February 20, 2019

This Week at EUUC



February 24, 2019

Sunday Services @ 9 and 11 a.m.

“Somewhere on the Road to Damascus” by Zackrie Vinczen

Music: Nick Maxwell and Joyful Noise, Ross and Brent Henderson

Programs for Children and Youth: 

Classes for Preschool to Grade 6: 9 a.m. Children begin in service with families, then depart for classes.

Grades 7 & 8: No OWL classes today.

High School Youth Group: Check Youth Facebook page.

Toddler Room: Open from 8:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. for children ages 6 months to 3 years.


March 3, 2019

Sunday Services @ 9 and 11 a.m.

“Giving Love a Hand” by Rev. Cecilia Kingman 

Music: EUUC Adult Choir 

Programs for Children and Youth: 

Classes for Preschool to Grade 6: 9 a.m. Children begin in service with families, then depart for classes.

Grades 7 & 8: Our Whole Lives class meets at 11 a.m. in Room 5.

High School Youth Group: 11:00 a.m. in Loft.

Toddler Room: Open from 8:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. for children ages 6 months to 3 years.


It’s Chocolate Sunday today! 

Bring your delicious treats to the EUUC kitchen before the service.

Gatherings and Events

Microagression Training with Aisha Hauser

Saturday, February 23 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Chapman Hall

The building will be opened at 8:30 a.m.  Come have a cup of coffee and a chat.

The Racial Justice Committee is excited to have Aisha Hauser return to engage us in her follow up to the Bystander training she moderated at EUUC awhile back.

Aisha says – Microagressions:  Learning what they are and how to minimize their harmful impact is one way toward the Beloved Community we Unitarian Universalists envision as part of a whole faith community. Our interpersonal exchanges are filled with micro and macroaggressions within the strong overlay of institutional racism. Our faith calls us to be attentive, culturally competent communicators. This workshop will examine what microagressions are and when they need to be addressed. Be sure to check our website for possible closures of the EUUC premises and/or a different venue for this important training session.

Collecting your pledges

Sunday, February 24

On Sunday, February 24th, we will have our first opportunity since the snow to bring our written pledges of financial support for the coming year to Sunday service. Please remember to bring your written pledge with you and give it to Rachel Maxwell after the services.

UU 102

Sunday, February 24, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. in The Friarplace

UU 102, the second of two classes for adults interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism and our congregation, will begin after the second service. (It was rescheduled to this date due to snow.) Lunch will be served and childcare will be provided with advanced notice. UU 102 focuses on EUUC: our history, governance, mission and vision, as well as the many activities that help us connect with one another, have fun, and contribute to making the world a better place. You can sign up by contacting Nancy Gladow or Lynn Carpenter, calling the church office, or online. Prior completion of UU101 is required for this class.

Chocolate Sunday has moved to March 3

Sunday, March 3 after the 9 and 11 a.m. services in the Narthex

Please join us for Chocolate Sunday, an annual event where we indulge in a chocolate smorgasbord after each service. Everyone is invited to bring a favorite chocolate treat to share; we will engage in reckless abandon together. As author Michael Levine writes, “Chemically speaking, chocolate really is the world’s perfect food.” This year Chocolate Sunday is hosted by your Board of Trustees.

The Lobby Room

Sundays, through March 31
After early service in room 4; After late service in room 1

What a great beginning for the opening day of the Lobby Room. We had 16 “lobbyists” and over 26 cards. We will help you find out who your legislators are and let you know what is happening on important bills. Young people are welcome; they can make their own postcards or color the backs of others. This is a fun and easy way to give voice to your Unitarian Universalist values.

Beginner and Intermediate Level International Folk Dancing

Tuesdays, through March 26 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in Chapman Hall

International Folk Dancing begins with simple low impact walking steps accessible to all ages and abilities. Join us in line and circle dances of many cultures. No partner needed. Authentic Greek, Balkan, Israeli and other line and circle dances from around the world will be taught.  Leaders are Vicki Curry and Lora Hein.  Contact Vicki or Lora with questions.

Save the date

You’ve Come a Long Way…Maybe!

Please join Advocates for Women on Sunday, March 10 at 12:30 p.m. while we explore the myth of gender equity in America. Contact Advocates for Women for more details.


48th Annual Auction: Back to the Future – Tickets on sale this Sunday

Don’t miss the fun! Get your auction tickets this Sunday. Your $25 ticket covers entry, dinner, and a beverage. The event will be held Saturday, March 16. Doors open at 5 p.m. at EUUC. There will be a silent auction, live auction, entertainment by Nick Maxwell, and a costume contest. More information is available online. The free program for children ages 1 to 14 includes a pizza dinner. Registration for the children’s program must be submitted by March 10. Complete the online children’s registration form or pick up a copy of the form when you purchase your tickets.

Auction donations: help make this year’s event a success!

Not sure what to donate? Anything with a value over $25 that you think others might want is welcome. Consider asking merchants you do business with for a gift certificate. Host an event – on your own or team up with other EUUCers. Help with a service such as gardening or rides to the airport. Loan out a special tool or asset. Teach a skill. For more information and more suggestions, visit our website. To submit your item, complete the online form or pick up a paper form this Sunday at the ticket sale table in the Narthex.

Neighbors in Need breakfast

Volunteers from our congregation will be providing breakfast for homeless and needy folks, as part of the Neighbors in Need interfaith program at Trinity Lutheran Church, on February 23.  If you would like to volunteer to help cook, serve, or clean-up at this rewarding project sponsored by Social Concerns, please contact Barb Chessler – socialconcerns.rsvp@euuc.org

Nominating a Sunday Offering

The Sunday Offering Committee welcomes nominations from EUUC members who have a favorite tax exempt charity they support or for which they have personal knowledge. They can be local, national or international organizations. Nomination forms can be found online at the EUUC website, on a clipboard at the Social Justice bulletin board or in the Sunday Offering mail box near the office. We hope to hear from you.

EUUC voicemail is working again

We had problems over the snow/ice closure periods with our telephone voicemail service, but once the problem was discovered, our carrier quickly put it back in order.  Unfortunately, the work they performed before we called them may have erased some of your messages to us.  If you left a message and we have not called you back, please do get in touch again.

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 at euuc.org.

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.

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