The Rev. Edgar Peara, retired UU minister living in Eugene, OR, received the Knighthood of the French Legion of Honor on April 14, for his service to Allied troups during World War II. The award was presented by the French
Nichole Cirillo, manager of experiential learning programs of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC), will speak in Seattle at University Unitarian Church about UUSC’s efforts in Haiti, on June 10th at 7:00 PM. The speaker has recently returned from leading a UU Mnister’s “Just Journey”
The four-day GoldSmith Leadership School for Young Adults will be held August 24-28 at Kitsap UU Fellowship, Bremerton, WA. Completed registrations and full payment must be received at PNWD by June 30. Online registration/payment is available.
The application process for GoldMine Youth Leadership School was open February 1 through May 2. Applicants will be notified by June 1 if they were accepted into the program. GoldMine will be held July 24-30 at Kitsap UU Fellowship, Bremerton, WA.
Training for facilitators of Our Whole Lives, Young Adult and Adult Faith-based Sexuality Education Programs will be held May 20-22. Hosted at University Congregational United Church of Christ, Seattle, WA. (Capacity was reached 5/2/11 and registration is closed.)
Our Whole Lives training for facilitators of elementary sexuality education programs will be held May 13-15 at the Tahoma Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Tacoma, WA. (Capacity was reached 4/26/11 and registration is closed.)
Mark your calendars for the 2012 District Assembly, in Anchorage, AK, on May 18-20, 2012. Come celebrate the Pacific Northwest District’s 50th year – and our first Annual Meeting and Assembly in Alaska! Events for congregational leaders and UUs of
April 17, Rev. David Maynard, Installed by Eastrose Fellowship UU, Portland, OR March 13, Rev. Eric Kaminetsky, Ordained and Installed by Edmonds UU Church, WA January 22, Rev. Bill Graves, Ordained by UU Congregation of Whidbey Island, Freeland, WA
Saturday, May 21, join Muslims, Unitarian Universalists, and other members of the Seattle-area community for a day of discussion, learning, and networking as they explore civil-liberties issues that come up on the job, at school, at the border, and in
University Unitarian Church, Seattle, WA, has registered for Seattle’s Pride Parade. To save local congregations the hassle of registering, as well as the individual registration fee, they have arranged for interested congregations to be one large contingent known as Unitarian