• Dec. 8 Lunch and Learn – Reproductive Justice: US Laws and UU Principles November 10, 2019 Advocates for Women invite you to join us in Chapman Hall after second service on Sunday December 8, where we will learn about legal strategies to defend reproductive rights for all women and how this fight intersects with UU principles. Reproductive justice goes beyond Pro-Choice, including not only abortion rights and access, but also equity ... Read More

  • No Longer Sleepless in Seattle November 9, 2019 Read More

  • Feminism for All: Is Feminism still Relevant Today? November 1, 2019 ‘Feminism’ is often a misunderstood eight letter word. There is a widespread belief in the importance of gender equity, yet a word that describes this belief, ‘Feminism,’ is often inaccurately perceived – and even scary to some! Please drop-in for a discussion on the meaning, and relevance of ‘Feminism’ today, while sharing our own stories ... Read More

  • EUUC at the Climate Strike September 16, 2019 Eric encouraged us to join the climate strike  on September 20 during his sermon on Sunday.  The Peace & Justice Committee has been focused on this strike for some time now.  Because this is also Seabeck weekend, we have not organized one location for EUUC to gather.  Some people will go to Seattle and then ... Read More

  • Sunday Offering for June May 24, 2019 Agros International is our Cause for June. Agros’s main focus is on those living in extreme poverty in rural areas in Central America. Their mission is to see rural poor families own agricultural land and attain economic self-sufficiency. Land is the foundation of their approach which is holistic, designed to address the complexities of poverty ... Read More

  • Sunday Offering for May May 1, 2019 The Sunday Offering for May is Northwest Immigrant Rights Project which is a nationally recognized legal services organization founded in 1984. NWIRP was our offering Cause in February of 2018 and it is even more timely now. NWIRP promotes justice by providing legal services, systemic advocacy and community education to undocumented immigrants and refugees. Funds are ... Read More

  • Caring and Sharing: Skin Care for Women of Color April 15, 2019 Women of color have unique skin and hair requirements; however, ethnic skincare products are rarely donated to shelters in our area. Advocates for Women, and the Racial Justice Committee are co-sponsoring a fundraiser to benefit women of color living at Pathways for Women, and the Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County. From May 5th through May 26th EUUC members ... Read More

  • Racial Justice Committe Poster Presentation at General Assembly March 22, 2019 GA has notified the RJC that our proposal for a Poster Presentation of “Taking A Stand For Racial Justice” has been accepted. Anyone attending GA is invited to be with us as we present our EUUC congregation’s practices for proposing and taking a stand. Hope to see you there! Read More

  • Interesting Meetings/Workshops March 20, 2019 Native American Workshop “Challenges Facing Native American Communities and How to be Allies” (Some Racial Justice Committee members will be attending) April 6th – 12:00 to 4:00 Hosted by the Eastshore Unitarian Church   STEP-UP: Moving Racial Equity Forward Conference (Some Racial Justice Committee members will be attending) April 26th https://www.eventbrite.com/e/step-up-moving-racial-equity-forward-2019-tickets-57210391822 Sponsored by Leadership Snohomish County at the Lynnwood Convention Center   Seattle Promise to Protect ... Read More

  • Joint Projects Update March 18, 2019 The following are some community updates concerning the RJC’s joint projects:   A4W and RJC are working together to raise money to buy cosmetics and hair products for women of color during the month of May to be donated to Pathways for Women. Stay tuned for details. A4W and RJC are working together to raise money to buy ... Read More