The following message was posted in The Beacon in November 2017 Bainbridge Prepares Are you prepared for an emergency: at home, in your community at the Sunday service, or at the Cedars center? The Community Life Committee is developing plans to get Cedars prepared for emergencies, big or small. You can help. For “Emergency Preparedness/congregation” contact Leslie Marshall. For “Emergency Preparedness/locations,”
Monday, January 22, 2018 6:30 p.m. Cedars Board of Trustees Meeting Cedars Center Gathering will begin at 6:00 p.m. for those who wish to have dinner (bring your own) in the Center. Members and Friends of Cedars are welcome to attend. To email the Board of Trustees as a group: CedarsBoard@CedarsUUchurch.org
Sunday, January 21 10:00 a.m. The Island School With Rev. Thomas Perchlik, Cedars Minister and Keri Schmit, Worship Associate. Freedom of religion is being used as an excuse to discriminate against same sex couples and transgender people or against female employees. Yet, freedom of religion has always been promoted by Unitarians and Universalists.
Friday, January 12 6:00 p.m. Cedars Center On most 2nd Friday evenings friends or members of Cedars share stories of their spiritual journeys during a potluck dinner and discussion. Guest Speaker for January is Melissa Edgerton. Childcare can be arranged in advance; carpooling is encouraged. Contact: Odyssey@cedarsuuchurch.org
Sunday, January 14, 2017 After the service The Island School Library Topic: Centering: Navigating Race, Authenticity, and Power in Ministry The Cedars Justice Network invites you to a join in a discussion. Centering is one of this year’s UU Common Reads and provides insights into how to create an inclusive congregation. You do not need to