New Membership Enhancement Team

A new team is forming, called the Membership Enhancement Team (ME Team). We plan to start meeting with members one-on-one, to get to know you better, and to help you enhance your experience and participation at East Shore. We’ll be starting off gradually in September, and ramping up over a couple of years with the … Continued

Youth Group Begins September 9

East Shore Unitarian Church offers a youth group for high school students, ages 14-18/grades 9-12. We meet regularly on Sunday mornings, after worship service, from 11:30-1pm. As with the rest of our RE (Religious Education) programs, we utilize UUA (Unitarian Universalist Association) established curriculum to support our classes. We rely on traditional UU practices of … Continued

Religious Education Registration for Children

Our Religious Exploration programing is designed to enable children and youth to participate in the mystery of the universe by freely questioning, developing spiritually, acting ethically, and growing in relationship with Unitarian Universalism. Our program focuses on the theological, spiritual, and ethical development of children and youth at all stages in their lives. Children/Youth programing … Continued

Highlight: September Events

First Saturday Coffee & Conversation: Saturday, September 2, 10:00 am Join Board President Jack Slowriver and Rev. Elaine for First Saturday Coffee & Conversations in the air conditioned North Room. What’s on YOUR mind? What have YOU been hearing? Come share! Healthy Basics Vegan Cooking Series: Tuesdays, September 5, 12, 26, October 3, 7:00 pm … Continued

Congregations for the Homeless Coming in October

Congregations for the Homeless (CFH) is our October ministry this year, wherein the 25-30 homeless single men stay in our Spring Hall from 6:45 p.m.-7:00 a.m. They are served a hot dinner, breakfast, and can utilize our shower facilities, laundry, and receive life-coach counseling, basic personal health care advice, and may select donated good-condition clothing. … Continued