Tuesday, November 19, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.Meeting at the Cedars Center The Cedars Justice Network (CJN) will meet on Tuesday, November 19, at the Cedars Center. The CJN serves as an umbrella structure for several justice efforts in our church, including Green Sanctuary and Welcoming Community. We are working to find ways to invite new or existing Cedars Church Members
Saturday, October 12, 7:15 a.m.-5:15 p.m.Olympia UU Congregation 2315 Division St, Olympia WA 98502 The JUUstice Summit is a vital tradition for NW Unitarian Universalists and their justice allies. At each year’s summit, activists come together to consider how best to address social, environmental, and economic justice issues that challenge our world, and they discuss how
Vision and MissionNext MeetingOctober 15, 2:00 p.m., Cedars Center Interested members of the Cedars Justice Network met on September 10 to discuss the health of the committee and where its work might fit into Cedars and the community. We will meet again on October 15, at which time we will continue the discussion. For more
PRIDE FestivalJune 23 Penny Brewer, Mary Lou Teske, and Becky Walsh were among about a dozen volunteers in the Cedars Booth at the Bainbridge PRIDE Festival last Sunday. Betsy Minkoff reported that festival participation this year included four local churches, three more than the lone presence of Cedars in last year’s festival. We are pleased to see this event
Immigration Insight: Words Matter. No human is illegal. Every day we learn more about sensitive use of language. Follow this link to find a glossary that will help you make sense of the terms you frequently hear used in the reporting of news about issues related to immigration.