Sunday, March 10 Nancy Philip, worship leader; Alex Sanso, worship associate Unitarian Universalism has been called the “Uncommon Denomination,” which some have indicated puts us in an underdog position compared to other religious traditions. Reverend Kent Doss of The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Laguna Beach has said, “I long for a day when we can
The Sustainability Book Group will meet at 7:30 PM on Thursday, March 28, 2013 at Herb and Leslie’s home (1866 Commodore Ln NW, Bainbridge Island) to discuss Michael Pollan’s second book, Second Nature: a gardener’s education (1992). This is a wonderful exploration of the relationships between humans and the rest of the natural world, of
Sunday, March 3 What inspires you? What lifts to your heart, makes you smile, gives you energy? Your children or grandchildren…the beauty of nature…being in community…? To our delight, we on the stewardship team have found inspiration in this year’s campaign. Some of you have told us you can feel that energy, and share it.
The transition to our new Cedars home is an ongoing and extraordinarily inspiring story. It’s a story of our church community of volunteers pulling together and accomplishing great changes with good cheer and in remarkably quick time. Cedars had budgeted $1,000 for moving expenses, but the efforts of nearly 20 volunteers—too numerous to name—has enabled
Sunday February 10 through March 3, Cedars will be working to support HAS through our generous donations. This remarkable organization has for 57 years provided health care, health infrastructure, education and employment for the Haitian people. As we heard from John Walton, Board Chair of HAS, our guest speaker at the February 10th service, HAS