Nurture Your Spirit ~ Help Heal the World            


Our Mission
Shoreline Unitarian Universalist Society is a welcoming congregation that supports lifelong spiritual growth, fosters reverence for nature, promotes justice and serves the local and global community.

Childcare and Religious Education classes are available during our services, September through June. Childcare only during July & August.

Our Newcomers section is designed to help you learn about SUUS and what to expect when you visit. For directions, click here. To learn more about our activities, check out our Newsletter.

Office Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 9:30AM - 4:00PM; Thursday 9:30 - 4:30. Office Closed Monday & Tuesday

"Love is the spirit of this church and service its law.

To dwell together in peace, to seek the truth in love and to help one another."


Sunday Services begin at 10:30AM


April 27, 2014  Worship: Rev. Megan Lloyd Joiner -Trusting Each Other, Trusting Ourselves

Trust, suspicion, and self-doubt are learned behaviors. So how do we learn or unlearn them? What difference might trusting ourselves and others make in the way we live our lives and engage with our community?


May 4, 2014  Worship: Seeking Thomas: Good News for Unitarian Universalists?

Rev. Megan Lloyd Joiner  "Those who seek should not stop seeking until they find..." These words and others from the "secret" Gospel of Thomas offer unexpected insights for skeptics and believers alike. This Gnostic gospel might be one of the earliest written documents containing sayings of a very human Jesus of Nazareth. What might the character of the apostle Thomas - doubter, seeker and Gnostic saint - and "his" gospel hold for today's Unitarian Universalism?


May 11, 2014 Worship: If There is to be Peace in the World: A Mother’s Day Sermon,

Rev. Megan Lloyd Joiner  Arise, then, women of this day! Unitarian Julia Ward Howe issued the original Mother’s Day Proclamation, a call for international peace, in 1870. Today, Mother’s Day is a time for women and men alike to reflect on how we care for each other and our world.


May 18, 2014 Worship: This service is being organized, planned, and facilitated by the SUUS youth group:"What Do You Plan to Do with Your One Wild and Precious Life?"  Mary Oliver's poem, "The Summer Day", asks this profound question at the end. We have asked 10 people from the congregation, each representing a decade of life spanning 100 years, to answer this question.



Religious Education for K-12 is in progress. For more information, contact Nathan Pawelek, Acting Director of Lifespan Religious Education. 

SUUS Office Open: Tuesday & Wednesday: 9:30am - 4:00pm, Thursday: 9:30am - 4:30pm

SUUS Office Closed on Monday & Friday.

What We Believe (In 30 Seconds)

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Connecting With UUs

Clicking on the icons below will take you to UU organizations.  SUUS Facebook, Unitarian Unversalist Association, Standing on the Side of Love, UU Service Committee, UU College of Social Justice, Church of the Younger Fellowship, Church of the Larger Fellowship, the Clara Barton District.

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Facility Rentals

Our Meeting Room, Library, RE rooms and Coffee Room are available for short term or long term rentals. For more information on renting our facility for your group or event, please click here.

The Unitarian Universalist Association expects all of its member congregations to be welcoming to individuals and families regardless of sexual or affectional orientation, gender identity or expression, race or ethnicity, ability/disability, class, age, or language and citizenship status. Shoreline has been recognized by the UUA as a Welcoming Congregation since 1993.