Our stewardship theme is Grounded and Growing in Unity and Love: Nourishing Things That Matter, Nurturing People Who Care. On Sunday, March 4, the new Stewardship Website goes live, giving you an opportunity to make your generous pledge to the Cedars community on-line. This confidential process enables all members and friends to make their pledge
Our 2012-13 Stewardship activities begin this week, as we return to our perennial practice of gathering promises of financial support for Cedars’ coming year. The effort always seems to challenge us, but there is pleasure to be found in the doing, and we also always seem to succeed, as demonstrated by our 53 years of
During the season leading up to Easter, Cedars participates in the UU Service committee’s Guest at Your Table (GAYT) program. All Cedars members and friends are invited to take home a GAYT box and fill it with change in order to help bring about positive change in our world. On Easter Sunday, please bring your
Cedars would like to extend heartfelt thanks to Donna Larkin Mohr, Stewardship Chair, Board of Trustees Secretary, and stalwart member of the Communications, Green Sanctuary, and Budget Leadership teams. Donna also serves as board liaison for Cedars Religious Education, and leads by example through sustained, heartfelt community action. Please join us in thanking Donna!
On March 11, we will welcome a small group of adults and youth from the UU Church in Salem, Oregon who will lead our Sunday morning service. They will arrive the day before (Saturday, March 10) and need home hospitality (dinner, overnight and breakfast) from Cedars members or friends. If you can offer space in