10 am on Sundays. 415 Westlake Ave, Seattle.

This week is a 4th Sunday.

Worship in Action

Every Sunday is different. Catch the rhythm.

Complexity, fatigue, magnitude, rapid change, fragmentation, bias, entrenchment---is it really possible to make a positive difference in life? How is that possible? Explore together a means of seeing positive personal, social, environmental and spiritual transformation this Sunday through our Worship in Action.

Try one of our offerings...or create your own and let us know what you are discovering.  Click here: Worship in Action.

Women's Gather
This Saturday, October 21, 9 -11 a.m.
415 Westlake Ave N

 A time of creativity and connection. Just drop in!

 

 

Upcoming Events

Check out our calendar

Seahawks vs Giants  Watch the game on Union's big screen with Bo & Company. Settle in 1:00; game time 1:25. Snacks welcomed, too!

Immanuel Community Services (ICS) Benefit Breakfast
Thursday, October 19, 7:30 a.m., 415 Westlake Ave
Keynote Speaker:  King County Council Chair J. Joseph McDermott.  ICS is one of our first ministry partners.  Help us support their local work through their food bank, hygiene center and recovery program as we host the event at 415 Westlake. 
Contact Renée if you would like to be part of a Union table.

Morning of Personal Reflection & Prayer
Saturday, November 18, 9am to 12 noon at 415 Westlake
(continental breakfast provided)
The Saturday before Thanksgiving join us for our Morning of Personal Reflection & Prayer.  This will be 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. 

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 parking in the 321 Terry garage (on weekends only)
(enter off the alley on Harrison)

Images from our Instagram feed @unionchurchseattle.