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Sunday, March 8

9:15 and 11 a.m.
“Faith in our sUUperpower” by Joseph Badnarik
Music: David Frank

Sunday, March 15

9:15 and 11 a.m.
“Pondering the Opportunity Sitting in One's Lap” by Rev. Eric Kaminetzky
Music: Adult and Youth Choirs

Sunday, March 22

9:15 and 11 a.m.
“A Kick is as Good as a Kiss” by Rev. Eric Kaminetzky and Anne-Marie Davidson
Music: Joyful Noise

Sunday, March 29

9:15 and 11 a.m.
All Ages Service by Rev Cecilia Kingman
Music: Fa La Sisterhood

Sunday, April 5

9:15 and 11 a.m.
“Easter” by Rev.Eric Kaminetzky
Music: Adult Choir

Children's classes at 11 a.m.
 
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Help reduce child marriages - Attend a benefit for Landesa

Sun. March 15 at 5 p.m.

Advocates for Women invite you to attend a benefit with a free Indian dinner and a short program about Landesa's Girls Project which helps girls raise money which can pay for schooling. The girls also learn about nutrition and their legal rights. more...

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Schedule a Flamingo Landing

Sun. March 8

Imagine a flock of 20+ pink flamingos appearing on your friend’s lawn thanks to you. The Great Flamingo Migration is happening to help the Youth Group raise money for their “Go to General Assembly” fund. more...

Rev. Eric Kaminetzky

Meet up with Eric

Wed. March 11 at noon

Meet up with Eric for conversation at

Fu Man Dumpling House
14314 Greenwood Ave. N
Seattle, WA 98133
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Vespers service

Fri. March 13 at 7:30 p.m.

Our March Vespers will highlight the poetry of Rumi, read by Northlake UU member, Jim Mason. The poetry will be accompanied by our second guest, Shiho Kurauchi, who will play the Japanese harp known as the koto. There will also be additional music for flute and koto. Regular Vespers attendees experience a release of stress and a feeling of connection. Please join us. more...

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Howard Zinn:You Can't be Neutral on a Moving Train

Sat. March 14 at 7 p.m.

Come to the kick off for our new monthly social-justice film series! You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train is about Howard Zinn, the famous historian, author, and activist. more...

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Mmmm .... delicious baked potatoes

March 22 at noon

Do you like baked potatoes with all the fixings? Do you like brunch? Would you like to see EUUC youth at General Assembly? If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, then the youth group invites you to a baked potato brunch. The potatoes are free, but the youth will be asking for donations to help send ten of their members to General Assembly in June.

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What are your dreams for the Northeast property?

Dessert and discussion
March 22 from 1-3 p.m.

Let's dream and imagine the possibilities for the Northeast properties. The Committee on Ministry is
sponsoring this event to gather our collective hopes, dreams, and concerns about acquiring the property. Sign up to attend this meeting in the Narthex on March 8 and 15. If you need childcare, let us know when you sign up. more...

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Vets find strength in therapeutic riding

In March the offerings collected during the Sunday services will be donated to Rainier Therapeutic Riding. They help current and former service members heal from physical and emotional injuries by giving them opportunities to ride. more...

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QUUE invites you to breakfast

Saturday, March 28 at 9:30 a.m.

On the last Saturday of each month, local UUs who identify as LGBTQ gather with friends and allies at the Pancake Haus in downtown Edmonds at Fifth Avenue and Howell Street for breakfast, fellowship, and good conversation. Our only rule is “no church business”.

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Tell us what you think

Fund a Need policy review

Please read the proposed new policy, Fund a Need, and tell us what you think. How can it be improved? Please share your ideas with the Board Secretary. more...

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Used book sale

April 12 - 26

Wonderful books of all kinds will be available at the Used Book Sale — and they can be yours for ridiculously low prices. Plan to stay after church and browse, or come early to meetings and events during the week so you have time to shop. You may donate your books beginning April 5. more...

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General Assembly 2015

June 24 - 28

Mark your calendars now because you will want to join the mass of Edmonds Unitarian Universalists going to this General Assembly. In 2015 it will be just down the road a bit...in Portland, Oregon. more...

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Volunteers at General Assembly receive free registration!

If you have been to General Assembly, you have seen the volunteers who do much of the hands on work to keep the conference running smoothly. If you would like to join the volunteers in exchange for free registration, apply now, because they expect to receive more applications than they have openings. Details are in this PDF document.

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