If you will be visiting Northlake for the first time, learn what to expect on our Visitor Page. We will be holding Sunday morning worship services online at least until Washington State reaches phase 4 in the reopening plan. You can also listen to recordings of recent sermons on our website or on your favorite podcasting app.

Each month, our services are inspired by our Soul Matters themes and related materials.

May 24 @ 10:25 – “ReDraw Your Weapon: Veteran Voce” with Guest Speaker Trish Brownlee

A conversation with veterans through art, music, spoken word, performance, poetry and storytelling. On this Memorial Day weekend, we pause to consider the role of the arts in both memorializing war and resisting violence by exploring veteran spoken word, artwork, music, and Trish’s personal relationship with both the book and author of “Draw Your Weapons” by Sarah Sentilles. This service is presented by Trish Brownlee, a veteran, and member of the Northlake community, with other veteran arts and music. This is a virtual service and a conversation, art exhibit, concert, spoken word, and more spanning across generations and communities.

Please join us by zoom

The virus made us go virtual! Zoom has enhanced security protocols starting April 5, so please bear with us as we all learn to navigate the new features.
(Zoom will prompt you to download software or the app for phone or tablet. Questions? Email dre@northlakeuu.org.)

Tech help will be available from 10:15 – 10:25 am. Click into the meeting, check your audio and video connection, then grab a cup of tea! Service will begin at 10:30.

A special Children’s and Family zoom will begin at 11:45 am. Email dre@northlakeuu.org for the link and additional information.


photo of Northlake sanctuary with kite decorations