Thanks Be for These

Today is our multigenerational Thanksgiving service. This year we welcome members of the Chinook and Duwamish tribes to join us in a commemoration of right relationship with native people whose ancestral land we worship and live upon. The producers of the Promised Land Documentary film will join us as well those who participated on the panel discussion as … Continued

Making Sense of Universal Human Rights

The first and sixth principles of Unitarian Universalism acknowledge “the inherent worth and dignity of every person” and support “the goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all.”  These principles support individuals regardless of nationality or location.  Yet we often respond differently to needs of others depending upon their citizenship, or residence inside … Continued

A Celebration of Caring Community

Do you know how we care for one another at East Shore? We honor the many members who care for others during times of loss, illness and transitions We have those who visit with people, deliver meals, take people to appointments, and so much more. Today we affirm the many ways we practice love.