For many, the holiday season is not a time of joy, but a time of violence, fear, unpredictability, grief, or hopelessness. These feelings often predominate in families affected by addictions and mental illness. The PNWD Addictions Ministry Project helps congregations understand and respond to addictions and mental health concerns –
This spring we posted a notice about some changes coming to the UUA Retirement Plan. Well, the changes are almost here. The UUA has not made any changes to the basic design of the Retirement Plan in nearly fifteen years. The rest of the retirement world has changed and the
The PNWD Nominating Committee has announced its slate of candidates for the March 14-16, 2014 District Assembly: PNWD Board Nominees (three-year term) Rev. Carol McKinley (nominated for second term) Olympia UU Congregation, WA From the Western Washington (excluding Seattle) Geographic Area Emmet Band (nominated to first term, after completing appointed
A new Tapestry of Faith adult curriculum initiated by the UUA President’s Council offers twelve 90-minute workshops to explore our money-related stories, attitudes, and actions in the context of our Unitarian Universalist faith. Written by Patricia Hall Infante and Rev. David H. Messner, The Wi$dom Path is designed as a
As the days continue to grow shorter and darkness arrives before the mail carrier, we invite you to share the Solstice holiday pastoral message by the Rev. Elizabeth Greene, minister emerita of Boise UU Fellowship. Whatever holiday(s) you celebrate this time of year, may they be filled with love.
Money, Mission and Meaning: Stewardship as Spiritual Practice With Rev. Cecilia Kingman Saturday, January 11, 2014 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Hosted by The Unitarian Universalist Church in Eugene, OR Learn how to support your congregation’s financial goals with stewardship programs that are mission-centered, heart-based, and spiritually deepening. This highly interactive workshop