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.

“Roofless Resilience: What Our Unhoused Neighbors Can Teach Us About Perseverance, Collective Care, and Building Beloved Community”

Sunday January 24 at 10:25 am with guest speaker Eli Poore (click to register)

When we think of the homeless/unhoused community, what often comes to mind are tent cities, cardboard signs, struggle, hopelessness, addiction, isolation, and a community with tremendous needs. Eli Poore, a Unitarian Universalist seminarian, Community Ministry Intern, and community organizer who has been working with the unhoused community using a strength and relationship-based organizing process in Corpus Christi, Texas, shares what lessons unhoused communities have to offer us about perseverance, relationships, interdependence, inherent worth, and building Beloved Community.

Use your regular link to worship service, or click here to register.  All meetings are held on Zoom. To learn more about how to download and use Zoom check out our Visitor Page. Members and friends who are on our email list will receive a weekly email with the links.

A special Children’s and Family zoom will begin at 9:30 am. Email dre@northlakeuu.org for the link and additional information.

>>Read Northlake’s Statement of Conscience dated 1/6/2021.<<


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