Following a unanimous vote by the congregation on September 25, 2011, the UU Church in Eugene closed on the sale of their property at 477 East 40th Avenue on September 29, 2011 to the Saraha Nyingma Buddhist Institute, Inc. The UU church purchased the former Eugene Scottish Rite Temple in
Gather with UUs on October 15 from 10 – 4 at the UU Congregation of Salem for Oregon UU Voices for Justice 2nd annual statewide meeting. Oregon Voices is one of fifteen UU statewide legislative advocacy networks. Learn about issues that will come before the state legislature in the 2012
Attendees and Planners for the UUA General Assembly this summer in Phoenix, join the Rev. Dr. Ken Brown, District Executive in the UUA Pacific SW, on Oct 5 at 7 PM, as he gives us a valuable overview of “Justice GA.” Rev. Brown has been working intensively with our partners
What if you could tap into—even grow—the passion and energy that your congregation has shown at its best? What if you could channel this energy and share it with other congregations in the area to achieve significant goals? It can happen. Gathered Here is a UUA-wide initiative co-sponsored by the
Edmonds UU Church (WA) will host a Northwest UU Justice Summit on Saturday, October 22, from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM. The event is being organized by a group of UUs who are forming a Northwest UU Justice Network to encourage collective UU justice work. For more information, click here.
Rogue Valley UU Fellowship (Ashland, OR) installs the Rev. Leslie Becknell Marx as Minister on Friday, October 14, 6:00 PM. Spokane UU Church (WA) installs the Rev. Dr. Todd Eklof as Minister on Sunday, November 6, at 6:00 P.M. UU Congregations traditionally formalize the call of a
Shoreline UU Church presents a lecture and workshop on Saturday, October 1, by the Rev. Barbara Meyers on the congregation’s role in supporting members and families dealing with mental illness. Her lecture, from 10 AM – Noon, will provide an overview of common disorders and problem solving for specific situations in
PNWD high school youth, ages 14-18, will be gathering October 21-23 at Camp Cispus in Randle, WA. Downloadable materials for Fall Con are available on the PNWD website. Registrations received in the district office by September 22 pay $90. Registrations received between September 23 and October 5 pay $105.
Earlier we announced the selection of Seattle’s Westside UU Congregation as a UUA Breakthrough Congregation. If you were not able to hear their story during June’s UUA General Assembly, take a minute (actually, eight) and watch their video on the Breakthrough Congregations website. While you are there, you might take
Join UUs from local and regional congregations on October 22 at Edmonds UU Church as they invest a precious Saturday to learn what fellow UUs are doing as they work towards economic justice, human rights, peace, sustainability, and more. Throughout the day, participants will consider what we need to support our individual