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Sunday,Mar 19

9:15 & 11 a.m.
“Why We Gather” Rev. Eric Kaminetzky
Music: Adult and Youth Choirs

Sunday,Mar 26

9:15 & 11 a.m.
Rev. Cecilia Kingman
Music: Joyful Noise

Sunday,Apr 2

9:15 & 11 a.m.
“A New Day” Rev. Eric Kaminetzky
Music: Adult Choir

This Week at EUUC

Read what's happening this week, including the schedule for children this Sunday

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No fooling! Donating to the auction is easy

We rely on people like you to donate to the Auction. If you love to hike, you might donate an afternoon on the trails with a picnic lunch. Need more ideas about what to donate? Here’s a list of ideas. Once you've decided what item or event you will give, donate to the auction online.

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Change the Course (of global warming)

March 18 at 9:30 a.m.

This workshop will engage all your senses, as you collectively envision the future and explore how you might help us get there. more...

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Spring Equinox Celebration

Sunday, March 19, at 7 p.m.

Join the EUUC Wheel of the Year Pagan Circle in celebrating the Spring Equinox. The celebration combines Wiccan, Shamanic, folklore and Unitarian Universalist traditions. All EUUC members, non-members, their children, family and friends are welcome. Please bring drums, bells, and rattles. For more information, contact JoDee Creighton.

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Reading circles

It’s not too late to sign up for a Social Justice Reading Circle. George Lakoff's, The All New, Don't Think of an Elephant! Know Your Values and Frame the Debate and Trevor Noah’s Born a Crime both have space available. Discussions of Lakoff’s book will be held following services on March 5, 12 and 19. Meeting details for Trevor’s book will be available soon. To sign up email sjrc.rsvp@euuc.org.

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Mujeres de Maiz Opportunity Foundation

The Sunday Offering in March will be sent to Mujeres de Maiz which empowers indigenous women and girls in Chiapas -- the poorest state in Mexico -- by providing them with access to education. It funds scholarships, literacy programs, laptops, workshops, eye exams, glasses, and toothbrushes. The goal is to help break the cycle of poverty, build self-esteem, and create positive role models.

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April Fools' Gala

Saturday, April 1 at 5 p.m.

Reserve your tickets now for the April Fools’ Gala. The annual auction features both a silent auction and a live auction as well as a dinner, live music, games, a costume competition, and free childcare. more...

Rev. Eric Kaminetzky

Meet up with Eric

Wednesday, April 5 at 6:30

Join Rev. Eric Kaminetzky for dinner at the Red Lantern Chinese Restaurant, 546 5th Avenue S in Edmonds. Meet Ups are informal gatherings of whoever shows up to share a moment and gab and eat. Come join Rev. Eric Kaminetzky for community office hours!

Steve Ernst marches for Sustainability

Sustainability Heroes

The Climate Protection Committee from the Edmonds Mayor's office selected our congregation as the Sustainability Heroes for 2016. This award honors the efforts we have made and the money we have contributed to combat global warming and to promote sustainability.

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Enhancing our Spaces

The enhancements you asked to see are coming to life. Nearly every week something new appears. Watch a slideshow of the changes that the Enhancing our Spaces team has already made.

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Generosity will be Fulfilling your Wishes

A few members of our congregation joined together to fully fund the improvements on our list by generously donating an additional $15,000!

The Enhancing our Spaces team is deeply grateful to the anonymous donors. The team will continue in creating comfortable places for us to hang out and in easing the work of our volunteers who make this place hum with activity. See a slideshow of coming improvements.

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