UUCS Closure Notification
Please remember that our building is still closed. Call the office first if you need to stop by, as we are reserving our 5 person gathering limit for staff members.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: All regular Sunday Services and events (special and recurring) at UUCS are cancelled. You can watch the live streaming Sunday morning service at 11 a.m. only. Simply click on the purple “Watch Services” button.
Dear Friend and Members of UUCS,
Many are naturally beginning to ask when we think we might be able to reopen our building for services and events, and otherwise return to normal activities. Unfortunately, there is no way of predicting a precise date at this time. Our official position at the moment is that our building will remain closed until we receive an official “All-Clear” from our State government. I suspect the number of new cases will continue to rise before beginning to decline as a result of our widespread social isolation. We will keep you informed about any changes as soon as we know something new. I appreciate your patience during this difficult and uncertain time. We shall continue to find creative ways to stay connected and appreciate all the ways your are already reaching out to each other.
A special weekly video message from Todd will be available each Wednesday by clicking here: MINISTER’S MINUTE
PLEASE BEWARE!!! Many new scam emails have been circulating. The current scam emails appear to come from UUCS staff and Rev. Todd that are requesting help or a favor. PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND, REPLY TO OR FORWARD any message in Todd’s name, or any UUCS staff member that ask for money or gift cards, or help or favors. JUST DELETE THEM! Take note that these emails are coming from GMAIL accounts, not our church email addresses. Remember that any emails coming from UUCS STAFF are from our @uuspokane.org email accounts, emergency all church emails come from email@example.com. If it seems suspicious, it more than likely is suspicious! We have been diligent in reporting all scam emails to the Department of Commerce, Google, and the FBI. If you have any concerns about an email you have received, please send us a SEPARATE email message.
Revolution and the Humanistic Ethic
Rev. Dr. Todd Eklof
Live online streaming of Sunday service at 11:00 a.m. Click on “Watch Services”
There’s a subtle difference between being a true revolutionary and just a rebel, but the difference is important. The true revolutionary struggles in causes greater than oneself and is concerned with truly improving the wellbeing of all people, even at one’s own expense. In this sermon we’ll consider why keeping the humanistic ethic central in our work for justice is crucial to its success.