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Sunday,Feb 19

9:15 & 11 a.m.
“Oops! I did it again!” Rev. Peter Luton
Music: Adult and Youth Choirs

Sunday,Feb 26

9:15 & 11 a.m.
“Spiritual Care in the Era of "45"” Rev. Linda Kaufman
Music: Joyful Noise

Sunday,Mar 5

9:15 & 11 a.m.
“Rise To It” Rev. Eric Kaminetzky
Music: Adult Choir

Sunday,Mar 12

9:15 & 11 a.m.
Music: Beth Quist

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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Japanese Exclusion Memorial

Saturday, Feb. 18th

A chartered bus will take us from EUUC to the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial. This is a permanent memorial at the site where the Japanese and Japanese Americans of Bainbridge Island were forcibly exiled under Executive Order during World War II.The cost will depend on the number of people who sign up and will include the ferry toll of $4 to $8. Sign up at the Social Justice Bulletin Board in the Narthex.

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Have lunch with the Downtowners

Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 12:30

Have lunch in downtown Seattle with others in our congregation. This month the Downtowners will be eating at Long Provincial Vietnamese Restaurant, a favorite with this group. If you will be joining them, email Julie at, and she will add you to the reservations.

1901 2nd Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

Rev. Eric Kaminetzky

Meet up with Eric

Thursday, March 2 at 11:30 a.m.

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!

The Greek Kitchen
608 NW Richmond Beach Rd
in Shoreline

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Cold Weather Shelter

The shelter needs volunteers on Mondays, January - March. Thank you for those who have volunteered their help Mondays at the Cold Weather Shelter from mid-November to the present. We've already been open more than all of last year when temperatures plunge to 34 F. Please sign up on the Cold Weather Shelter Sign-up Sheet in the Narthex or contact Virg Rayton or Carol Pearson with any questions.

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.


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.

TV streaming from a camera in Chapman Hall

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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