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.
Penny Brewer, Mary Lou Teske, and Becky Walsh were among about a dozen volunteers in the Cedars Booth at the Bainbridge PRIDE Festival last Sunday. Betsy Minkoff reported that festival participation this year included four local churches, three more than the lone presence of Cedars in last year’s festival. We...Read More »
Immigration Insight: Words Matter. No human is illegal.
Every day we learn more about sensitive use of language. Follow this link to find a glossary that will help you make sense of the terms you frequently hear used in the reporting of news about issues related to immigration.