Camp Blue Boat

Off Site WA, United States

Mark your calendars and tell your Middle School & High School youth about Camp Blue Boat 2024! Campers experience community, spirituality, justice & equality with UU youth from throughout the region and have TONS OF FUN on the shores of gorgeous Lake Coeur d'Alene.

ESUC @ Pride Parade

Off Site WA, United States

Join the Welcoming Congregations and Outreach Teams at the Seattle Pride Parade! We will be decked out in our ESUC shirts, Side of Love shirts, or dressed in rainbows! We will be joining three other UU congregations in showing our pride of being a welcoming and loving congregation! Stay tuned for more details and a possible car pool!

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Black Lives Matter Flash Stance: Woodinville

Woodinville - BLM Flash Stance 175th and Garden, Woodinville, WA, United States

Join fellow UU activists for our Black Lives Matter Flash Stance in person in Woodinville Stance on the corner of 175th and Garden in front of the Woodinville Jamba Juice. We gather in solidarity with Black, Brown, AAPI and Indigenous People of Color. Flash Stances start conversations, and then carry those conversations on. All are welcome-join us in this important work! Learn more about Flash Stances here on KBCS.

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East Shore Outdoors

Off Site WA, United States

As we go into summer, many of us want to get outside and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Pacific Northwest. You can do that, and contribute to building community at East Shore, by participating in walks and hikes organized by the East Shore Outdoors group. This group is essentially an email list where members can invite other members to join them on a walk or a hike. It may be as simple as an afternoon stroll around Bellevue Botanical gardens or along the East Lake Sammamish trail, or a more substantial hike in the mountains for several miles with some elevation gain.

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Summer Religious Education For Children & Youth

East Shore Unitarian Church 12700 SE 32nd Street, Bellevue, WA, United States

Experience and explore on summer Sundays at East Shore in June, July, and August. We take a break from our classroom activities and dive into creativity; you'll explore the arts and outdoor activities designed just for kids.

Laughter as a Spiritual Practice

East Shore Unitarian Church 12700 SE 32nd Street, Bellevue, WA, United States

Caroline Haessly will lead the congregation in laughter exercises and present ways to bring more joy, love and gratitude into your life. Laughter is a universal language and need not be solely based on humor. Scientific research has shown that laughter has physiological and emotional benefits. It also eases stress and builds rapport. Like mindfulness meditation, laughter practice is a way of being in the moment.

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New Here Gathering

East Shore Unitarian Church 12700 SE 32nd Street, Bellevue, WA, United States

Newcomers are invited to stay after the service for our “New Here” gathering, which will be hosted in-person by our Director of Membership Development, Nicole Duff. The gathering provides you with more information about who we are, and we can answer any questions you may have.

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Black Lives Matter Flash Stance: Bellevue

Bellevue - BLM Flash Stance Factoria Blvd SE & SE 36th St, Bellevue, WA, United States

Join fellow Church members and other UU Churches in solidarity after Church service for a Black Lives Matter Flash Stance in Factoria on the corner by Dacell’s Jewelers.

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East Shore Outdoors

Off Site WA, United States

As we go into summer, many of us want to get outside and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Pacific Northwest. You can do that, and contribute to building community at East Shore, by participating in walks and hikes organized by the East Shore Outdoors group. This group is essentially an email list where members can invite other members to join them on a walk or a hike. It may be as simple as an afternoon stroll around Bellevue Botanical gardens or along the East Lake Sammamish trail, or a more substantial hike in the mountains for several miles with some elevation gain.

Grounds Work Party

East Shore Unitarian Church 12700 SE 32nd Street, Bellevue, WA, United States

Please join in at any time during for gardening activities on the East Shore grounds. We will continue weeding and pulling ivy, pruning shrubs, and mulching with wood chips in various areas, including north of the North Room. And do some watering if/where needed on the Grounds. We also plan to work in the P-Patch raised beds. We meet by the raised beds in between the Office and the Music buildings.

Sing-Along

East Shore Unitarian Church 12700 SE 32nd Street, Bellevue, WA, United States

Few things are as connecting and freeing as singing together. Join Director of Music Eric Lane Barnes for a sing-along service on July 14! We will sing hymns from our hymnals as well as several UU-friendly songs projected on the screen. If you would like to have a non-hymnal song considered for inclusion please contact Eric before July 7 at [email protected].

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Black Lives Matter Flash Stance: Issaquah

Issaquah - BLM Flash Stance SE 56th St and East Lake Sammamish Pkwy, Issaquah, WA

Join fellow Church members and other UU Churches in solidarity after Church service for a Black Lives Matter Flash Stance in Issaquah at the corner of SE 56th Street and Eastlake Sammamish Parkway SE by the McDonalds.

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Propaganda and Persuasion

Online Event

Successfully navigating our contemporary world means understanding persuasion in speech, media, messaging, imagery, and more. Propaganda and Persuasion is, therefore, an invaluable resource for your life as a citizen, colleague, consumer, and human being at large. Led by Alan Carter.

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East Shore Outdoors

Off Site WA, United States

As we go into summer, many of us want to get outside and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Pacific Northwest. You can do that, and contribute to building community at East Shore, by participating in walks and hikes organized by the East Shore Outdoors group. This group is essentially an email list where members can invite other members to join them on a walk or a hike. It may be as simple as an afternoon stroll around Bellevue Botanical gardens or along the East Lake Sammamish trail, or a more substantial hike in the mountains for several miles with some elevation gain.