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Some of the best storytellers from the past were those who needed to call upon a prophetic vision for hope and justice in dire circumstances. Our country faces equally dire circumstances today, especially around eco-justice. Join us as we explore creative ways to envisi...
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.
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...
This year, the Mission Fund Drive will begin on March 1. This is the time to renew your pledges to East Shore to support our mission for 2021-2022. Please give generously, and from your hearts. It’s best to think of what East Shore means to you, and what that means...
In 2001, East Shore Unitarian Church became a Welcoming Congregation, the UUA’s program for welcoming the LGBTQ community. The UUA has since come out with a renewal program, one they hope each congregation will complete every year. After twenty years, Director of...
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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.