• Stop the Federal Gag Rule & Stand Up for Women’s Health Care July 9, 2018 A message from EUUCs Advocates for Women Committee Take Action! Help Keep Planned Parenthood Doors Open The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has proposed a rule intended to close Planned Parenthood health centers. This ignores the devastating impact upon Planned Parenthood’s patients. Tell HHS you oppose this rule! Planned Parenthood uses federal Title X funds to ... Read More about this post
  • You’re invited to hear Peter Kalmus, author of “Being the Change: Live Well and Spark a Climate Revolution” July 4, 2018 The Faith Action Climate Team and University Unitarian Climate Action Team invite you to hear Peter Kalmus, the author of Being the Change: Live Well and Spark a Climate Revolution, who will be featured at Social Justice Sunday on July 8, at 10:30 A.M. Meadowbrook Community Center 10517 35th Ave. NE, Seattle. Being the Change explores the connections between our individual daily actions ... Read More about this post
  • Update on I-1631 Carbon Fee on Polluters Initiative July 3, 2018 Perhaps you’ve heard on the news this week that I-1631,the Carbon fee on polluters  initiative, has submitted over 350,00 signatures to the Secretary of State.  EUUC and other Unitarian Universalist congregations were no small part of that success.  We turned in over 2500, and so far the total I’ve calculated from just having heard from ... Read More about this post
  • Poor Peoples Campaign A National Call for Moral Revival-ongoing June 25, 2018 The  40 days of march and civil disobedience on Mondays in state capitols and elsewhere was the beginning to organizing and empowering each state to make a difference in the moral practice of our country.   EUUC has been at each act of civil disobedience and each march and was represented by members of our ... Read More about this post
  • Sunday Offering for July and August June 21, 2018 The Sunday Offering for July and August will help Habitat for Humanity’s Snohomish County affiliate advance their mission of bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope.  In partnership with the community, businesses, faith organizations and individuals the group works to eliminate substandard housing and terminate the cycle of poverty for their low-income partner ... Read More about this post
  • Yes on Initiative 1631 — How You Can Help June 3, 2018 This initiative, developed by a diverse coalition of social justice, environmental, health, youth, business, labor and other groups, will charge fees on sources of greenhouse gas pollutants. That revenue will be used to expand clean energy like wind and solar and to support a just transition to clean energy for marginalized communities. Signature-gathering has started and will ... Read More about this post
  • Poor Peoples Campaign June 3, 2018 Cecila Kingman forwarded a very inspiring YouTube video  posted by Nick Maxwell from the Poor People’s Campaign. ( If you want to avoid auto-playing  succeeding  YouTube videos,  scroll down  till you see the blue autoplay button and simply move it to the left.)   Read More about this post
  • June Sunday Offering June 2, 2018 Mujeres de Maiz Foundation is the Sunday Offering recipient in June. This is the 12th year that we have supported this group founded by a UU living in Sequim, Wa. She identified a need upon visiting a village in Chiapas, Mexico, and the Foundation has done its best for 14 years to provide scholarships for indigenous women and children ... Read More about this post
  • Poor People’s Campaign Week 1 May 25, 2018 On May 14, over 20 people from EUUC participated in the Poor People’s Campaign in Olympia, WA. Read More about this post
  • Poor People’s Campaign Week 2 May 25, 2018 The focus of the May 21 gathering was “Ending Systemic Racism and Voter Supression.” Read More about this post
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