Sunday, April 26th
10:30 a.m. Service
Practically Transcendent: Connecting with Something Greater by Planting Our Feet Firmly on the Ground
Speaker: Rev. Todd Elkof
Celebrant: Chris Rader
In this week’s pulpit exchange, with Rev. Laura Shennum speaking at the UU Church of Spokane, Spokane minister Dr. Todd Eklof will visit our fellowship. He describes his sermon as follows: “The height of religious experience is often thought of as one that enables us to leave this reality for something or someplace better. I would argue the best religious experiences are those that ground us to this world, including religious humanism, creation spirituality, and prophetic activism, among others.”More info here
Rev. Laura Shennum called to be Settled Minister at Cascade UU FellowshipMore info here