Speaker: Joseph Bednarik

Joseph Bednarik is the Co-Publisher of Copper Canyon Press, a
nonprofit publisher dedicated to poetry. He studied philosophy at
Haverford College and speaks regularly at UU congregations throughout
the Puget Sound region.

Second Best Time – Video

Guest Speaker Joseph Bednarik with Ruth Richards.

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The proverb goes like this: “The best time to plant a tree was twenty years ago. The second best time is today.” This sermon explores our ever-present second best time, and the lives … read more.

Principle Connections (Video)

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With Mavis Cauffman and Sandy Welch.

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During this intense period of multiple crises, numerous pressures have been testing the integrity of our social and spiritual connections. This sermon considers our many … read more.

They Saw Two Heads! – Video

Photo by Wesa Anderson.

With Mavis Cauffman, Worship Leader.

On this Mother’s Day Sunday, we will travel to the farthest reaches of the bell curve to explore one of the most sublime and powerful forces in the Universe:  Mother Love.  We will look beyond the commercialization and … read more.

Yes and How – Video

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Worship Leader Jane Hayes with Effie Brown and Tim Mack. Special Musician, Jeannette d’Armand.

You would be hard-pressed to find shorter words in the English language than yes, and, how. Yet these teensy-weensy words are chock-full of power … read more.

Of Which We Are a Part

Worship Leader: David Cauffman

As our region grapples with the consequences and uncertainties of being a hot-spot in a global pandemic, let us explore the deep and nuanced meanings of the Seventh Principle of Unitarian-Universalism: “Respect for the interdependent web of all existence, of which we … read more.

Small Tasks, Great and Noble – Audio

Helen Keller, one of the most inspirational human beings to live in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, shared a profound insight with the world: “I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but it is my chief duty to accomplish small … read more.