Join Us for Christmas Eve Worship at 5:00 PM
It was Christmas Eve, a time when any sensible person stays safe in his house with a good book. But then Ben’s reading lamp burned out. “Ghosts of Unitarian Christmas” by Doug Muder updates Charles Dickens's holiday classic “A Christmas Carol.” Instead of Ebenezer Scrooge, a cantankerous UU man is visited by seasonal ghosts, including Dickens himself. This whimsical narrative weaves story and song to remind us of the spirit of Christmas.
Westside Is Seeking a Half-time Minister
Westside Unitarian Universalist (WSUU) Congregation, located in West Seattle, seeks a part-time minister for an initial 18-month contract position, which is eligible to be renewed annually thereafter, beginning in March 2023.
Our ideal candidate will be skilled at working collaboratively with professional and lay leaders to build trust through listening, empowering others, and working to build consensus solutions. Successful applicants should show warmth and empathy in interpersonal interactions while maintaining appropriate professional relationships and boundaries. Find full job description here.
Westside’s Winter Worship Schedule – Twice a Month Worship Continues
As we continue the process of seeking a part time contract minister we are planning to continue the sustainable practice of having worship services twice a month. During the months of January through March, we will offer worship on the 2nd and 4th Sundays. Worship will take place on January 8th and 22nd, February 12th and 26th, and March 12th and 26th. Fall Schedule of 1st and 3rd Sundays will end with December 18th's service.
Sunday Morning Worship has gone multi-platform! Join us in the sanctuary or from home.
In Person Worship has returned at Westside! Please read our new COVID guidelines here. In brief, masks are required for everyone older than 2 yrs and vaccination a required by all eligible. Children under 5 and those unable to receive a vaccinate are welcome to join. The limit on capacity has been lifted so registration is not required for attendance. A portion of the sanctuary will be designated for social distancing and the remainder will not. Windows will be open to increase ventilation. Quiet congregational singing while masked will be permitted beginning Sunday, June 12, 2022.
Our worship services will continue to be livestreamed on our YouTube Channel.