September 6, 2015 (10:00 a.m. at The Island School) Rev. Barbara W. ten Hove, co-minister Alex Sanso, worship associate Seas, including our own Salish Sea, are ancient, deep, life-giving centers of meaning for humans. At this, our annual water ceremony, we’ll sit metaphorically at the sea’s edge as we share waters gathered during this summer.
Spirituality Book Group will meet on Fri, Oct 16, at 7pm at the Cedars Center to discuss Active Hope: How to Face the Mess We’re in without Going Crazy, by Joanna Macy & Chris Johnstone. This book is designed to be worked through as a group; we’ll decide that night if we should continue with it. Book Description: Climate change, the
Cedars Center signage has been upgraded, with three stand-up sandwich board signs now available to help guide people to events at our Winslow Madrona Way facility. A tall sign (kept in the closet of the foyer) can be placed just outside the front door (or at the west end of Madrona to guide people turning
In response to the disastrous wildfires raging in Eastern Washington, the worst ever in the state, the Social Action Committee is sponsoring a Special Collection for victim relief on Sunday, September 13th. Funds will be sent to the Community Foundation of North Central Washington (NCW). Established in July of 2014, the Foundation set up its
Did you know Cedars has a small library of books that are available for check out? Come by the Cedars Center and browse the books available. If you would like to check out a book please enter your information in the white three ring binder located on the middle shelf entitled “Library Check Out Log”.