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Unitarian Universalism is considered a “creedless” religion. What on earth does that mean, and how does one practice such a faith? This sermon follows the lead of Socrates who, because he “knew nothing except the fact of his ignorance,” kept asking questions–all in hopes of … read more.
- Trinkets & Treasures: August 23-25, 2018
- New Developmental Minister Coming in August
- Presentation to Rev. Dr. Elaine Beth Peresluha
- Board Buzz: The New Year
- A Message from the Board President
- East Shore’s New Covenant of Right Relations
- New Title for Jason Puracal
- Returning to Two Services: A History
- East Shore Gallery: What’s Next?
- East Shore Live: Thank You and Looking Ahead
- New Photo Directories
- Coming of Age Class of 2018
- Summer Hours at East Shore
- Time To Renew Your Meetings for 2018-19
- Traffic Pattern Changes Coming in July
- Second Sunday: July & August 2018
- Khasi Hills Update: Thousands Attend Unitarian Youth Conference
- Intergenerational Story Hour
- What Are Your Favorite Songs?
- Get Involved in Religious Education this Year!
Who Comes To 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.