10 am on Sundays. 415 Westlake Ave, Seattle.

This week is a 4th Sunday.

Worship in Action

Every Sunday is different. Catch the rhythm.

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Throughout August and September we are focusing upon the letter to the Philippians.  We are basing the title of the series on Phil. 1:27, "stand firm in one Spirit, striving side by side with one mind for the faith of the gospel."   Sermons from previous weeks are now on line.

This Sunday

Fourth Sundays provide a way for us to come alongside our neighbors in South Lake Union and beyond. Activities to choose from often include serving brunch at Mary's Place and Seattle Cancer Alliance, repacking bulk food for the food bank, making sandwiches for Immanuel Hygiene Center,  a hymn sing at Skyline retirement center, prayer, prep for our women's shelter and an open mic later in the day. There is usually an opportunity, too, to explore more about Union over a coffee with one of the pastors as well. We gather initially at 10am ( 9 am for Mary's Place) at 415 Westlake Avenue North and events usually wrap up 11:20 am.

 

Upcoming Events

Check out our calendar
IJM's Art Music Justice Tour - Hosted by Union Church:  September 22, 7 - 10 p.m.
A night of songs, stories, and prayer in the fight to end slavery. Music by Sara Groves and Sandra McCracken, featuring Sam Inocencio, IJM National Director, Philippines.  Tickets at eventbrite.

 Morning of Personal Reflection & Prayer
Saturday, September 30, 9am to 12 noon at 415 Westlake
(continental breakfast provided)
As we enter the Fall season, you are invited to join us for our Morning of Personal Reflection & Prayer through a time of quiet personal reflection & prayer in the company of others who are also seeking space for reflection & for hearing God’s voice of love speak into our lives. To RSVP email:  cathythwing@gmail or reply here. 

If you need childcare, please contact Renee:  reneen@upc.org

Truth & Justice is a community friends of Union Church, that are seeking to take a hard look at how race, bias, and injustice affect communities of color, and ultimately us all. Learn. Grow. Act.  Click this link for newsletter.

Free validated parking in the 321 Terry garage
(enter off the alley on Harrison)

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