July 11, 2018

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Sunday, July 15, 2018

ONE SERVICE @ 10 a.m.

This is Ministry by Rev. Eric Kaminetzky    

Music: John Paynich and Nick Maxwell 

Programs for Children and Youth: Mixed-age program for children.  Youth in service.

Toddler Room: Open from 10:00 to 11:15 a.m. for children ages 6 months to 3 years.


Sunday, July 22, 2018

ONE SERVICE @ 10 a.m.

Speaker: Joe Rettenmaier, Student Minister   

Music: Kathleen Bennett and Mark and Nancy Press 

Programs for Children and Youth: Mixed-age program for children.  Youth in service.

Toddler Room: Open from 10:00 to 11:15 a.m. for children ages 6 months to 3 years.


Gatherings and events

GoldMine Youth Leadership School

Through Thursday, July 12

From July 6 through July 12, GoldMine Youth Leadership School will be using our premises 24/7. The office wing will be open during this week. The remainder of the premises will be used solely by the GoldMine staff and students as we support this vital and energetic training for UU Youth.

Invitation to learn more about website questions

Sunday, July 15 in the Narthex before and after the service

Have questions about our new website?  Have comments? Don’t know where to find things?  Drop by and speak with our Web Managers.

Sno-King Meaningful Movies – A Plastic Ocean

Saturday, July 14 at 7 p.m. in Chapman Hall

Sno-King Meaningful Movies presents the documentary A Plastic Ocean revealing the devastating impact plastic has on our environment. Watch as experts explore the fragile state of our oceans, uncover alarming truths about plastic pollution and reveal working solutions. A discussion follows. Admission is free.

EUUC and Ahmadiyya Muslim Women meet

Thursday, July 19 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in The Friarplace (new date)

All women are invited to meet with Ahmadiyya Muslim women.  We will continue our time to socialize, chat and have a chance to learn more about the Muslim faith.  A topic of interest from last month was religious education of youth.  EUUC has a long relationship with the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community beginning when its mosque was in Lynnwood.  This is the 5th get-together we have had and each has been a wonderful way to learn and grow together.  Take advantage of this chance to get to know each other more deeply. RSVP (if you can) to the EUUC office.  Come even with no RSVP!

Advocates for Women potluck dinner

Wednesday, July 25, 5:30 p.m. offsite in Edmonds

You are invited to join the Advocates for Women as we celebrate our accomplishments for the year. This casual event is full of delicious food, great conversation, and a lot of fun. In addition, we will be holding a short Advocates for Women meeting, and you are welcome to stay and find out more about our group! For more information and to RSVP please email us at A4W.rsvp@euuc.org.


Sad New

Long time member Joan Anderson, beloved wife of Owen “Andy” Anderson passed away on Tuesday, July 11.  More information will follow on a possible memorial service.

Annual Seabeck retreat September 21 through 23

Registration is open for Seabeck 2018, held September 21 through 23. This is a popular weekend that gives a chance to visit, take walks, sing by a campfire and explore this year’s theme of Life as a Circle. Visit the website for more details and the registration form, or email for more information.

This is the Zero Hour Youth-Led Climate March

July 21 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Leaving from Garfield Playfield to Judkins Park. Remember the power of the youth-led gun violence march? The youth do! They have organized another, to demand a healthy climate. Please contact the Peace & Justice committee if you’d like to carpool, or for more information. You can carry EUUC banners to carry out our Congregational Stand on Global Warming! From the This is Zero Hour website: “Enough is enough. We, the youth, believe that #thisisZeroHour to act on climate change. We cannot afford to wait any longer for adults to protect our right to the clean and safe environment, the natural resources we need to not just survive, but flourish.”

Stop the Gag Rule & Stand Up for Women’s Health Care

Title X funds provide family planning, cancer screenings, STD testing and treatment, and general health exams to lower-income women. The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has proposed a rule that would close Planned Parenthood health centers but ignores the devastating impact upon their patients. This “gag rule” would prohibit Title X facilities from providing abortions, referring patients for abortion, or counseling patients that they may consider having an abortion. The Advocates for Women committee encourages you to tell HHS that you oppose the rule. Please click on the link then submit a formal comment using Advocates for Women as the Organization.


Sunday Offering for July and August

The Sunday Offering for July and August will be designated to advance Habitat for Humanity’s Twin Creeks Village project which will be completed in 5 phases and provide homes for 25 families. In partnership with the community, businesses, faith organizations and individuals the group works to eliminate substandard housing by building, acquiring and refurbishing homes in Snohomish County.

Weekly Family Email

Our Minister for Faith and Justice, the Rev. Cecilia Kingman, sends out a weekly email update about the week’s programs and other special announcements. If you have children under 18 and would like to receive this weekly message, email Cecilia and include your children’s names and ages, and your name and contact info.

Registration Open for Children and Youth

Registration is now open for Programs for Children and Youth. Please visit our website to register your child or youth, or stop by the office for paper registration. All children ages one to 18 should be registered.