Origins of May Day as a Celebration of Workers Rights
Today we honor in word and song the sacrifices of immigrants who fought for decent working conditions against long odds, and reflect upon their struggle as it impacts our own spiritual and social challenges today.
- ESUC Update
- Beloved Conversations Starting
- UUSC Update for March, 2017
- Words from the Climate Action Ministry
- Staff Profile: Amanda Alice
- Friendship Dinner: March 25
- In The Middle: A Defining Moment
- Congregational Meeting: March 5
- East Shore’s Annual Operating Fund Drive Events
- UUSC & UU College of Social Justice (UUCSJ) Update for February, 2017
- How to Show Support for our Muslim friends and Neighbors
- Women’s Perspective Retreat
- The Richness of Khasi Unitarians in NE India
- Mid-year Financial Update
- Fourth Wednesday Book Club: Bad Land: An American Romance
Why I Chose East Shore
East Shore is a community which inspires me to be a better person. It encourages me to reflect and focus on the values that are important to me, the values that I tend to overlook in the everyday busy-ness of life. And it's made up of incredible people with whom I enjoy spending time and from whom I learn so much!
I come to East Shore to be with and learn from warm, wise, and witty people, to join in community and global action groups, to be moved and inspired by powerful services and wonderful music, and to keep growing my spirit and expanding my contributions.
I come to East Shore to be with warm and open hearted people, who care about the world and work to reach out and heal as many people both near and far as possible.
I come to East Shore because it reminds me of how to be in the world and to have hope.