“Cally talks” are very interesting. Here is Cally Tauran giving a presentation on a trip she took to Haiti under the auspices of the Unitarian Service Committee.

Herding Cats picnic at Dosewallips State Park
CATS, HERDED — More than a dozen UUs and friends had a pot luck lunch at Dosewallips State Park.
Children enjoy the sunshine on the new picnic table outside of the Fellowship Hall.

RHYME AND REASON — Josephine Pedersen reads a favorite poem.
AS FALLS MADISON — Swollen by spring meltwater, Madison Falls pours into the Elwha.
OH, THAT HORIZON — With earlier overcast gone, the Olympic Mountains stand as sentinels over the Elwha Valley.
TO THE SEA — The Elwha River rushes to the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
APPROPRIATE POEM — The National Park Service and the North Olympic Library System’s signs present poetry along public trails.

Sharing a campfire at Dosewallips State Park



Elaine Webber
Dianne Whittaker


Project Homeless is one of our reach outs.

Our fabulous choir director!

We are a Welcoming Fellowship
Leadership involves everyone
Sincere personal connections are our strength
Children are part of our service
Our hall is intimate and friendly
Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship