Page 1


Faith Directory Worshipping in your community

An adver tising supplement to Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette


Faith Directory 2015

March 2015

Sequim Worship Center By Sequim Worship Center Were you as surprised as we were to see all of the signs of spring bursting forth so early in the year? With everything already seeming to be in bud or bloom it leaves one to wonder if winter really is over or will we be surprised by a late cold snap? Weather, it’s something that everyone talks (complains?) about, but no one seems to do anything about. Have you heard that before? It is one of those absurd things that people say because they don’t really like what’s going on, but can’t do anything about it. It is an area that we tend to feel totally helpless about. The weather isn’t the only area of our lives that can feel that way. In so many ways we can get to the place where we feel like our lives have gone spinning out of control. It is in such times that we look for a place of security, a place of hope. At Sequim Worship Center, we like to see ourselves as people who may not have it all figured out, but are on the

journey to discover God’s plan for our lives. The more that we can put things in their proper places the easier it is to handle the rest of what life throws at us. So that leads us to the really big question; “How do we put things in their proper places?” At Sequim Worship Center there are four areas that we like to focus on. The first is Worship. When we take the time to give God His proper due it makes it easier to find our place in His plan. Worship is all about giving Him the things that He is worthy to receive. As creator of all that is He is worthy of our praise and honor. This involves bringing all that we are, acknowledging who He really is. The next step in our journey is to Investigate His Word. As our creator, He knows more about us than we do. Included in that knowledge is a plan for our very best. It is unfortunate that many people mistakenly think that God’s Word is all about rules designed to keep them from having “fun.”

Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette

The truth is God’s Word is the revelation of Himself to us and the instruction manual for living the best possible life you can. It is meant to help us live lives that are filled with purpose and hope rather than destruction and despair. Like any prescription, it only works if you use it. The third area of focus is learning to Relate to Him and each other in the best possible ways. This is the doing part of what we found by investigating His Word. All of God’s instructions come down to the basic commands, “Love God completely” and “Love your neighbor as yourself.” This kind of love involves putting others interests and well being above our own. This is not natural for any of us, but it is a process that we can learn and practice. There is no better place to do that than in a community like a church family with others who have chosen to follow the same path. The fourth point of our directional compass is to Engage our world. At Sequim Worship Center, we view our purpose as “Sharing Good News from the edge of the Olympic Mountains

to the Ends of the Earth.” Engaging our world simply means sharing what we have learned and received with others. This is a multifaceted opportunity. It can be as close as sharing care for a neighbor who may be going through a difficult time to supporting missionaries who serve on the other side of the globe. It is the investment of our lives through our time, talents and/or treasure to make a difference in someone else’s life just as that difference has been made in ours. As I said before, it’s not that we have it all figured out, we just want to share the discoveries that we have found in our journey. If these areas of Worship, Investigation, Relationships and Engaging our world (or W.I.R.E.) interest you, we invite you to take a closer look. It would be an honor to share in your journey with you. We really can do this better together than alone. Sequim Worship Center meets each Sunday at 10:45 a.m. at 640 N. Sequim Ave., next to the Sequim Library. It is not about trying to change the things we can’t like the weather. It’s about changing the things we can like us.

Sequim Worship Center Published by PENINSULA DAILY NEWS and SEQUIM GAZETTE peninsuladailynews.com | sequimgazette.com Peninsula Daily News: 305 W. First St., Port Angeles, WA 98362 | 360.452.2345 Sequim Gazette: 147 W. Washington St., Sequim, WA 98382 | 360.683.3311

“Sharing Good News from the edge of the Olympic Mountains to the Ends of the Earth.”

640 N. Sequim Avenue • 683-7981 Rev. David L. Westman www.sequimworshipcenter.org


John C. Brewer, publisher and editor Steve Perry, advertising director Marilyn Parrish, marketing coordinator Patricia Morrison Coate, Sara Farinelli and Brenda Hanrahan, special sections editor

Sunday Service: 10:45 a.m.

Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette

Faith Directory 2015

Looking For a Place to Call Home?

St Matthew... where families worship as a family. Mercy Our family ministry involves many things including the Radio Broadcast “Our Family to Yours” on KONP. We also offer many parenting education opportunities as well as financial planning classes. As well as providing “Caring for Caregivers,” a ministry to support caregivers who care for family members. Another way in which we strive to show the mercy of Christ is through The Capernaum Center For Autism. This is a ministry of St. Matthew that is dedicated to walking alongside families in our community touched by Autism with the peace of Christ.

