Let’s TalkImmigration Issues: Then and NowFebruary 16, after Sunday Worship ServiceThe Island School Library Do you have an immigration story to tell? Are you a friend or family member of an immigrant? Do you have questions about current policies or the Tacoma Detention Center? Share stories and get information as you join Katherine Niall and Barbara Golden in this
Friday, February 14 2:00-4:00 p.m.Cedars Center The Cedars Pastoral Care Team cordially invites you to attend the Elders Tea as an honored elder, a long-term Cedars member, or a supporter of our Cedars elders. Cedars members believe it is important to respect our Elders. Who is an Elder? We use the word in the tribal sense: an Elder is someone
Better Together! Cedars All-Ages Retreat Friday, March 20-Saturday, March 21Seabeck Conference CenterSeabeck WA Registration is NOW open! Come celebrate the community we share, and deepen our connections. Join us overnight Friday through Saturday, or just come for the day on Saturday. We have activities planned for all ages, including a Friday night campfire with s’mores and
Cedars Member Honored We just have learned that long-time Member, Judy Willott, and her husband, Don (see picture above), will be honored with the Phyllis Young Award at the Bainbridge Island Land Trust Annual Meeting tomorrow. The couple is being recognized for their years of service to the community in ways that exemplify the mission of the Land Trust to preserve
Sunday, February 23, noon-2:00 p.m.Webster Hall, The Island School Climate change is here and with it have come many feelings, concerns, and visions of what will unfold. Our Changing Earth Cafe is a safe place for people to express whatever feelings they may or may not have about the future of our planet and our interconnected life.