We wanted to express our gratitude for the generous gift of travel you afforded the two of us; it will ease our year apart. We also want to thank you for the beautiful life we shared with you in Poulsbo and Bainbridge...Read More »
During this summer transition time, Zackrie Vinczen will be in his office at 284 Madrona Way NE, #128, Bainbridge Island WA 98110 mostly for scheduled meetings. However, he is very happy to meet with individuals and groups on an appointment basis.
Please send your e-mail messages and appointment requests to...Read More »
The weekly Beacon is an important resource containing timely information about programs and activities that give life to the Cedars spiritual community. It also is a reminder of the significant role that this chosen community plays in our individual lives. Your contribution Read More »
Relationship Between Native and non-Native Peoples Sunday, August 25 Noon-1:30 p.m. Kitsap Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 4418 Perry Ave NE, Bremerton
The recent shooting death of Stonechild Chiefstick has brought to the surface some of the difficult issues that have been part of the Native/non-Native relationship since settlement began.
Being Green at Church
Being green isn’t always easy, but it’s part of our Cedars commitment to protecting the environment. Jane Martin spent the last several months working with Setup Teams on Sunday mornings to help contribute to this effort, and now is passing her guidance on to the rest of...Read More »
Stefani (Scotty) Scott will be leading Sunday RE classes on August 11 in Part 2 of the activity to celebrate the International Day of Indigenous Peoples (August 9). Scotty is happy to have you participate, even if you missed Part 1!
She will be reading How Kuwai Came to Make the Guahibo, a...Read More »
In keeping with our commitment to “take good care of the Earth,” Cedars Green Sanctuary highlights this announcement from Kitsap Harvest, a county-wide program focused on gleaning and other ways to reduce food waste in our community.
Kitsap Harvest is a program that organizes volunteers to pick surplus fruits...Read More »
The Art Committee is putting together a book of greetings for Zackrie Vinczen, and we would like your greeting and/or artwork to be included. We invite you to add your special greeting to the many we already have. Time is short, so here is what we would like...Read More »
Stefani (Scotty) Scott will be leading Sunday RE classes on August 4 and August 11 in an activity to celebrate the International Day of Indigenous Peoples (August 9). She will be reading How Kuwai Came to Make the Guahibo, a short story she wrote about the Guahibo people of Colombia,...Read More »
Did you know that when you recycle beverage cans, you should not crush the cans? Learn helpful information about recycling and/or disposing of your household items from the Kitsap Recycling and Disposal Guide. Find more information by going to http://recycle.kitsapgov.com/Pages/Home.aspx.
Families are beginning to gather up school supplies to put into their children’s backpacks. The School Supplies Program at Fishline in North Kitsap and Project Backpack at Helpline House on Bainbridge Island are accepting donations to help those in need prepare for a successful school year. Send checks or drop them off at either location.