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    Whoever you are and whoever you love - you are welcome at Northlake!

SUNDAY SERVICE INFORMATION

Love at the Center

Article II of our UUA bylaws contains the 7 UU Principles that hold our congregations in covenant each to another and so much more. Through a process that involved feedback from more than 10,000 Unitarian Universalists, we recently presented a revised draft of the values … read more.

    All are welcome! We hope you will register to join us online via Zoom or show up in-person (when it is safe to gather). Whether online or in-person you will be warmly greeted before the service begins and have opportunities to connect with others after the service.

    No registration is required to attend the in-person Sunday service. Please review our Covid gathering guidelines for ongoing safety precautions.

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    Worship Experience

    Each Sunday, our community comes together for worship online and in-person from 10:25 to 11:45. Each service includes a children’s story, readings, hymns, choir or instrumental music, sharing our joys and sorrows, and a thought provoking sermon. We would love to meet you this Sunday!

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    Our Values

    Standing for love, justice, and peace since 1961, Northlakers gather for worship, programs, events and more. We are people of all ages, many backgrounds, and many beliefs. We are brave, curious and compassionate thinkers and doers. We create spirituality and community beyond boundaries, working for more justice and more love in our own lives and in the world. Learn more about UUism by clicking the link below.

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    Children and Youth

    Children are always welcome at Northlake services! Sunday morning online service offers multigenerational elements for families to engage with together. We also have a Children’s Religious Education Program, which uses age-appropriate curricula to connect children and youth to the values of our religion.

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    Northlake Unitarian Universalist Church has been lighting a beacon for love and justice in Kirkland, Washington since 1961