Joseph Bednarik

Joseph Bednarik serves as the Pulpit Assistant at Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Port Townsend, Washington. He studied philosophy at Haverford College, and has worked in literary publishing for over twenty years. He is currently the Co-Publisher of Copper Canyon Press, a nonprofit dedicated to poetry.


Topic: The Threshold between Order and Choose

In this darkening season of harvest and haunting, when little goblins are encouraged to knock on our doors and demand sweet nuggets of the world, let’s explore the manifold tricks and treats at the threshold between order and chaos.

Service Leader – Vivian Mulligan

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What if I Could?

Service Leader – Elaine Webber  

Story for all Ages – Penny Burdick

In her best-selling memoir Pastrix Lutheran minister Nadia Bolz-Weber writes:

“As much as I desperately wanted to be a Unitarian, I couldn’t, because what … read more.

July 22nd, 2018

Title:  Religious Rodeo: Bull Whips, Throwing Stars, and a Volunteer from the Audience

Description:  The traveling showman was larger than life: A world-record knife thrower, a Vietnam vet with a wooden leg, and fresh from a weekend at the legendary Gerry Rodeo. This summer … read more.