We are called to build a Beloved Community. We are continuing our journey toward dismantling racism and oppression. We have shifted in our social consciousness and are continuing to make changes as we look at our inclusive actions, address our goals for working toward long … read more.
Author: Rachel Maxwell
We, the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association, covenant to affirm and promote: journeying toward spiritual wholeness by working to build a diverse multicultural Beloved Community by our actions that accountably dismantle racism and other oppressions in ourselves and our institutions.
The Racial Justice Committee … read more.
We are called by our Unitarian Universalist faith to respond to the pain of injustice made manifest in the riots and protests in our cities. We call out with cries of anguish at the extreme injustices we see in the news.
We mourn for the murders … read more.
The Finance Committee is seeking proposals for the Fund-a-Need auction item. We have raised tens of thousands of dollars to fund improvements to our buildings through Fund-a-Need at our auction. Recent Fund-a-Need projects include the Enhancing our Spaces effort, the loft upgrade, and new furniture … read more.
There have been changes in Admin end of the building. The RE office has been enlarged to give Cecilia and her crew more space. The long narrow janitor’s closet has been incorporated into the new office. The waiting area has been … read more.
The Pacific Northwest District of the UUA Chalice Lighter Program assists Unitarian Universalist member congregations in the Pacific Northwest with grants to provide vital capabilities and infrastructure.
Chalice Lighter grants are intended to help congregations grow by:
securing, improving or furnishing a building
reaching out to the community to attract … read more.
Since its creation about 40 years ago, the Community Engagement Committee, (formely the Social Concerns committee) has provided volunteer and financial assistance to numerous local organizations, primarily with a focus on alleviating poverty. Community Engagement serves as the hub for EUUC’s involvement in many projects, … read more.
YOU helped EUUC exceed our signature-gathering goal and got I-1631 on the ballot. Thank you! Now it’s time to make sure this initiative passes.
As of late September, out-of-state oil companies have put over $20 million into a fund to defeat I-1631. You may have seen … read more.
Friday, October 19, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m., Chapman Hall
Lift your spirits and join voices in songs of social justice. Bruce Baker will lead this special evening, which opens the NW UU Justice Summit. Feel free to bring instruments and special requests.
Awash in Quarters – your coins power loads of laundry for women in transition!
Have you ever washed your clothes in a laundromat? Lugging heavy laundry bags inside, you feel wafts of warm steamy air scented mildly with laundry detergent and scan the room for empty … read more.