Wherever You Are On Your Spiritual Journey
A t Suquamish United Church of Christ we are committed to an ongoing program of education and action to support our church becoming an actively anti-racist church from here forward. More…
W e are an open and affirming inter-spiritual community in the Christian tradition and welcome all who wish to join us in worship and participation in church life. We invite you to become full members and leaders of the Suquamish United Church of Christ community. We are open and affirming to members of groups that continue to suffer injustice for reasons including sexual orientation, race, gender, gender identity and expression, ethnic background, age, marital status, physical ability, and developmental differences.
We support marriage equality, and we are pleased to perform same gender marriages in our church.
God Is Still Speaking
W e are an evolving spiritual community in the Christian tradition.
Are you looking for meaning?
We’re about justice, understanding and exploration — a progressive church committed to theological exploration and service to others.
If you understand that faith is a matter of mind as well as heart, then we invite you to explore the many ways that God is still speaking today.
God’s love embraces all people equally, so no matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you’ll find a spiritual home here.
What We Believe
W e believe in God; that which can be sensed but never grasped by the mind. We engage this Sacred Mystery both as the essential nature of our being and in relationship. We believe that God has been revealing and will continue to reveal the power of life in creation, healing, and relationships of love throughout history.
We believe the Divine lives us, breathes us, thinks us, is us. We understand “sin” to be ignorance of our essential divine nature. We believe that Jesus (Yeshua) realized his true nature as the Christ, Child of God. As we move toward recognition of our true nature, we move toward the Christ in ourselves.
We turn to the sacred texts of faith traditions, including the Bible, allowing scripture to meet us and inspire us as it resonates with and challenges our own spirituality.
We believe in compassionate service to our community and the world and in deepening our inner connection with the Divine as our guide for action.
We respect the power of the Holy Spirit, which works in each person differently. We believe there are many ways to understand, live, and worship within the Christian tradition. We are nurturing a church community that welcomes individuals at any stage of their faith journey.
Sunday: 10:00 am
Worship services are held as “hybrid” services — in-person and online. Our policy is to allow each individual to choose whether they wear a mask in the building. We ask that you be considerate of others by social distancing.
Child care: Children are always welcome! Worship services include a time for the “Young At Heart.”
Here are steps we’ve taken to improve indoor air quality to help keep you safe in our building.
Services are also offered virtually using Zoom. You can join in the service by clicking on this Zoom link.
Check out recordings of past sermons and worship services on our Sermons page.
We ask for your grace as we move together through this uncharted territory where anxiety lurks, but where hope most assuredly lives.
All are welcome anytime, no matter who we are, what we offer, or where we gather.
Church activities are held virtually, in person, or both.
If you have any questions, please contact the church office: (360) 598-4434.
Free dine-in dinners are offered on most Wednesday evenings from 5:00 to 6:30 pm.
Our intent is “to serve community with every meal,” and we welcome a diverse population, regardless of age, gender, gender identity, ethnic background, physical ability, economic status, religion, or any other factor.
Any extra meals left at 6:30 pm are available for take-out or placed in the outdoor refrigerator where people can help themselves.
All of our cooking teams are volunteers. Donations are welcome though never required. We are grateful to everyone involved for making this possible!