From the Ashes Thursday, February 6, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Bainbridge Public Library
From the Ashes presents compelling and often heartbreaking stories about what is at stake for those working in the U.S. coal industry, as well as for the economy, people’s health, and the global climate.
After the film, join a community discussion with Phil Rockefeller, former State...Read More »
Cedars Event Sales Sign-Up Sunday, March 1 after Sunday Worship Service Sunday, March 8 after Sunday Worship Service
Cedars Members and Friends are designing events and registering/donating them now. You will be able to sign up for the event(s) in which you wish to participate on March 1 and March 8. See more information in this...Read More »
Grades 1-4 will continue with picture book stories and related activities. The stories will be a series from Hebrew and Christian scriptures. The story this week will be Cain and Abel, and the leader is Linda Andrews, assisted by Brian Leekley.
Grades 5-8 will broaden their exploration of important issues often labeled Big Questions....Read More »
Grades 1-4 will continue with picture book stories and related activities. The stories will be a series from the Hebrew and Christian scriptures. They will start with the story of Adam and Eve and go all the way through the Easter story. Grades 5-8 will broaden their exploration of important...Read More »
Sunday, January 26 Summer in January at Fishline and Helpline!
These agencies will be the recipients of our Special Collection on Sunday, January 26th. Fishline in Poulsbo and Helpline on Bainbridge Island both provide emergency services for residents of those areas. These services include help with food, finding shelter, transportation, utilities, employment,...Read More »
Seventeen-year-old long distance swimmer, Chris Cox, was swimming off the California coast when she gradually became aware of a huge creature keeping pace with her. A powerful cross-species bond was created. Can we call it love?
Rev. Zackrie Vinczen, Minister Emily Mockett, Worship Associate
For over two centuries, our Unitarian Universalist forebears in North America have upheld the use of the democratic process and right to conscience within our congregations. In this service, we will explore the origins of this tradition and the...Read More »
Tuesday, January 14 7:00 p.m. The Traveler on Winslow Way Bainbridge Island
Hear Fran and David Korten talk about their remarkable recent 3-week experience in Cape Town and Johannesburg, which included an international conference and engagements with university students and faculty, intimate conversations with some of South Africa’s activist-leaders, and visits to...Read More »
There’s a Movie Group for You! Friday, January 247:00-9:00 p.m.Cedars Center
Somewhat off-screen (to pun a phrase), there has been a relatively small group of Cedars friends meeting every month or so to discuss movies that they have watched or streamed online beforehand. The January selection is Finding Forrester, a 2000 film...Read More »
As my husband, Marty, and I embark on our new journey with a move to Olympia, Washington, I want to extend a fond farewell to my community at Cedars. I feel your friendship and support as my family begins our new adventure.
Saturday, January 18 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Cedars Center
Join us once a month for a pleasant gathering. (February meeting will be on February 22.)
Bring something you would like to work on while chatting with others. Anything goes! Make beads, decorate greeting cards, paint, mend hems, cut up magazines to collage, draw zentangles, fold...Read More »