About Sunday Morning Services
QUUF “traditional” Sunday services are held in the sanctuary at 9:15am and 11:15am from the first Sunday after Labor Day through the second Sunday of June, with a single service at 10am during the summer. A service typically lasts 60-75 minutes. The 9:15am service is ASL interpreted for those attending who are deaf or hard of hearing.
During the summer months (late June through the beginning of September) we have only one service at 10:00am, which is also accessible to the deaf/hard of hearing.
As for what to wear, we are an informal group. Most wear what is called “northwest casual”. So please wear what feels comfortable to you.
Religious exploration classes for the children are held each Sunday when there are two services, taking place at the 9:15am service. This earlier service includes “A Time for All Ages” geared to the children. (In the summer months, when there is one service, Summer RE takes place at 10 am.)
Both the 9:15am and 11:15am services provide an opportunity to enage the enduring human questions of meaning and value, a sacred space in which to deepen the spirit and enlarge the heart through music, readings, and a sermon by our minister, staff, or other guest speakers. Topics vary each week and can be previewed under Upcoming Services or in the most recent Weekly Update.
Audio recordings and print versions of past sermon messages can be found at Past Sermons and Lectures.