Social Action Committee/Cedars Justice Network
Cedars believes that a commitment to social justice is a natural extension of both our fellowship’s mission statement and the Unitarian Universalist principles. We further believe that integrated and coordinated social action is integral to the life and growth of our fellowship. Our mission, therefore, is to identify and facilitate involvement in social action and social justice projects to which we can make a positive and substantive contribution.
Social Action Team Service Activities
- Monthly Special Collections
- Super suppers
- Food drives for Helpline and Fishline
- Work Parties
- Annual holiday drive for YWCA Alive
Contact the Cedars office for more information (SocialAction@cedarsuuchurch.org)
Justice Network Activities
- Cross-Cultural Book Group (Contact Barbara Golden at firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Welcoming Congregation (contact Scot Hedrick)
- Green Sanctuary (Contact Leslie Marshall)
For more information on Justice Network activities and projects, contact email@example.com)
Recent Social Action/Cedars Justice Network Announcements
Retreat Begins Friday, March 31, 2017 from 6:00-9:00 p.m.
and Saturday, April 1 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The East Shore Unitarian Church (in Spring Hall)
12700 SE 32nd Street in the Factoria area of Bellevue, just off Richards Road near I-90
The East Shore Beloved Racial Justice Team cordially...Read More »
Bainbridge Island was the first place in the country to evacuate those of Japanese descent during WWII under Executive Order 9066. Many residents, including Walt and Milly Woodward who owned the Bainbridge Review, spoke out against the west coast incarceration.
The resources below are particular to Bainbridge Island. The...Read More »
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Friday, March 24, 2017
The home of Betty Petras
The Corss Cultural Book Group’s March selection is “No-No Boy”–to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of “Executive Order 9066” ordering the incarceration of those of Japanese descent.
What do you remember; how did your...Read More »