Spring Pageant: Uniquely UU

Online Event

Join East Shore children and youth for a Spring Pageant, this time, virtual! We’re pleased to present to you all a fun-filled morning learning about Unique Unitarian Universalists. Who from our past, present, and future can help us uncover the mysteries and gifts of our faith? And who among us is a Unique UU? Are you?? Children and youth of the congregation are invited to participate in some live and several pre-recorded segments of this worship.

Parent & Caregiver Meetup

Online Event

Join a loving and restorative 45 minute call hosted by parent and congregant Leta Hamilton. Fill up your cup in the warmth of community. Each week features a different theme.

The History and Archaeology of the Bible

Online Event

The class takes a journey through the Bible from Genesis to the Crucifixion, seen through the lens of the latest historical and archaeological findings. The course uses the latest archeological and histories findings to examine the seminal books of the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament) such as Genesis, Exodus, Prophets, Kings, and Samuel, as well as core events of the New Testament; it follows the arc of ancient civilization, reflecting on the majestic empires of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Persia, Greece, and Rome.

Tips for Tomato Growing

Online Event

Would you like to grow tomatoes more successfully in the Northwest? We will share our accumulated learnings over 42 years of vegetable gardening locally. Topics will include tomato varieties, location selection, soil preparation, planting schedule, weed and pest control, watering, pruning, harvesting and recipes! Participants will be able to pre order tomato plants from the annual P-Patch sale in early May.

Budget Town Halls 2021

Online Event

Come learn about the proposed 2021-22 Operating Budget. We will review the numbers, answer questions, and listen to member comments. This is an important step in developing our annual operating budget that we will vote on in June. Members of the Budget Team, Finance Team, and Financial Stewardship Committee will be attending to help answer your questions.

Middle School Youth Group

Online Event

For tweens ages 11-14ish, please join in our welcoming group. We enjoy having fun together, trying out new online activities including skits, at-home cooking, and art.

East Shore Outdoors Youth Adventures

12700 Southeast 32nd Street, Bellevue

On the last Saturday of every month, in February, March, April and May, join us for outdoor Saturday youth adventures. Each month will feature a different activity at a different location. And, on the second Sunday of each month, from 6-7pm, there will be an online planning session with volunteers and participants to get ready as a team. We ask that all interested youth attend the planning session. We'll talk about equipment requirements, transportation, location, meals, and such. These events are open to any youth in our immediate and extended community, so you can invite a friend whether they've been to East Shore forever or haven't been yet.

Sunday Morning Religious Exploration

Online Event

Religious Exploration is an engaging space where elementary-aged children and tweens can experience worship, spiritual practice, and values-based learning with their peers, parents, and ESUC volunteers. This includes chalice readings, joys and sorrows, stories, a presentation, and cooperative activities and games. This year, Religious Exploration classes will be focusing thematically on Holidays and Holydays and Earthland Creatures.

Experiencing the Sacred in Everyday Life

Online Event

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 envision a more promising narrative for America grounded in the moral imagination around race, gender, ecology and theology.

Budget Town Halls 2021

Online Event

Come learn about the proposed 2021-22 Operating Budget. We will review the numbers, answer questions, and listen to member comments. This is an important step in developing our annual operating budget that we will vote on in June. Members of the Budget Team, Finance Team, and Financial Stewardship Committee will be attending to help answer your questions.

Black Lives Matter Flash Stance – Kirkland

Kirkland 12700 Southeast 32nd Street, Bellevue

@[email protected][email protected] us in solidarity after Church service for a Black Lives Matter Flash Stance in Kirkland.how to attend Join fellow Church members and other UU Churches in solidarity after Church service for a Black Lives Matter Flash Stance in Kirkland at the NW corner of Peter Kirk Park next to the transit center.More Information The […]

ANSWER Nepal Update Luncheon

12700 Southeast 32nd Street, Bellevue

What’s going on in Nepal? If you are the sponsor of a Nepali student now going through the ANSWER program, you’d probably like to know. Let’s find out together!

Plant Sale 2021

East Shore Unitarian Church 12700 SE 32nd Street, Bellevue

Does your garden need some plants? Our annual plant start sale has gone virtual! Starting April 19, look in the eblast for a catalog of what is available. Place your "order" by April 26th and pick up at the church the first week of may! Plants available will include: tomatoes, dahlia tubers and a few other veggies.

Parent & Caregiver Meetup

Online Event

Join a loving and restorative 45 minute call hosted by parent and congregant Leta Hamilton. Fill up your cup in the warmth of community. Each week features a different theme.

The History and Archaeology of the Bible

Online Event

The class takes a journey through the Bible from Genesis to the Crucifixion, seen through the lens of the latest historical and archaeological findings. The course uses the latest archeological and histories findings to examine the seminal books of the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament) such as Genesis, Exodus, Prophets, Kings, and Samuel, as well as core events of the New Testament; it follows the arc of ancient civilization, reflecting on the majestic empires of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Persia, Greece, and Rome.