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Sunday, May 28

10 a.m.
“An International Look at Unitarian Universalism” Vicki Roberts-Gassler
Music: Joyful Noise

Sunday, June 4

10 a.m.
“Music Sunday” Wil Sederholm

This Week at EUUC

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

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Classical Musicians Wanted

The EUUC string group is looking for a few more violinists and a violist to round out our group. We have all levels of players, and our mission is to play, have fun, and enjoy good music and each other. We meet on second, fourth, and fifth Tuesday evenings in Chapman Hall. Contact Katey Crist for more information.

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Thank you for supporting Days for Girls

Advocates for Women and the Music Committee are pleased to announce that we raised over $2,600 for Days for Girls, which helps keep girls in school by furnishing sustainable feminine hygiene supplies. Thanks so much to those who contributed to this important cause! We learned about the issue from April Haberman, representing the Edmonds Days for Girls Chapter. We will accept contributions through April 15: make your checks to EUUC with A4W Days4Girls in the memo line.

Rev. Eric Kaminetzky

Seabeck Organizing Committee Needs Your Help

The Seabeck Organizing Committee is beginning to plan for the 2017 outing to Seabeck, this September. A few of our group are stepping aside to make room for new people, new ideas. We need a new Registrar. We need some general help, as well. We are a congenial and mutually supportive group. We collaborate and help one another. If you love Seabeck and appreciate collaborative planning, please call Susan Cyr. Thank you.


Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

The Ahmadiyya community held their service at EUUC on March 25. It was an important day for them as they celebrated the anniversary of their founder, Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. This is known as Masih Maud Day. Following the service, our two communities shared a potluck lunch.

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Overcoming the Politics of Division and Fear

Friday, April 28

At this Social Justice Reading Circle you will have a chance to discuss, Third Reconstruction: How a Moral Movement is Overcoming the Politics of Division and Fear, by The Reverend William Barber II. The book has been described as "a blueprint for movement building and an inspiring call to action from the twenty-first century's most effective grassroots organizer."

We are having a potluck dinner with the book discussion led by Rachel Maxwell. To register, visit the Social Justice Desk after a Sunday service. If book purchases are not part of your budget, ask at the Social Justice Desk for a book to borrow.

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Tell us your thoughts on a policy change

The Board is seeking feedback on a recommended policy change. If you are a member, please read the recommended policy. If you want to suggest changes, the Board would like to hear your ideas.

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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.

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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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"Racing Extinction"

Saturday, May, 13 at 7 p.m.

The film, "Racing Extinction" exposes issues of mass extinction from the black market and global warming, changing the way you see the world and your role within it. View this meaningful movie with us. more...

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Rummage Sale

Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6

We need both your time and your treasure to make the rummage sale a success. Donations will be accepted from noon, Sunday, April 30 through noon on Wednesday, May 3. Please clean out your closets, attics and garages and bring your treasures to the church.

Rev. Eric Kaminetzky

Meet Up with Eric

Tuesday, May 16, at 8 a.m.

The May Meet Up with Rev. Eric Kaminetzky will be at the new Starbucks in Aurora Village, the Shoreline Costco parking lot.
1295 N 205th Street in Shoreline

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Annual Congregational Meeting

May 21st at 11:15 a.m.

At this meeting we will

  • Approve minutes of the May 2016 Annual Meeting
  • Approve minutes of the March 2017 Special Congregational Meeting
  • Elect members to the Board of Trustees, Canvass, Endowment and Nominating Committees
  • Vote on the 2017-2018 Proposed Budget
  • Introduce our Delegates for this year's General Assembly
  • Report on the State of the Congregation, as presented by Craig Cyr, President of the Board of Trustees Child care will be available during the meeting and light snacks will be provided.
  • A quorum of 15% of the Membership is required to conduct business. Adoption of the budget requires a 2/3 affirmative vote of the members present. Everyone is welcome to attend, however you must be present and a member of Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Congregation to vote.

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Concern for Neighbors Food Bank

The Sunday Offering collected in April will be given to the Concern for Neighbors Food Bank in Mountlake Terrace. They currently serve about 120 families per week and are a member of the Snohomish County Food Bank Coalition that consists of 20 local food banks that pool their food purchasing dollars to help those in need. The food bank also gives some financial aid to certified clients for utilities and rent. Additional help is offered to clients who have a utility that has been disconnected or a three day pay-or-vacate notice.

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Used Book Sale

through April 29

No one reads like Unitarians -- this is a "don't miss" event. 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. We accept book donations right up to the end of the sale, so the stock is always changing. Make room for new titles you will want to pick up at the sale.