This is done through engaging the community impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorders through respite, navigation and therapy services. You are also invited to participate in our Reverse Pot-lucks. Every three months we collect hot and cold dishes that we distribute to local domestic violence shelters. We also have weekly free community dinners each Wednesday. Also, we look forward every year to participating in our Giving Tree, collecting Christmas gifts for several families in our area.

March 2015


Our Mission is to be the living evidence of the mercies of Christ.

Witness “Go…” this command of Christ we take seriously. We reach out into the darkness being ambassadors of the one who called us into the light. Of course, many of our programs double as evangelism efforts, the Community Free Dinner, or the work done through the Capernaum Center. However, the ways we intentionally spread the news of Christ is through the work of the ladies guild, the Lutheran Women Missionary League. We also have booths at the fair, street canvassing programs, as well as annual events. Since 2010 we

have had the “Our Family to Yours” radio broadcasts; globally we support a missionary in East Africa and anoth-er missionary in Shanghai China. We also have a web ministry via our website and Facebook page. Look for even more to come!

Life Together Life together is centered around our mercy and witness ministries. However, in addition to these activities, programs such as our “Member and Family Sundays” on the fifth Sun-days through the year we come together for a hike, BBQ, or any number of activities, for the opportunity to live as a family. There are also marriage enrichment workshops provided every year. additionally, we have an annual picnic, Semi Annual Shooting competition at the Peninsula Rifle & Pistol Club, a weekly Men’s Breakfast, a monthly ladies Lunch Bunch, serving opportunities, and so much more. 531256418


Faith Directory 2015

March 2015

Faith Lutheran Church By Faith Lutheran Church

Holy Communion: 1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays of the month (both services) Sunday School & Adult Bible Classes: Sundays at 9:45 am Youth Group & Family Fun Sundays

Wednesday Lenten Services 7 pm Maundy Thursday: April 2 Services at 12 noon & 7 pm

Good Friday: April 3

Services at 12 noon & 7 pm

Easter Sunday: April 5

Services at 8:30 & 11:00 am (Flowering Easter Cross and Holy Communion)

Christian Pre-School 360-681-7126 Vacation Bible School: July 13-17 Pastors Steve Eaton and Roger Stites

By First Christian Church

Sunday School (All Ages) 9am Sunday Worship 10am 531249319

360-457-7062 2606 S. Race Street, Port Angeles

Sunday Worship Services: 8:30 & 11 am


First Christian Church

First Christian Church

Bible Study Tuesday 10am

FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 382 W. Cedar • 683-4803


We are a member of the Missouri Synod Lutheran Church. We believe and teach that the Bible is the inspired Word of God. The Word of God teaches that we are all conceived and born sinful and are under the power of the devil until Christ claims us as his own. We would be lost forever unless delivered from sin, death and everlasting condemnation. But the Father of all mercy and grace has sent His Son, Jesus Christ, who atoned for the sin of the whole world, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life. Faith Lutheran Church and Preschool exist to help people find meaning, purpose and direction throughout life as we journey through life on our way to eternal life through our Lord Jesus Christ. Our many and varied ministries exist to give practical strength, direction and help to real people who live their lives daily with spouses, family, school and work. Our church is served by our pastors,

the Rev. Steven Eaton and the Rev. Roger Stites. Our preschool staff assists parents to see that their children receive a solid education that is Christ-centered. Our youth groups have activities for people from infancy through adulthood. Our Bible study classes are varied, offered not only on Sundays but throughout the week as well. Our music programs and choirs cover the entire spectrum of interests and ages. Our worship features very practical and life-related teaching and strengthening from in-depth study of the Scriptures and worship featuring two thousand years of Christian tradition and depth. At Faith Lutheran Church there is something for everyone, regardless of age and interests. Our staff and people are accessible and here to help. We invite you to come visit and ask questions. Join us for worship at 8:30 a.m. or 11 a.m. every Sunday!

Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette

every month. Communion is offered weekly and is “We are Disciples of Christ, at the core of our worship. a movement of wholeness in a We practice “Open Communion,” fragmented world. that is, we allow Christians from other “As part of the one body of Christ we denominations to participate with us. welcome all to the Lord’s Table as God We bar no one from the table of the welcomed us.” Lord. Pastor Joe Gentzler brings years We move to answer God’s call for of experience to our pulpit. justice in the areas of care for the He is a committed, compassionate Earth, the challenges for women and minister whose sermons relate the children, poverty and hunger and traditional Scripture to the world in immigration. which we live today. Our church supports several local Located across Park Avenue from the mission programs including Habitat for Olympic National Park Visitor Center, Humanity, VIMO, food banks and TAFY. we are a warm, caring, informal Globally, we started and maintain a congregation. targeted mission to a remote village in Tourists are always welcome. the Philippines, facilitating the delivery Whether you live in the area and are and distribution of food, clothing and searching for a church home or just small toys on a regular basis. visiting and want to experience God’s We are currently exploring a love, we hope you will come and worship sustainable mission for a village in Togo. with us. The music at First Christian Church Our church is located at 2606 S. Race varies from old favorites to the more St. in Port Angeles. contemporary. Be sure to stay for the best coffee and We have a “sing your favorite hymn snacks following the service. session” on the fourth Sunday of We hope to see you soon!

Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette

Faith Directory 2015

March 2015


OUR VISION AT INDEPENDENT BIBLE CHURCH WORSHIP — WE GLORIFY — It is our desire that we will grow in our response to God as we hear and apply His word, pray, praise, and yield all that we are and have in joyful obedience to Him. COMMUNITY — WE BELONG — It is our desire that we will grow in becoming a spiritual home for all people in all stages of life and circumstances, where we will exchange love, acceptance, guidance, and encouragement, and where we will give of ourselves in loving, committed service. DISCIPLESHIP — WE LEARN — It is our desire that we will grow together in spiritual maturity as we seek to mentor all believers in understanding God’s plan for living life by training, equipping, and entrusting them to reach and equip others. EVANGELISM — WE SHARE — It is our desire that we will grow in our passion for reaching the lost and for our need to mature in our understanding as to how we can share God’s love and truth in our circle of relationships in obedience to His Great Commission. WORLD MISSIONS — WE GO — It is our desire that we will grow in discerning God’s direction for our involvement in world missions, as we assess worldwide needs for the gospel, develop ways to meet those needs, and as we support dozens of our church members, by sending them out as career and short-term missionaries. Faith Directory 2014.indd 2

SERVICE TIMES Sunday Mornings 8:15 and 11 a.m. at the Worship Center Middle & High School Sundays, 9:50–11 a.m. MS: Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m. HS: Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. Children: Sunday School 9:50 a.m. Children’s Church during each Sunday service. Nursery care available at all services. Saturday Evenings at The Upper Room 6 p.m. The Upper Room is located at the Administration Building in downtown Port Angeles.



IBC is a church family with a mission to grow together. We do this as we spread joy in all of life through sharing Christ’s love and truth. We pursue this mission together through God-centered worship and prayer, supportive relationships, ministries of compassion, life-changing learning of the word of God, and communicating the saving good news of Jesus Christ to those who have not heard. It is my prayer that everyone who participates in our fellowship and ministry will find renewed joy and trust in our great God. I also hope that you will catch our passion for the mission He has given us. We invite all children, youth, adults (single or married) to pursue this mission with us! Jesus Christ called us to make followers of Him from among all peoples. We are excited about the opportunity to help you fulfill your God-designed purpose in life as you follow Christ by sharing His love and truth with others — as together we make known the greatness of God!

WHAT TO EXPECT ON SUNDAY MORNINGS Smiles and Friendly Information. A relevant message and meaningful worship. Sunday School for All Ages

WHAT’S IMPORTANT TO US Worship Community Discipleship Evangelism World Missions

In Christ’s Love & Service—Pastor Mike Jones 531249307

www.indbible.org • (360) 452-3351 • ibc@indbible.org Worship Center: 116 E. Ahlvers Rd., Port Angeles • Administration Building & Upper Room: 112 N. Lincoln St., Port Angeles

Faith Directory 2014.indd 1

2/26/14 5:44 PM

2/25/14 4:50 PM



MARCH 2015


Places to worship on the North Olympic Peninsula


2 4 3 5




MARCH 2015


7 9



10 Locations of the churches featured in the 2015 Faith Directory 1. First United Methodist Church 110 E. Seventh St. Port Angeles, WA 98362

7. Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 73 Howe Road Port Angeles, WA 98362

2. Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church 925 N. Sequim Ave. Sequim, WA 98382

8. Dungeness Community Church 45 Eberle Lane Sequim, WA 98382

3. Seventh-Day Adventist Church 30 Sanford Lane Sequim, WA 98382

9. Faith Lutheran Church 382 W. Cedar St. Sequim, WA 98382

4. Sequim Worship Center 640 N. Sequim Ave. Sequim, WA 98382

10. Unity Church of Port Townsend 3918 San Juan Ave. Port Townsend, WA 98368

5. Independent Bible Church 116 E. Ahlvers Road Port Angeles, WA 98362

11. St. Matthew Lutheran Church 132 E. 13th St. Port Angeles, WA 98362

6. First Christian Church 2606 S. Race St. Port Angeles, WA 98362

For more information about each church, see features and advertisements throughout this section.



MARCH 2015


First United Methodist Church By First United Methodist Church First United Methodist Church of Port Angeles was founded in 1890 and has stood at the corner of east Seventh Street and south Laurel Street since 1928. The congregation is proud of its deep local roots and United Methodist affiliation that connects the church with congregations around the world. Becoming Disciples of Jesus Christ At First United Methodist Church, there is an emphasis on becoming disciples of Jesus Christ. Discipleship is a lifelong journey, so there are many opportunities to expand and deepen faith and Biblical understanding. Bible studies and Sunday school classes are weekly occasions to dig deeply into the Scriptures, exploring their context and meaning. Hard questions and lively discussions are encouraged. Small groups convene in the spring and fall to read, discuss and learn together. Connections formed in small groups provide circles of encouragement and support for faith journeys. Tuesday morning prayer breakfasts are open to anyone with a desire to pray for the community, the world and those who gather. Two worship services are held on Sunday mornings. An informal 8:30 a.m. service in the Social Hall gathers worshippers around tables for coffee,

fellowship and shared worship. A service at 11 a.m. is held in the Sanctuary, where the high ceiling, stained glass and choir add to a more traditional atmosphere. A fellowship time follows the second service. “The Church has Left the Building” Mission is vital to this congregation and is extended both locally and abroad. The church reaches beyond this community with mission trips, ongoing support to an orphanage in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and a covenant missionary in Nepal. The congregation hosts and organizes the Friday Night Friendship Dinner, serving a free, hot dinner to up to 150 people each week since 1992. Women are invited to become part of the very active United Methodist Women unit that annually raises more than $14,000 for local and global missions. Monthly discussion circles and general meetings provide fellowship and support. The UMW Clothes Closet offers free clothing to men, women and children of the community, and is maintained by church and community members who donate, wash and organize gently used clothing. A recent partnership with Dry Creek School supports students and teachers with tutoring and classroom help, financial donations and gifts of clothing and school supplies.

Knitters and crocheters gather weekly at the church and create prayer shawls to share comfort and warmth with the community. Quilters meet twice a month to sew baby quilts for the local hospital’s newborns. Visitors Expected! You are welcome to this warm congregation and are invited to join in worship and other gatherings. Recent upgrades have made the building more warm and welcoming and include new heat pumps, a new wheelchair-accessible east entry and renovation of the church’s entry and welcome halls.

Sunday Mornings 8:30 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Worship 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 43994154

110 East 7th Street , Corner of 7th & Laurel Port Angeles • (360) 452-8971 office@pafumc.org • www.pafumc.org



MARCH 2015


Seventh-day Adventists By Seventh-day Adventist Church

We accept Jesus as our personal Savior and believe the Bible is a dynamic, God-inspired book, whose teachings are still relevant for today.

Promoting a joyful mind, healthy body, Christ-centered Spirit. Saturday Mornings Adult Bible Studies: - 9:30 am Children & Teen Programs: - 9:30 am Praise & Worship: - 10:50 am

Wed. Evenings Prayer Meeting: - 7:00 pm Pastors Mark and Colette Peker


Phone: 683-7373 sdachurchemail@sequimsdachurch.org

30 Sanford Lane (off Sequim Ave) • Sequim, WA www.sequimadventistchurch.org

We love and support our local community through:  Food and Clothing Distribution Center  Depression Recovery Seminars and Healthy Eating Classes  Pathfinders & Adventurers (Christian Scouting Program)  Community Bible Studies We are a worldwide congregation of more than 20 million members in 143 countries which allows us to share Christ globally through:  Mission and Disaster Relief Organizations plus medical clinics and hospitals, K-12 schools and universities, television and radio programming (locally KROH 91.1 FM)

Come and worship with us!

