The Washington State Legislature gets to work on January 14th and so should we. This legislative session is a long one. It promises to have many progressive bills introduced. Our job is to know what is happening and let our legislators hear from us often about … read more.
Difficult times and busy lives make a deeper study of our principles more relevant than ever. To thrive, we must care for our spirits and enhance our connections with others. If reflecting on the real-life application of our principles interests you, we invite you to … read more.
Thanks to the many of you who attended the Advocates for Women’s dinner on November 11 to benefit Native Action Network. The Network provides young Native women the tools they need to claim their sacred role as Native leaders.Together, you donated almost $3000! It’s not too … 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.
From the Field Director of Yes on 1631, the initiative for clean energy and jobs:
We always knew this election was going to be close. All indications say every vote is going to matter.
Now that we’ve been inundated by Oil Industry ads for months many of you … read more.
We’re 18 days away from a historic election! In Snohomish County and around Washington State, there are thousands of voters who are confused by big oil’s attack ads but will support Initiative 1631 when they hear the facts from a volunteer. IF we can talk … 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.
Members of our Tech Team will soon change over our EUUC email system to G-Suites. This means that our email will actually be Gmail. The email will be the same as before, using the “@euuc.org” address.
We are hoping this will all go without a glitch, … read more.