Due to co-leader withdrawal, the series of six sessions scheduled to start April 13, “Healing the Heart of Democracy,” has been postponed indefinitely.
The first session of our Welcoming Congregation Renewal journey was held on March 23. Prior to that session, Rev Jaco ten Hove gave an inspiring sermon on his journey from homophobia, which was a perfect prelude to our journey. (Read sermon here.) Read more about what happened at the session. There were ten folks who
The next of these monthly dinners that feature the personal stories of Cedars members and friends will take place April 11 from 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at the Cedars Center. Our speakers this month will be Donna Moore and Julie Collis. Hearing our fellow UU’s spiritual experiences is a great way to get better acquainted and usually
Marcia Christen, a certified Nonviolent Communication trainer, will lead this class starting at 7:15 p.m. at the Cedars Center. Do you care about other people? About yourself? How about people you disagree with? Developing empathy for others as well as for ourselves can make an enormous difference in our lives and in the world. To register, please contact Becky Walsh at 206-451-4157 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tragedy has struck close to home. The mudslide in Oso feels as if it’s in our own backyard. Those are our neighbors who have been lost. Those left behind are our neighbors suffering from all that loss. They need help. And so the Social Action Committee has organized an emergency special collection for the April