Interesting Information: Serving the Sequim-Dungeness community since 1949      

Christ-centered education that is academically strong A curriculum that emphasizes character development Low teacher to student ratio State certified teachers Washington State Education Department approval as a Private School Grades K-8

Call for a tour of the school and enrollment information

Mountain View Christian School (K-8) Serving the Sequim/Dungeness Community since 1949 255 Medsker Road, Sequim 360-683-6170 mvcsinfo@gmail.com


Faith Directory 2015

March 2015

Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette

Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church By Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church Lunch Program. We also hold a community garage sale each summer and the Yuletide Bazaar in the fall. All monies made at these two events are distributed among organizations within the community. Additionally, we open our facilities for AA, NA and Al-Anon meetings, the Gay Straight Alliance for youth and MOSAIC. We also reach out internationally to share God’s love. Handmade quilts, school kits and baby kits are given out through Lutheran World Relief. Assistance is also offered to a Peace Corps volunteer in Costa Rica and mission work in Panama. Jesus showed us the gracious love of God for all people. We are called to do the same by helping others here and throughout the world and welcoming all who visit our small church with the big heart. God’s work, our hands.

DUNGENESS VALLEY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Jack Anderson WORSHIP TIMES SUNDAY Worship Services 8:30am & 11:00am

Christian Education 9:40am -10:40am

Call for Summer Hours 925 N. Sequim Avenue • 360-681-0946

What is Unity?

Unity Church of

Unity is a positive, practical, progressive approach to Christianity based on the teachings of the Universal Christ and the power of prayer and co-creation. Unity honors the universal truths in all religions, and respects each individual’s right to choose their spiritual path to the Divine.

Port Townsend Come Home to Unity

We seek to celebrate that Divine Presence which unites all of us and our world. Our mantra is “Unity of Port Townsend is an Authentic, Transformative, Spiritual Community.”

Do you consider yourself spiritual

Authentic...a place where all can honestly share their soul journey & talents.

rather than religious? Then Unity is for you! Rev. Pamela Douglas-Smith www.unitypt.org




• www.dvelca.org

Unity Spiritual Enrichment Center 3918 San Juan Ave • Port Townsend

Transformative...a place where each can grow consciously & gracefully at depth. Spiritual...a place where the many, miraculous expressions of Spirit are welcomed. Community...a place where all of life is shared with caring, kindred spirits.


Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church is a caring community of Christians called to reach out to all people in our community and, as much as possible, the world. We welcome everyone, without exception. We extend ourselves to each other as a church family. We offer Christian education for young and older that is challenging and thought provoking. Pastor Jack’s sermons are original, inspiring and based on Bible scholarship. Our book discussion groups are stimulating, and the video presentations help us better understand the history and values of Christian life. This little church with a big heart works tirelessly with local organizations to share God’s love. Our congregation helps with and supports the Sequim Food Bank, Lutheran Community Services, Sequim Health and Wellness Clinic and the Light

Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette

Faith Directory 2015

March 2015

Dungeness Community Church By Dungeness Community Church Welcome to Dungeness Community Church. Whether you’ve never been to church or have gone to church for years, we hope you feel welcomed when you come through our doors. We believe in making church a casual place where you feel comfortable. We believe you will experience the difference God is making in our lives, and we believe He can, and will, in your life, too. There is something for everyone at DCC no matter the life stage you are in — single, divorced, family with or without children, 25 or 75. We trust you would enjoy your time with us. Children’s Ministry Children are a vital part of the Body of Christ. Our ministry team consists of loving, qualified teachers and volunteers who seek to teach children about God’s love and support families as they raise their children up in the Lord Jesus. When you visit us on Sunday morning, you will find: n Sunday school provided for children 2 years to fifth grade n Nursery provided for infants and children up to 2 years old The goal of our program is to: n Introduce children to a relationship to Jesus Christ. n Provide a solid understanding of the Bible.

