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We will be celebrating the first harvest and discussing how we harvest and what we will harvest,not just from our gardens but in all of our life. We will celebrate with song and dance. Please join us for this celebration of Lughnasadh (LOO-nah-sah) and the turning of t...
The most common answer to “What brought you here today?” is “Connection.” Because of that we work hard to have many ways to make and keep connections at East Shore Unitarian Church, and there is ALWAYS room for more!
Our Lifelong Learning program promotes and provides faith formation and educational learning opportunities throughout the lifespan. We provide children, youth, young adults, and adults consistent and continual opportunities to explore, reflect, and learn in a nurturing spiritual community.
It was only two months ago when we voted unanimously to call Rev. Dr. María Cristina Vlassidis Burgoa to be our next settled minister. At the time we did not know any specifics as to when she was going to be moving and beginning her position at East Shore. We would...
I attended the Unitarian Universalist Association’s (UUA) General Assembly at Portland, Oregon this year in person. An initiative to do a comprehensive review of the UUA's Bylaws led to drafts of new language being presented at GA for everyone to give feedback on the...
Update: April 20, 2022 East Shore COVID protocols are currently being updated to better reflect the latest CDC recommendations and guidelines. We will continue to wear masks (2yo+), require vaccinations (5yo+), ask you to stay home if you're sick or in contact with...
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Acknowledgement of Our Indigenous Neighbors
We acknowledge that this land is the traditional territory of indigenous peoples: the Duwamish, Snohomish, Tulalip, Snoqualmie, Muckleshoot, Puyallup, Suquamish, and Wenatchi nations, among others. We recognize the impact of settler colonialism on these peoples. We pledge to nurture our relationship with our Coast Salish neighbors as we work to restore and sustain their homelands upon which we all depend.
We, the members of East Shore Unitarian Church, mourn the loss of life and liberty of the millions of enslaved and exploited people whose labor has contributed to the great wealth of this nation. We acknowledge the long-lasting impact on Black communities to this day of that enslavement and the racism that continues to ignore and exploit their contributions. We commit ourselves to the work of justice for our colleagues, friends, and fellow citizens.