East Shore Unitarian Church
East Shore was founded in 1948. The congregation grew quickly, and in 1950 the Sanctuary was built in Bellevue. We currently serve over 700 adults and over 300 children and youth through worship, life-long education, fellowship, social justice, and community outreach.
We are a caring, religious community inspired by our Unitarian Universalist heritage.
We grow souls and bring peace and justice to our lives and our world.
Our core values inform what we do and how we wish to be.