Social Action Committee/Cedars Justice Network
Cedars believes that a commitment to social justice is a natural extension of both our fellowship’s mission statement and the Unitarian Universalist principles. We further believe that integrated and coordinated social action is integral to the life and growth of our fellowship. Our mission, therefore, is to identify and facilitate involvement in social action and social justice projects to which we can make a positive and substantive contribution.
Social Action Team Service Activities
- Monthly Special Collections
- Super suppers
- Food drives for Helpline and Fishline
- Work Parties
- Annual holiday drive for YWCA Alive
Contact the Cedars office for more information (SocialAction@cedarsuuchurch.org)
Justice Network Activities
- Cross-Cultural Book Group (Contact Barbara Golden at email@example.com)
- Welcoming Congregation (contact Scot Hedrick)
- Green Sanctuary (Contact Leslie Marshall)
For more information on Justice Network activities and projects, contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recent Social Action/Cedars Justice Network Announcements
People of Color Respond to White Fragility
And Commemorate MLK, Jr Day
Monday, January 21
Cedars Center, 284 Madrona Way
There will be time to reflect, learn and share. Everyone is welcome; no prior reading is required.
CJN invites you all to come and participate in creating a space to honor...Read More »
Sunday January 13
Kitsap UU Fellowship, Bremerton
Cedar’s Justice Network invites you and friends to hear Helen Nissani and Katherine Niall present “Deported from Kitsap County” at Kitsap Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Bremerton on January 13 at Noon.
Kitsap Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is located at 4418 Perry Ave NE, Bremerton.
Commemorate Martin Luther...Read More »
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Panel on White Fragility
Sunday, December 9,
Following the service
The Island School Library
There are many issues affecting us in the USA: climate change, race relations, immigration, and social upheaval are a few.
The Cedars Justice Network and Cross Cultural Book Group encourage us to think about our personal role in the wider...Read More »