June 18, 2019

This Week at EUUC




June 23, 2019

ONE SERVICE @ 10 a.m.

“Not Every Thought Deserves Equal Respect” by Dr. Nick Maxwell 

Music: Nick Maxwell

Programs for Children and Youth: 

Program Hiatus. Children may attend service with adults.

Toddler Room: Open from 9:00 to 11:15 a.m. for children ages 6 months to 3 years.

June 30, 2019

ONE SERVICE @ 10 a.m.

“Au Revoir” by Rev. Eric Kaminetzky

Music: Bruce Baker

Programs for Children and Youth: 

Kindergarten through Grade 6: Drop-in programming.

Grades 7 & 8 and Youth: Invited to participate as assistants.

Toddler Room: Open from 9:00 to 11:15 a.m. for children ages 6 months to 4 years.



Gatherings and Events

We Celebrate Lives

Norma Bruns, beloved founding member of Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Congregation, passed away on Saturday, June 15. Look for future posting to see if a memorial service has been set by the family.

Ice Cream Social to celebrate Bob Trimble’s Life:  Sunday, June 23 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Jackson Conference Center, Wilderness Auditorium at Everett Community College Campus, 2000 Tower St, Everett WA 98201.

A memorial service for Ellen Squillace will be held at EUUC on Sunday, June 30 at 1 p.m. All are invited to attend.


Seabeck Retreat September 20-22

Seabeck is an unhurried time to spend time together with family and friends, some of whom you may not yet know well. There is ample time to play games, share stories and have nature strolls on the grounds and beyond. The theme for 2019 is “What is in your Time Capsule?” For more information, see the brochure or check out Seabeck.

The Finance Committee is calling for proposals for Capital Needs funding.

“Capital Needs” are funds for major maintenance, furniture or equipment purchases, and general repairs that were not otherwise anticipated in the annual budgeting process. The Capital Needs process is managed by the Finance Committee.

If you have thoughts on areas or items that need sprucing up, repair or replacement, please submit a proposal by Friday, June 28, 2019 that includes the following information:

Name of project/purchase
Estimated cost, detailed by line item components
Explanation of urgency of funding now rather than later
Description of positive impact
Name of person who will be responsible for managing the project/purchase if it is approved by the board

The EUUC Board needs a few good note takers

Are you interested in what goes on when your 7 elected Board members meet each month?  You can be part of the action by taking raw notes for later editing by the Congregational Administrator and Board President at the Board’s monthly meetings.  We have a note taker for June 25, but would like to find someone for July 16 in The Friarplace from 7 to 9 p.m.  Contact EUUC office if you are interested.

The Fa-La Sisterhood singers become The Treblemakers – no audition required

The Treblemakers is a non-audition treble ensemble (sopranos and altos) for adult singers with a basic ability to read music.  Music styles include pop, contemporary, and traditional.  The Treblemakers will sing approximately six times a year.  Rehearsals take place every first, third, and occasional fifth Thursday of each month, year round, from 7 to 9 p.m. in RE-5.  For more information about this group, please contact April Cook.

Caring and Sharing:Skin Care for Women of Color

A heartfelt thank you from the Advocates for Women and Racial Justice committees for your participation in the “Caring and Sharing: Skin Care for Women of Color” fundraiser. Through your generous giving we collected over $540.00! Your donation will offer comfort to the women of color living in transitional housing at both YWCA Pathways for Women and Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County. Thank you once again for your generosity in making this fundraiser a big success.

Sunday Offering for June

The Sunday Offering for June will help Agros International purchase agricultural land for Central American communities. The main focus of Agros is on those living in extreme poverty in rural areas in Central America and the 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 including land, market-led agriculture, health, education and financial empowerment. Their model has helped more than 10,000 people move sustainably out of poverty during the past thirty years.

A measles case has been reported in Snohomish County.

Please do not come to EUUC if you or your child are experiencing any symptoms.  We have unvaccinated children here and we have medically fragile folks who cannot vaccinate.  For information on the current case and locations of possible exposure go to: http://www.snohd.org/460/Measles

Build your Faith Web!

Want to deepen your own spiritual learning, build community across all ages, play, sing, create and have fun? Our children and youth are seeking teachers, advisors and mentors for the 2019-20 program year. The grade school groups will be learning about Jewish and Christian Scriptures, the junior high group will be piloting a new Coming of Age program, and our high school group is seeking adults to create meaningful community. For more information and volunteer applications, contact Cass Bunting, Faith Development Coordinator.

Two ways to give to EUUC electronically

  1. EUUC’s text-to-give number is 425-970-9289.  Simply key in that number to your phone, and respond to the prompts to enter the amount you would like to donate, and you will be taken to a simple form to fill out to finish donating.
  2. Use your QR scanner on your cell phone to be taken to an EUUC donation page.  See your Sunday Order of Service for the QR code.

Programs for Children and Youth

If you have children under 18, subscribe to our weekly email for families. You’ll find all the latest news about events, classes, and social gatherings in our congregation.  You can subscribe by contacting Cass Bunting, Faith Development Coordinator, or by contacting the church office.  And be sure to follow us on Facebook, at EUUC Faith Development, for more news. Please remember to register your children or youth.

Registration Open for Children and Youth

Register now for 2019-20 Programs for Children and Youth. We have an exciting year starting this fall. Register now for programs for children and youth ages 1-18. Advance registering helps us plan for class sizes and appropriate staffing. Register today at EUUC.org.

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