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Portland-Vancouver Area Unitarian-Universalist Churches


There are many UU churches in the Portland-Vancouver area.

They are of many sizes and each has a unique personality.

We invite you to try them all!



Cluster Representatives: Look here for Cluster documents.



Atkinson Memorial Church, Oregon City

Please see "UU Congregation at Willamette Falls" below.

Eastrose Fellowship UU, Gresham

"We are located in northeast Portland, and offer activities to restore your optimism, find your joy, and explore your own spirituality in a supportive environment. Visit one of our services; explore our programs and activities. This is a loving community of one hundred members intent on making our lives and the lives of those around us more meaningful."

First Unitarian Church, Downtown Portland

"A liberal spiritual community in Portland since 1866. We are a large congregation with a wide range of activities, extensive music program, and a religious education program for all ages. Our Mission is to create a welcoming community of diverse individuals; to promote love, reason, and freedom in religion; to foster life-long spiritual growth; and to act for social justice."

Mid-Columbia UU Fellowship, Hood River

"MCUUF is a welcoming religious community that serves individuals and families in the Columbia River Gorge, from Stevenson and Cascade Locks to The Dalles and Goldendale. Worship services are held weekly at the Rockford Grange in Hood River, and we offer an active religious education program for children and teens. Members live out their commitment to Unitarian Universalist principals by engaging in a wide variety of social justice activities throughout the community."

South Park UU Fellowship, West Linn

"SPUUF is a lay led, informal, independent fellowship in the West Linn/Oregon City area. We are a warm, open and friendly community of people. Our small size allows for a connectedness among members that has fostered a strong sense of belonging, family and community. We also have a casual atmosphere that many find a comfortable alternative to a more formal Unitarian church. We are also growing our membership, and are open to interested guests at any time."

UU Church of Vancouver, Vancouver

"We have been a "Home for the Liberal Religious Spirit" in Southwest Washington since 1953. With a membership of about 250 adults plus 70 children and youth, we feature a vibrant music program with an excellent choir and religious education programs for both children and adults. The congregation is actively involved in the community at large. Our current Whole Church projects include Hunger & Homelessness and Green Sanctuary."

UU Community Church of Washington County, Hillsboro

"We invite you to visit us at our historic church in Orenco. We are:
A welcoming, liberal religious community
Where we care for and encourage each other to
Free the Mind
Grow the Spirit
Reach out to the World
UUCCWC is proudly a certified green congregation. Plese check our website for more information about our Sunday services, terrific RE program and our many activities."

UU Congregation at Willamette Falls, Oregon City

"Since 1844, we have been the liberal church at the end of the Oregon Trail. We are a congregation of about 200 adults and 100 children who occupy a historic traditional church building. We have programs for all ages and many opportunities to work for social justice The mission of our welcoming community is to Invite Connection, Inspire Spiritual Growth, and Ignite Action both within and beyond our walls." The church is formerly known as "Atkinson Memorial Church"

UU Fellowship of McMinnville, McMinnville

"We are a newer fellowship, started in 2007, which meets in the McMinnville Senior Center. We are an official Welcoming Community of 62 members and a quarter-time minister. We have traditional services on the first and third Sundays and simplified, informal services on the remaining Sundays. We are a growing, vibrant fellowship with a good balance of ages. We have a children's RE program and a number of active committees. All are welcome!"

West Hills UU Fellowship, West Hills Portland

"We are a midsize, vibrant, and multi-generational congregation serving individuals and families who appreciate a liberal religious environment. We provide religious education from preschool through high school, and adult religious education that includes courses on spiritual development, as well as covenant groups. Many strong ministries lead our efforts towards social justice, climate change, and religious exploration."

Wy'east UU Fellowship, NE Portland

"We are a friendly, welcoming, neighborhood congregation. We're large enough to include sizable groups of children, young adults, middle-aged adults and seniors and small enough to gather for potluck after services once each month. We have a half-time minister, quality Religious Education programs for nursery through middle school, and a variety of small groups. Wy'east is active in social justice concerns, and members of the congregation regularly volunteer in the community. Our location at the Hollywood Senior Center offers additional opportunities for connection and collaboration. Our children are with us for the first part of worship every week, and our DIY ethos and intergenerational spirit make us a welcoming space for all. If you'd like to come and truly feel a part of a worshiping community, we welcome you to Wy'east."




Resources:
Single page listing of all local UU churches

Single page contact info for all local UU churches

Single page contact info for all Cluster Reps



Cluster-wide events:
SOLV Beach Cleanup
Portland Area Congregations will participate in the Spring SOLV Beach Cleanup on Saturday, April 1, 2017.

We will meet at Boy Scout Camp Meriwether, clean the beach, then drive to nearby Cape Lookout State Park and share a potluck lunch. We'll return to Portland about 3 p.m. At least 50 participants are expected.

All ages are welcome with adult supervision. To sign up, contact your congregationís site coordinator.

All-UU Potluck
July 23, 2017, 3:00pm, Blackburn/Dillon estate, 401 Montello Ave
UUs from all of the area UU congregations will be attending. This is a great way to meet with other like-minded folk and feel the resultant energy. We are not coordinating dishes so bring whatever you would like to share. Ingredient lists are recommended for all dishes.
For more info, contact your congregation's administrator or Cluster representative.



Portland Pride Day Parade
Sunday June 18, 2017 (Father's Day) 11:30am, First Church
For more info, contact your congregation's administrator or Cluster representative.





This page is sponsored by the Mt. Hood Area Cluster of UU Congregations.

This page last edited on may 18, 2017.