Rev. Jennifer D. Alviar, Guest Minister
Live multiplatform worship in the sanctuary and over zoom!
Could the threat of climate change and the collapse of the institutional church serve as the necessary impetus to reform and rewild both ecology and theology? Please join us as we explore these questions from one UU minister’s pilgrimage through the landscape of wilderness and soul.
Rev. Jennifer DeBusk Alviar is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister whose unique call is to expand the welcome table of hospitality, inclusion and liberation. To this end, she cultivates positive relationships with community organizations and diverse faith traditions actively engaged in the healing work of bridge-building and social change. Rev. Alviar received her Master of Divinity degree at Starr King School for Ministry in Berkeley, California. She currently lives with her family on the traditional land of the Duwamish people known as Seattle, Washington.
Join us in the Saltwater sanctuary. Our doors open at 10:15 am.
- Masking is required indoors, and we recommend wearing a high-quality mask like an N95 or KN95. Masks are available at the front doors if you do not have one.
- We continue with a reduced seating set-up in the sanctuary of 90 seats, with each row spaced by three feet.
- We no longer have a capacity limit for the sanctuary.
- Social distancing is no longer required indoors. We will have cards available for you to place on seats if you would like to continue distancing from others in the sanctuary.
People of all ages are welcome. We hope to see you in person for worship one Sunday soon!
You can access the full covid safety guidelines here: https://saltwaterchurch.org/calendar/covid19-info/
To join by Zoom, go to https://saltwaterchurch.org/calendar/zoom-room/ and click on “To join a meeting—click here.” Or from the main church webpage, select Zoom Room from the drop down menu under “news and events” on the top menu bar. If this is your first time using Zoom, follow the prompts to download the application to your computer. It will be helpful if you have a high-speed internet connection. For some connections, a pair of headphones will be helpful (a simple pair of earbuds will do.)
If you would prefer to join by phone, dial 1-669-900-6833 and enter Meeting ID: 736 142 4210 when prompted. Long distance charges may apply, so it is best to call from a cell phone. If you have a smartphone, you can download the Zoom app and join with Meeting ID: 736 142 4210 for video and audio connection.