Category: News

UUA General Assembly in Spokane: June 19-23

by Nicole Duff, Membership Development Manager

General Assembly is the annual meeting of our Unitarian Universalist Association. Attendees worship, witness, learn, connect, and make policy for the Association through democratic process. Anyone may attend. The 2019 General Assembly will be June 19-23 in Spokane.

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Upcoming Events: March 2019

Humanist Discussion Group: First Thursdays, 7:30-9:00 pm

The Humanist Discussion Group meets monthly to discuss various topics related to humanism, modern science, and modern ethics. Instead of assigned books, we will each read as much or as little as we choose about a given topic (normally … read more.

Guest At Your Table: Thank You!

by Marilyn Mayers

Each year the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee holds a fundraising campaign, Guest at Your Table, to fight for civil rights on the behalf of all of us. Partnering with congregations such as ours, UUSC raises the funds necessary to advocate policies that promote … read more.

Trinkets & Treasures: Save Your Stuff!

by Barb Clagett
Coming this August!
Trinkets & Treasures 2019 is on the Church Calendar. Now is the time to put this garage sale on YOURS! Now in its 9th year, this event is dedicated to our dear friends in the Khasi Hills – fellow Unitarians (our … read more.

Snowed in? Snuggle in. It’s only Snowpocalypse

by Joseph Newman, Caretaker

If you are one of the very busy people, always making plans, rushing around, adjusting your Google calendars, clawing and scratching to add and subtract tasks, work, events, and that all important “me” time into your already, “my waistline was 29”… back … read more.

President’s Report: February 2019

I am very pleased to announce that Evelyn Smith has agreed to serve our open Board position through the end of our current church year. Particular thanks to Connie Hirnle and the nominating committee for their support in screening candidates and making recommendations. Welcome Evelyn!

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A Letter to East Shore from Pam Orbach

Dear East Shore Community,

I am excited to have a wholehearted “YES” from the Board, the staff and the community to continue the restorative work that has already taken root last year. I am very much looking forward to engaging and supporting healing in the community … read more.

Upcoming Events: February 2019

East Shore Unitarian Church Mighty Choir: Thursdays, 7:30 p.m.We learn and perform a variety of music from classical choral pieces to contemporary pop standards to movie themes to new Unitarian hymns – and so much more! Rehearsals are Thursday evenings from 7:30 to 9:00 pm; … read more.

262lbs. Donated to Food Bank

This January, with the help of East Shore food bank organizer Ryam Hill, the high school youth group harnessed their efforts to collect food bank donations. At the end of each month, Ryam takes donations to the Hopelink food bank, weighs them out, and keeps track … read more.

Seabeck Registration Opens February 4

Registration opens Monday, February 4th, 2019! This weekend is a wonderful experience of community with Unitarians from ESUC and University Unitarian Church based in Seattle. This 30+ year tradition is full of fun and laughter!

Learn about Seabeck here, and when you are ready, … read more.

President’s Report: January 2019

Happy New Year to the East Shore community! After chilling through the holidays including our lovely Christmas Eve services, there is definitely a feeling of rolling up our sleeves for a very busy first quarter of the new year. The congregational meeting to decide our … read more.

Upcoming Events: January 2019

East Shore Unitarian Church Mighty Choir: Thursdays, 7:30 p.m.
We learn and perform a variety of music from classical choral pieces to contemporary pop standards to movie themes to new Unitarian hymns – and so much more! Rehearsals are Thursday evenings from 7:30 to 9:00 pm; … read more.