May's theme "Curiosity"

May 19th, 10:30am: “Live the Questions Now” by Rev. Dr. Barbara Wells ten Hove with Sunday Service Associate Lindsay Hindle. This sermon will explore how doubt and faith intersect to both challenge and bless us.

May 26th, 10:30am: “Planning for Rain - UU Principles in the Sustainable City” by Yette Patterson-Gram, a third generation UU, raised in the North Shore Unitarian Church, with Sunday Service Associate Leslie Gibbons. What does it mean to be a Unitarian Universalist out in the world? What about in the workplace? The seven principles can inform the kind of work we do, and how we do it.

June's theme "Beauty"

June 2nd, 10:30am “Gospel of UUism in Music” by Rev. Dr. Barbara Wells ten Hove & Ryan Guenther. Unitarian Universalist (UU) hymns speak powerfully to our faith and spiritually. We'll explore the deeper meanings of a few hymns while singing with joy and gusto.

June 9th, 10:30am “Briding Service” led by Ariel Hunt-Brondwin and the Youth.

June 16th, 10:30am “Wanderer, Worshiper, Lover of Leaving” by Rev. Dr. Barbara Wells ten Hove with Sunday Service Associate Kerry Burke. This is Rev. Barbara’s last Sunday with us! Come hear her last sermon with us, and help us wish her a farewell. We are deeply appreciative of her leadership during this past year!

June 23rd, 10:30am “MAPS: The Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary” by Renia Pruchnicki (via Skype or Zoom) with Sunday Service Associate Ryan Guenther.

June 30th, 10:30am “Clearing Clutter as a Sacred Act” by Carrie Koehnline with Sunday Service Associate Lindsay Hindle. Life is always changing. Life’s transitions provide an opportunity to take a fresh look at what needs to be released to make room for what’s emerging. Carolyn (Carrie) Koehnline, a therapist, coach, author, and artist, will share how shifting to a sacred stance can help when you get overwhelmed by the practical and emotional challenge of clearing clutter from your home, head, heart, and schedule. Some North Shore members may remember Carrie as the theme speaker for the Winter, July, or August week of the Eliot Institute in recent years. She has written three books including Confronting Your Clutter, The Bear’s Gift, and hot off the press, Clearing Clutter as a Sacred Act.


We will not be holding any services during July and early August. Please join us on August 18th when Rev. Ron Phares will join us for his first service with us as our new Settled Minister!

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