We Who Believe in Freedom Cannot Rest: The Urgency of Racial Equity

Sunday, August 5 10:00 a.m. The Island School    Guest Speaker Cheryl Nunez, Cedars member, and Marsha Gladhart, Worship Associate. Cheryl Nuñez’s talk will highlight troubling evidence of systemic injustice that catalyzed the first Poor People’s Campaign in 1968 as well as the contemporary National Call for Moral Revival led by Revs. William J. Barber

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Immigration Insight – Words Matter

The following definitions are to help you make sense of what you hear in the news. Deportation: the action of deporting a non-citizen from a country. Deportation differs from extradition. Extradition is usually based on a treaty between two countries where one agrees to force the return of a person to the other country. The

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Save the Date-Cedars Sock Hop

September 29, 2018 5-9:00 p.m. My Girl Drive In, Kingston, Washington Dinner, dance party, car museum, game room and more! An authentic replica of a 1950’s drive-in restaurant. Elvis was here too. More information about the event as well as the venue is now available during the coffee hour following the Sunday Service in Webster Hall.

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Cross Cultural Book Group

To further explore the University Behind Bars message from Sunday, July 22, 2018 we recommend: The New Jim Crow by Michele Alexander; and Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson. Both books are non-fictional accounts of the US penal system with personal reflections by the authors. For more information about Cedars’ Cross Cultural Book Group, email  ccbg@cedarsuuchurh.org

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