Mid-Columbia Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
PO Box 521
Hood River, OR 97031
we meet at:
The Rockford Grange
4262 Barrett Drive
Hood River, OR map
Please come visit us!
Sundays at 10am
Sunday Worship with
Children's religious education and childcare
(view our calendar)
Rev. Ken Jones
We are a Welcoming Congregation. Please come visit! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
We welcome you, whoever you are, whatever your spiritual tradition, gender, race, economic status, sexual orientation, or age. The Mid-Columbia Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is a religious community serving residents and visitors of the Columbia River Gorge. We welcome you and thank you for visiting.
Our Mission: "We come together as a welcoming religious community that nurtures our spiritual growth, broadens our minds, and supports us in service to the wider world."
Members of our Warming Shelter team receive their “sock awards” from Rev. Andy Wade, shelter coordinator. MCUUF was the only religious organization to field a team to cover all the shifts on a given night. We covered two nights each month
Mea Culpa(a sermon by Tina Castanares, Jan 6, 2013)
“mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa” – “through my fault, through my fault,
through my most grievous fault”…. That’s part of the title of these remarks today. And
you might wee wonder why I chose Guilt as my topic, when I had the option to talk
about nearly anything.
Well, Guilt is a subject that’s interested me and motivated me all my adult life.
Rev. Ken JonesLet us extend the warmest of welcomes to our new interim minister, Rev. Ken Jones. If you would like to speak with Rev. Jones, he can be reached at email@example.com or 509-714-9861.
A musical journey with a prominent local musician, Rick HulettDec 16, 2012
Listen to the music and the message here
Don't Let the Light Go Out(a sermon by Rev. Ken Jones, Dec 9, 2012)
In the season of
darkness that surrounds the Winter Solstice, we turn to many rituals to brighten
our spirits and illuminate our way. None are more powerful than the Jewish
celebration of Hanukkah, which begins today, and is a commemoration of one
community’s stubborn refusal to let their light go out in the face of
insurmountable odds and oppression. In today's service, We celebrate this spirit and light a candle
for our spirits this winter.
Calendar of Upcoming Services and Events
There's lots going on. Click on a calendar item for more details.
MCUUF board members
Holly Harrel: President
Meeting and Greeting at a UU Sunday service