During our Sunday morning services, we gather to enjoy the company of one another, reflect on the big questions of life, find inspiration and wisdom in words and music, and experience the solace of looking out the windows of our sanctuary onto the peaceful, forested grounds surrounding us.
Year-Round At Saltwater Church:
We have classes, groups, and activities for people with many different interests.
Learn more about our current classes as well as our ongoing groups and activities.
The New Directory Is Here!
We have made the current directory of members available. Please log in to access it through the link at the bottom of this page. We will update it with the most recent corrections and replace it the first week of May as scheduled.
News You Need To Know
NYNTK is available every Sunday morning at our worship service.
For this week click here: April 23,
Click on the date for previous editions: April 16, April 9, April 2, March 26, March 19, March 12, March 5.
From the Board: Bylaw Forum
Saltwater Church’s move to Policy Governance has made obvious changes in how we do business. The Board been working to make our Bylaws consistent with these changes. The Board will host 2 Bylaw Forums to solicit your feedback on the proposed changes: Wednesday, April 26, 7 p.m., in the Sanctuary, and Sunday, April 30, 11:45 a.m., in the Sanctuary. The draft Bylaws will be available here BYLAWS, and they will be posted in the Welcoming Room. At our June 11 Congregational Meeting, we will present the Bylaw amendments for your approval. Questions? Contact Susan Aigner at email@example.com, 253-569-8156.
UU Spring Retreat at Seabeck
Any more registrations must come via the on line registration process. Click here for information about our All Church Retreat. To sign up, click here to enter the Shoreline UU Church website. Scroll down their page for more information and to use the paypal entry tab.
Our children and youth are a vital part of our shared religious community. We strive to share our shared beliefs and values with them, but even more importantly, we strive to help them discover their own values and beliefs. As the Unitarian minister William Ellery Channing once said, "The great end in religious instruction is not to stamp our minds upon the young, but to stir up their own."
Saltwater Church is a growing, thriving, intentionally inclusive, spiritually progressive, justice seeking community of all ages serving all of South King County since 1954.
Our members come from Seattle, White Center, Burien, Normandy Park, Des Moines, Federal Way, Brown's Point, Tacoma, Renton, SeaTac, Kent, Auburn, and other South King and Pierce County communities.
Our congregation is also a member of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations.
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You and any member of your family are welcome to join us on any Sunday morning or at any of our activities on any other day of the week.