The year is ending as it started — with a dangerous virus spiking in our area. This time it’s Omicron and it’s on fire around the country. After consultation with medical experts; evaluating the rates of infection and positivity in Kitsap County; reviewing the UUA … read more.
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Parent Chalice Circle – November 14th – 7:00-8:00 pm on Zoom
The Parent Chalice Circle is a new Cedars venture of the Faith Formation Committee.
The idea is to create a space where parents, grandparents, and caregivers can meet regularly to share in the questions and experiences … read more.
Join Meaningful Movies on Monday, October 18 at 6:30 PM for an online screening of Community First, A Home for the Homeless, a documentary about a unique residential development that is transforming the lives of homeless people through the power of community.
As explained by the founder Alan … read more.
Starting on October 24th, Cedars will begin holding in-person services at the Island School. These services will take place on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month with virtual services continuing to take place on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. In … read more.
Our Social Action efforts are resuming and we need your help!
Super suppers, a free meal for those in need provided by members of the Interfaith Council, resumed this July. Cedars in partnership with Kol Shalom offers dinners on the last Tuesday of each month. Because … read more.
The Cedars Board Members and Reverend Zackrie would like to connect with folks in the Cedars Community. Come join us for some light snacks with your favorite hot or cold beverage. There is no particular agenda other than being available to visit and connect … read more.
The Cedars Board held a retreat on Sunday September 12th. More details will be shared soon, but we want to provide you with a few highlights:
We welcomed Susan Shaffer to the Board. Susan will serve on the Board until June 2022. Thank you, Susan, for stepping up!
Kassia Sing … read more.
Rev. Amanda Aikman
The Rev. Amanda Aikman lives in Everett. She retired in 2016 after 25 years as a parish minister, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. She also did consulting work with Cedars in 2017 and enjoyed her time with us immensely.
Amanda and her partner, Nancy, were … read more.
Thursday September 9th, @7PM: Discussion on Advancing the Human Transition to an Ecological Civilization with Dr. David Korten and Rev. Barry Andrews
Please join David and Barry on Thursday September 9th at 7:00 pm as a follow up to the August 22nd service – Toward an Ecological Civilization: … read more.
As we prepare to enter the fall and gear back up for the program year, we are looking for individuals ready to help with the creation of weekly worship. There are a few important roles that we are hoping to fill and find people willing … read more.