Welcome to the Community Unitarian Universalist Church
Joy and Service, Right Here, Right Now

2819 W. Sylvester Street, Pasco, WA 99301
Join us Sunday at 10:30 a.m.!

Who are we?

We are a people of faith with open minds, loving hearts and helping hands. CUUC has been a part of the Tri-Cities since 1948, helping families explore world religions, human diversity, ethics and responsible living. We keep our minds open to the religious questions people have struggled with in all times and places. We believe that personal experience, conscience, and reason should be the final authorities in religion. In the end, religious authority lies not in a book, person, or institution, but in ourselves. CUUC’s services and programs support each person’s life-long growth and spiritual learning. Come as you are, who you are. We are a Welcoming Congregation. Our differing strengths and gifts join to form a caring and vibrant church.

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Where are we?

We are set back from the street on all sides.  To find us, click or tap on “View larger map”, and then find the street view.  That’s us!  Pan around for reference points.  If you find yourself at the Eagles lodge, we are right next door.  Welcome.

What’s happening?

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Wondrous Service yesterday at Community UU Pasco, WA. Great music by Choir, fun Children's Circle, and I got carried away with my sermon: a lover's quarrel with democracy. I felt we manifest and shared a powerful spirit. Many hands followed service with inside and out facility spring clean up. Thanks All. ...

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Tomorrow's call to worship:
Let us remember the ancestors…
They gathered by rivers, shores, respectful of the mystery and power of water.
They gathered on ridges, mountains, high places honoring the vastness of the skies.
They gathered in meadows, pastures, and forests embracing the shared life of creation.
Beginning with awareness of the other they first sought safety for what they feared.
Beginning with appreciation of their dependency they sought satisfaction for what they needed.
Their times are past, their recognitions are different from what we see today.
Their ways served and for good as well as ill bequeathing us our inheritances.
While we are different in our ways from them we seek as they sought:
Courage to face our troubles and the resources to secure our life.
Let us enlarge on their experiences and be bold in challenging those choices that made toxic the gifts.
May we learn from their lessons – how precious, fragile, and vital is our interdependency, physically and spiritually.
Let us be humble before that with is greater: the eternal mystery in which we live and move and have our being.
And may with loving hands and open minds we acknowledge and claim the myriad blessings of being and seek to honor and share those gifts with fresh resolve.
Let it be.
© Doak M Mansfield 4/14/2018

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10:30 AM every Sunday: 2819 W. Sylvester in Pasco, WA. Serving freedom of the spirit and mind since 1948 in the Tri-Cities. All welcome as they are and as who they are... ...

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