Worship is essential to our community here at the Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship. We understand “worship” to center on its oldest meaning: a time that reminds us of what is most important and worthwhile in our lives. Each Sunday morning we come together to be reconnected to life's ultimate concerns.
Our services are respectful of the Judeo-Christian heritage, but you will likely experience a variety of religious and ethical traditions as part of worship. We often have readings and music from a wide range of sources, including eastern spirituality, earth centered traditions, religious humanism, and spirituality found in great works of poetry and prose. Music has long been a powerful aspect of worship and community at the Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship. Our musical offerings are eclectic, drawing on sources old and new.
Each week the sermon seeks to inspire the heart and mind and to explore what gives our lives meaning and substance. In this denomination it is okay to question and challenge assumptions about truth and faith.
We have one Sunday morning worship service at 10:30 am, with a time of coffee and conversation after the service. Attire for services is usually casual; however you are always welcome to dress as feels right for you.
Every service we recite our covenant, which helps us recall our purpose and spirit as we are together:
Love is the spirit of this fellowshipAnd service gives it life.Celebrating our diversityAnd joined by a quest for truth,We work for peace and honor all creation.This is our covenant.