Next Online Service
Paula Cole Jones and Rev. Stephen Furrer will preach on the 8th Principle, a proposed addition to Unitarian Universalism's seven faith principles. Come hear a bit of history, context, and why we should covenant to build the Beloved Community free from racism and oppress...
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.
Hey Kids and Parents! Check out what we’ve got coming up this summer. Date Time Activity Place May 30, 2021 no Sunday school no RE no RE June 6, 2021 9:30-10:30 East Shore UU Kids and Youth Congregational Vote Zoom June 6, 2021 10:30-11:30 Flower Communion and RE...
Among the many things I enjoy at East Shore Unitarian Church is the beautiful campus. We are nestled in the middle of a sweet little forest, with a wooded walkway leading up from the lower parking lot. During a scant two-week period in April, the cherry trees lining...
Several folks from ESUC have been attending an ongoing series of meetings of the 8th Principle Learning Community, organized by Paula Cole Jones, an experienced facilitator skilled at organizing people for systemic change. Early last year at a nationwide meeting, 171...
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Acknowledgement of Our Duwamish Neighbors
We acknowledge this land is the traditional territory of the Duwamish People. In this acknowledgement, we recognize their heritage is imbued in the mountains, valleys, waterways, and shorelines that surround us all. May we nurture our relationship with our Coast Salish neighbors, especially the Duwamish people and our shared responsibilities to this place of their homelands.