Category: Wider Community

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A New Year Opportunity 

Cedars has been supporting Super Suppers on Bainbridge for many years. Once per month, we partner with Congregation Kol Shalom to serve a healthy, hearty meal to people at the Eagle Harbor Congregational Church. It has become such a success that the number of people volunteering exceeds the need.  The Social Justice Committee has recently been working … Continue reading A New Year Opportunity 

Super Supper Sign-Ups

Cedars, in partnership with Kol Shalom, offers Super Supper dinners on the last Tuesday of each month. Super suppers are a free meal for those in need provided by members of the Bainbridge Island Interfaith Council. We now have a regular sign-up for you to use each month so that all in our congregation have … Continue reading Super Supper Sign-Ups

Cedars Booth at Pride

On July 17th, Bainbridge Island is holding a pride celebration at Waterfront Park and Cedars will be there hosting a reading booth!  Come see us at the festivities to grab a refreshment and relax in our comfy reading tent. We will also be reading queer children’s stories aloud every hour, such as “Sylvia and Marsha … Continue reading Cedars Booth at Pride

Pumpkin Decorating with KUUF 

Pumpkin Decorating with KUUF    October 24 1-3 p.m.Nelson Park Picnic Shelter, Poulsbo Fall is here, which means pumpkins! Join this All-Ages event as we gather together with Kitsap UU Fellowship at the Nelson Park Picnic Shelter to decorate some pumpkins. All you need to bring is yourself, a hot beverage and a creative spirit. We will provide … Continue reading Pumpkin Decorating with KUUF 

Meaningful Movies

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 Graham, “It is specifically designed to lift the chronically … Continue reading Meaningful Movies

A Special Opportunity

The Suquamish Tribe, Kitsap County, and the Dispute Resolution Center of Kitsap County are collaborating on a series of online dialogues on the Suquamish Tribe’s history, current issues, and the sometimes difficult relationship between Tribal and Non-Tribal communities. The series will also be offering songs, poetry, and stories of the Suquamish people. Program sponsors have … Continue reading A Special Opportunity

A Special Note from Rev. Zackrie

The recent United States Supreme Court appointment is worrying to many folks and for many reasons.  If you’re a member of the LGBTQ+ community and find yourself suddenly needing to get married for legal protections, contact me. I am willing to officiate small socially distanced weddings in Western Washington.

Staying Connected Through Shelter-in-Place

How to Communicate NowDuring the Shelter-in-Place, your Cedars staff and Board of Trustees continue to conduct church business and to work on your behalf. We are following practices that consider the health and well-being of our Cedars community. You can find information and fellowship through communications and activities provided online.  Check The Beacon, the church … Continue reading Staying Connected Through Shelter-in-Place

In Our Community

Cedars member, Carol Ann Davidson, will be teaching an online Chair Yoga class through Dayaalu Center. There is a pre-recorded free class for you to try, and there will be Zoom live-stream classes on Thursdays at 3:30 p.m. Thursday classes will be offered with sliding scale pricing. To find a class and register through Dayaalu, click … Continue reading In Our Community