We extend a special welcome to guests!
We invite you to you remain after the service for coffee and conversation. If you’d like to receive our free monthly newsletter, please enter your name and email address in the guest book. If you need further information or assistance, please ask one of the ushers. More printed information about the Northlake community and current newsletters are available on the tables at the rear of the sanctuary and in the foyer. More information about Unitarian Universalism is on the FAQ page.Religious Education for children of all ages
Our cooperatively–run program is based on Unitarian–Universalist history, principles, values, and sources from which UU’s draw wisdom. We encourage children to value and promote peace, justice, freedom, and respect for all existence.You are invited to be part of a congregation that strives to:
Step 1: Attend church services, talk to members, get to know us!
Step 2: Attend a newcomer orientation luncheon given by our Membership Committee.
Step 3: Meet with our minister, Rev. Marian Stewart
Step 4: Sign the membership book
Step 5: Be welcomed by the congregation!
Next Luncheon: June 9, 2013
These are held roughly quarterly, following service. If you are new to Northlake or Unitarian Universalism, please join us to find out more about our church. Childcare and a vegetarian-friendly lunch provided. Questions and dates? Please contact Jeff Copeland, Membership Chair, at 425-213-0450 or .