Navigating the Soul of Human Nature & the Natural World

The natural world is a wise teacher in helping us cultivate a more soulful nature within. But how can we hear this still, small voice in our noisy culture? It requires a spiritual practice of listening attentively to nature guided by its own ecological wisdom. In the words of John O’Donahue, “May we learn to retune/And rest in the beauty/Of animal being/…Feel the earth/Breathing with us.”


Rev. Jennifer DeBusk Alviar (she/her) is an ordained, Unitarian Universalist minister whose unique call is to expand the welcome table of hospitality, inclusion and liberation. To this end, she cultivates positive relationships with community organizations and diverse faith traditions actively engaged in the healing work of bridge-building and social change. In particular, she advocates for accessibility and inclusion for brain injury survivors and those who identify as neurodivergent. Rev. Jennifer received her Master of Divinity degree at Starr King School for Ministry in Berkeley, California. She currently lives with her family on the indigenous land of the Duwamish people known as Seattle, Washington.

Our services are offered in multi-platform. You can attend in-person OR you can also attend via our online Zoom option.


Join us for worship service via Zoom Webinar at:

Webinar ID: 847 5531 1106, Password: 253

By Phone:

You can also listen on your phone by dialing 253-215-8782 with Webinar ID: 847 5531 1106 and Password 253 to hear the worship service.

The Zoom Webinar room opens at 10:15 a.m., and you’ll be greeted in our online chat by our Sunday Chat Chaplain.