January’s heavy rains have left me more saturated than I’m used to. After a brief eighteen months in the area, I’m still adjusting. And after nearly twenty years in the arid Southwest, I realize that water is good—very good—for all of us. Viewed from outer … read more.
By now, most of you have heard that Aisha has announced her intent to leave East Shore at the end of June, 2020. I would like to thank Aisha for the amount of notice she has provided so that plans can be made. Aisha … read more.
by Jeanne Lamont
Registration opens Saturday, February 22, 2020 at esuc.org
Questions? email SeabeckUnitarian@gmail.com
Each year, East Shore and University Unitarian meet at the Seabeck Conference Center on Hood Canal over Memorial Day for a weekend of fun, fellowship, learning, music and relaxation. Details about … read more.
by Amanda Strombom
Have you got a great idea for a worship service?
Do you know someone who would give a wonderful
Are you interested in helping to plan the services over the
summer, while Rev. Steve takes a well-earned break?
The Worship Committee are responsible for … read more.
by Kristi Weir
This year is the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day! Earth Day was founded in 1970 as a day of education about environmental
issues and occurs on April 22 each year. ECAM is in the process of planning
Earth Day activities for East Shore on Earth … read more.
Join us on Sunday Feb 16th12:30pm, Spring Hall.
The East Shore Auction is our annual
fundraiser, held in November each year. This year, we are holding a
listening circle for the auction, to gather perspectives from as wide a range
of members and friends as possible, and to give … read more.
Community Church Night: Tuesdays, 5:00-9:00 pm
We encourage all members and friends to come and spend time getting to know one another in a casual, fun way. Starting at 5:00 p.m., you’re invited to gather for a potluck dinner. We start to eat at 5:30, so … read more.
Join a carpool
going from East Shore to Olympia for Faith Action Network’s Interfaith Advocacy
Day in Olympia, February 6. FAN is a diverse coalition including
East Shore and over 150 other faith communities across Washington State that
partner for a just, compassionate, and sustainable world through community
building, education, and … read more.
by Rev. Dr. Stephen H. Furrer
January takes its name from Janus, the Roman god of the doorway. Two-faced, he became the god of beginnings; hence, January. Janus looks backward to the year past and forward to that ahead. In the hope the coming year is … read more.
by Aisha Hauser, Director of Lifelong Learning
Dear East Shore Families and Friends,
I have decided that I will end my tenure at East Shore in June 2020. My national work on anti-racism and curriculum development has been growing and it is time for me to transition … read more.
by Mike Radow, Vice President
The Board wishes to express gratitude for entrusting us with oversight and future planning of the wonderful place. We are honored to serve with loving care. We extend hopes for great happiness and fulfillment of your needs this holiday season. As … read more.
by Ann Fletcher
What is Policy Based Governance anyway? What is the Policy and Governance Committee doing at East Shore? How am I already part of Policy Based Governance? Inquiring minds want to know!
Let’s try a metaphor.
For those of you who follow the sport of curling, … read more.
East Shore’s Nominating Committee is looking for members who want to serve in leadership roles at church in 2020-21. We are on the search for dedicated members interested in serving in Board positions, on the Nominating Committee and other standing committees of the church.
Your … read more.
by David Langrock
The East Shore Outreach Team is forming a New Website Task Force and we could use some folks to help us with all the work!
No website design skills necessary – we will be recruiting and contracting a firm to design and build the … read more.