Installation of Our Minister, The Reverend Doctor Linda Ann Hart

Photo memories from the installation of The Reverend Doctor Linda Ann Hart as our settled minister on Sunday, October 29, 2017. The service was held at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Tacoma.

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Our Chalice Circles 2017-2018

What does it mean to be a people of … 

September: Welcome
October:  Courage
November:  Abundance
December:  Hope
January:   Intention
February:  Perseverance
March:  Balance
April:  Emergence
May:  Creativity
June:  Blessing


Chalice Circles are an important part of our church life. They provide an opportunity to be in a … read more.

Changes Ahead

Dear Friends,

I want to let you know that I have made the decision to welcome the unexpected guest of change into my life by accepting a full-time position as the Director of Lifespan Religious Education at the Mount Diablo UU Congregation in Walnut Creek, CA, … read more.

Partners in Transformation

About a year ago, the Tahoma UU Congregation entered into a partnership with the Vashon Island Unitarian Fellowship. Our minister, Linda Hart, works with their Board and provides worship service support to the community at Vashon. Both congregations are supporting, and receiving the benefits of, … read more.



Lucky me. Lucky us.

Rev. Dr. Linda A. Hart

I get to share the good news that the Rev. Dr. Linda A. Hart is a candidate to become the settled minister for the Tahoma Unitarian Universalist Congregation!

In late January, a Task Force of five TUUC members … read more.

Reverse Offering Results

On Sunday, February 12, those attending the service had the chance to get an offering from the church.  There were $20 bills in envelopes taped under the seats in the sanctuary claimed by whoever was sitting nearby.  The requirements of receiving the offering were to do … read more.

Hart to Hearts

It is a time when hyperbole is easy to fall into. Social media seems to be always exploding with the latest outrage or triumph, and it’s hard to not get carried along. But, as I said after the election, the work we are called … read more.