Friday, May 9, 2014 A series of Spiritual Odyssey Potlucks will continue on the second Friday of each month from 5:30 to 9:00 p.m. at the Cedars UU Center – 284 Madrona Way NE, Bainbridge Island. These monthly potlucks feature the personal stories of Cedars UU members and friends. Two people (who have agreed ahead
“Enlighten us, but make it quick.” It’s a community festival of ideas and passion in five minute talks on a variety of intriguing topics — at Bainbridge Cinemas in the Pavilion, 7 p.m. A trio of this year’s umpteen speakers are Cedars-related: Barry Peters, Rev. Jaco, and Head of The Island School, Trish King. You
May 4, 2014 Bill Scarvie, Cedars Speaker Alex Sanso, worship associate For many years, Bill Scarvie felt spiritually secure, his inner life rich. Now he is feeling a certain restlessness—an urge to go deeper, to get more grounded in Spirit. Where might the spiritually restless find balm for their tattered soul? The Cedars Choir sings
We know that Cedars members and friends read many books, and your Community Life Committee believes that setting up a table on the first Sunday of each month to allow members to exchange and gift books will offer even more opportunities to share ideas and encourage conversations. No censorship here for fiction or non fiction. However,
The UU College of Social Justice is offering a Youth Justice Leadership Training in our region this summer! This powerful program for high school youth will be held in Seattle August 9 – 15, and generous financial aid is available for those who need it. For more information visit uucsj.org/youth.