You are always welcome at Edmonds Unitarian Universal Congregation (EUUC). We are embracing of many beliefs, and welcome all genders and sexual orientations. We build community and change lives for the better. During this challenging time of COVID-19 we are gathering in virtual community while our facility is closed.
Join Our Virtual Community
Live-Stream our Sunday sermons at 10am on our Facebook page.
- To access live streaming of Sunday services hosted on the EUUC Facebook page, you do not need a Facebook account. Anyone can watch and listen. For those unfamiliar with Facebook, here is how to access the EUUC on-line services. Open your web browser and type in the web address facebook.com/euuc.org or click on that same address in our This Week at EUUC emails.
- Scroll down our Facebook page. If you see a pop-up window asking you to Log In or Create New Account, click on Not Now just below “Create New Account.”
- Continue scrolling down our Facebook page until you see a video showing one of our ministers (likely in their office at home) and the date of the service you are seeking. Click on that video. You can adjust image size, sound, etc. utilizing icons in the bottom right corner of the video screen.
Sign up to receive our e-News
Sign up to receive the e–News, including the weekly bulletin and monthly newsletter, via email. This will keep you informed about what’s going on at EUUC, and provide the Zoom links you’ll need.
Check out some services from previous Sundays by clicking here.
Join us for Coffee Hour right after the service on Zoom.
We all log on to Zoom when the sermon is over. Bring your own coffee! Sometimes we have large group check-ins, hosted by a few clever members of our Board of Trustees. We often break into smaller groups, via Zoom’s break-out rooms feature, for more personal conversation and sharing on a topic. To join our coffee hour, you’ll need a Zoom link. For Zoom links to this and other gatherings on Zoom, sign up for our e-News.
Join Us for Newcomers Connection 1st Sundays before the service on Zoom
Join us for other virtual gatherings:
Each week we provide opportunities for community and spiritual growth. We offer programs for children and youth, connection circles for adults, social justice groups, vespers services with meditation and music, grief services and musical experiences. Though our building is closed, many needs are being met online. You can look at info about small affinity groups here.
To receive information about programs for children and youth, please contact our Minister for Faith and Justice, Cecilia Kingman, here.
Learn more about Unitarian Universalism.
Check out the website of our national organization, the Unitarian Universalist Association at uua.org.
Like a visit with a person on our welcoming team?
Just fill out our Contact Me form, and we’ll get in touch with you. We can answer any questions you might have, and begin to get to know one another.
Consider taking our Membership Classes
We offer a series of two Membership Classes, which are designed to help visitors determine for themselves whether Unitarian Universalism, and Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Congregation, are a good fit for them. These classes are generally offered in person in small groups. However, due to COVID-19, we are currently offering these classes on Zoom.