Student Ministries Student Ministries is geared toward middle school students on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. and high school students on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. We celebrate and worship our God through games, song and an engaging lesson. Each weekend, we design special worship services with teenagers in mind. These services are Christ-saturated, interactive gatherings where students can feel comfortable inviting their friends. Sunday morning teaching is focused on bringing God’s word to life in creative, biblically faithful ways which can be applied to real life. For more information about DCC students, visit www. dcchurch.org or email david@dcchurch.org. Community Groups Community groups meet weekly in a home setting. These groups offer a place where people can develop deeper friendships through sharing, praying, studying and discussing scripture and Christian life. The members also support each other in times of personal need and family crisis. The church office has a list of groups open to new visitors. Men Personal growth through study, service and community is the goal of our men’s ministry. There are two weekly studies, Tuesday and Thursday

Scott Culver Wayne Yamamoto David Piper


3.9 miles north on Sequim Ave. from Hwy 101

email: info@dcchurch.org • www.dcchurch.org 683-7333 • Monday - Thursday, 8-4 • Friday, 8-1

mornings. We also have a monthly breakfast in the late fall and winter which moves to a monthly dinner once the days lengthen. An annual men’s retreat, two mission trips and community service activities are scheduled throughout the year. Our desire is to give every man the opportunity to flourish in his relationship with God and with others. Women All women are welcome to join the Bible studies offered by Women’s Ministry on Thursday mornings and Monday evenings. Smaller home Bible studies are available. While Bible study is the primary focus, Women’s Ministry also supports prayer ministry, a walking group, craft group, book club, and several events each year to develop friendships and fellowship among women. This loving and supportive group of Christian women invite women to the community to worship, learn, fellowship and serve God with them. DCC Women’s Ministry is also on Facebook. Global and Local Outreach Our vision is to see the members of DCC become so passionate about God’s love for people that they develop ministry skills and become involved in outreach ministries locally, nationally and around the world. We participate in the Basque USA ministries, have built houses in Mexico through Amor ministries, and are exploring ministries around the globe as well as local outreach possibilities. Christian Counseling DCC has two staff counselors who are available for all types of counseling needs. They are professionally trained with master’s degrees and more than 26 years of experience. Their goal is to combine a completely Christian perspective with the highest level of professional standards, without compromise to either side, honoring the Biblical principles that make for a wise life well lived. Their fees are subsidized by DCC, which keeps them low for their clients.

Ministries to men, women, youth and children Sunday morning worship 10:00 a.m. Nursery Available 45 Eberle Lane • PO Box 2920, Sequim


Worship & Arts We believe that music and arts are great ways to express our love and appreciation to the Lord. We’ve made it our goal to provide a service that blends a variety of different styles of music, from classic hymns to modern, contemporary worship. We strive to offer quality music that allows you to focus on worshipping the Creator. It is our desire that everyone who comes to DCC would have an opportunity to encounter God through worship.


Faith Directory 2015

March 2015

Looking for a different kind of “church” community?

Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette

OLYMPIC UNITARIAN Universalist Fellowship

Whatever You Believe about God, or Don’t . . . We Welcome You. We believe that each and every person is important.

We are a member of the Unitarian Universalist Association of over 1000 Congregations. www.uua.org /OlympicUUFellowship

Children’s Program Play & Enrichment Social Action Programs Children Homeless Environment


Our roots are in the Protestant and Judeo We believe that all people should be Christian tradition. Our sources include science and treated fairly and kindly. philosophy as well as other We believe that we should accept one world religions, atheists and another and keep on learning together. mystic movements. We believe that each person Unitarian Universalism is must be free to search for an evolving religion, not a what is true and right in life. revealed religion. It is about We believe that all persons this life, not an afterlife. should have a vote about the things UUs focus on actions and that concern them. experiences, not beliefs. We believe in working for a Our emphasis is not how peaceful, fair, and free world. we differ, but rather how we We believe in caring for our planet respect various beliefs about Earth, the home we share “God” and religion. with all living things.

Choir A Welcoming Congregation

Same-Sex Marriages proudly performed by our chaplain

Come visit us any Sunday at 10:30 AM!

P.O. Box 1264 73 Howe Road Port Angeles, WA 98362

(360) 417-2665

https://olympicuuf.org email: admin@olympicuuf.org

Located midway between Port Angeles and Sequim near the Agnew community Old Olympic Hwy


73 Hwe Rd. N. Barr Rd.

N US 101

Profile for Sound Publishing

Special Sections - Faith Directory, 2015  


Special Sections - Faith Directory, 2015