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"Let's Hear It For the Mothers"

Reverend James' sermon from Sunday, May 10, 2015...

On this Mother’s Day, let’s hear it for the mothers - - all the mothers.

Let’s hear it for the sleep-deprived, spit-stained, yogurt-caked-in-hair mothers who call it a good day when more of their child’s breakfast ends up in their child than on the floor or in the dog.

Let’s hear it for the mothers who breast-feed in public, who put the needs of their children above the prudery of passersby and who can give the stink eye as good as they can get it from the occasional old odd sneering face.

Let’s hear it for the mothers of toddlers who live with the reality that the difference between a two-year-old and a terrorist is than you can negotiate with a terrorist.


Are You Looking For a Liberal Religious Community in South King County?

Are you seeking a place where you can experience a welcoming community, a place where diversity of many kinds is celebrated and where you will be accepted for who you are?

Are you seeking a place where you can open your heart to what is inspiring, sustaining, transforming and redeeming in life without the dogmas of orthodoxy?

Are you seeking a place where you can engage in a free and responsible search for religious truth?

Are you seeking a place where you can feel belonging, where others care for you and you care for others?

Are you seeking a place where you can work with others toward a better, more compassionate, more just world for all of us?

Are you seeking a place where you can grow your soul?

Saltwater Church is a Unitarian Universalist congregation serving South King County since 1954. Our members come from Seattle, Burien, Normandy Park, Des Moines, Federal Way, Brown's Point, Tacoma, Renton, SeaTac, Kent, Auburn, and other South King and Pierce County communities.

Join us for services at 10:30 a.m. on any Sunday morning. Programming for children and youth, as well as childcare for crawlers and toddlers, is also available at this time.

Reverend James Testifies at Federal Way City Council Meeting

Watch Reverend James's testimony  in front of the Federal Way City Council at its February 17 meeting. Reverend James testified in favor of creating a day shelter for homeless men, women, and children in Federal Way.


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