Join our monthly gathering of humanists for a discussion. Topics provided. Led by John Thompson.
All those who identify as women are invited to a movie night in Spring Hall. Join us as we watch Nomadland. A woman in her sixties who, after losing everything in the Great Recession, embarks on a journey through the American West, living as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad. This film won best picture, best director and best actress at the 93rd Academy Awards in 2021.
Join us as we celebrate Indigenous People's Day and reaffirm our commitment to strengthen our connections with our indigenous neighbors. We recognize the impact of settler colonialism. We lift up indigenous ways of knowing to guide us in building the Beloved Community and practice being in right relationship with Mother Earth and all our relatives.
Saturdays just got better! Join us for an exciting hike along the Harvey Manning Trail in Bellevue. This family-friendly adventure promises stunning views and a memorable experience for all ages. Come with your loved ones and enjoy the beauty of nature. Don't forget to bring a picnic to savor at the trail's end!
Little Uu’s Early Learning are…creating new pathways and foundations for their lives! (Waddlers and Toddlers)
In Early Learning, we offer a fun, nurturing, safe place for your child to learn about values and spiritual practices while experiencing a loving community. We do this through sacred stories, play, crafts, games, music, and more.
Discovery Year Lower Elementary are…discovering how to create lasting connections! (Grades K-3)
In Lower Elementary, we offer small group learning environments to enrich and continue the faith development that adults experience in the worship service, only its presented in an age-appropriate way! There are interactive stories, song sharing circles, making lasting friendships, and small group experiences to help your children connect with a loving community.
Stepping Stones Upper Elementary are…stepping into a greater sense of self! (Grades 4-6)
In Upper Elementary, we build on our foundations of Unitarian Universalist values with rich and creative learning environments. We focus on developing last friendships, articulating our values, and building community through developmentally-appropriate small group experiences.
YES-UU Jr. High Youth are…exploring their spirituality and community!
Junior high youth ages 12-14 are invited to join the Youth Exploring Spirituality Youth Group! Youth programs include a variety of curricula to develop a great sense of self and connect with your values in service to yourself and the greater good. Jr. High youth typically participate in Our Whole Lives Sexuality Education and Coming of Age youth development programs. Following Coming of Age, youth are encouraged to become members of ESUC.
YUUP High School Youth are…becoming who they want to be in the world!
Young Unitarian Universalist Project is a safe and encouraging place for high school students to meet, engage with their values, and contribute to the ESUC vision and mission of an awesome and inclusive community. At this time in their lives, youth have the need to form community, explore their values, and deepen their engagement. YUUP rotates programming between games, snacks, field trips and youth conferences in the region. We encourage and support youth to lead, plan, and invite their friends to join!
Costumes, accessories, and Halloweenies, of all sizes - from infant to adult - are accepted. Items should be clean and in good wearable condition!
Please bring your own reusable bag! The event is fun and easy - it's not an exchange program where you must bring in a costume to get one, so all are welcome.