Posts by Lori Varosh

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WUUC On-line and Text Credit Card Payments

by Lori Varosh

WUUC is now accepting credit cards. You can find a detailed, illustrated description of how to pay here There are several ways to donate: Donate button on the website Schedule payments from your REALM account Text message Scan QR code There are fees associated with credit card payment, so the church will not […]

Join East Shore at MAPS Interfaith Dinner

by Lori Varosh

By Marilyn Mayers, East Shore Unitarian Church For the past two years, East Shore Unitarian Church in Bellevue has hosted an Interfaith Friendship Dinner in the spring.  This year we are co-hosting it with the Muslim Association of Puget Sound and Muslim Community Resource Center at MAPS, 17550 NE 67th Court, Redmond on March 31, […]

Your Participation Sought in a UUA Study on Class

by Lori Varosh

Dear Congregations of the Pacific Northwest District, We, the Commission on Appraisal, invite your participation in a brief survey to help us as we prepare to select our next study topic. The Commission serves similarly to a “think tank” on larger issues facing Unitarian Universalism. Our recent study was on class in the UUA. We […]

A Pete Seeger Songfest – Jim Scott Remembers Pete in Song

by Lori Varosh

When:  Saturday, Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. Where:  Evergreen Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 1607 Fourth St., Marysville WA 98270 Price:  Suggested Donation $15.00 By Mike Mallory Composer/guitarist Jim Scott, who knew Pete well and collaborated on many projects with the folk legend, will lead the audience singing many of Pete’s well-loved songs such as “If I […]

Women’s Convocation Feb. 18

by Lori Varosh

Do not miss this opportunity to hear Dr. bell hooks, one of the most influential voices in the American feminist movement! She will speak at the Third International Women’s Convocation, Asilomar Conference Center, Monterey Peninsula, CA, Feb. 18 at 4:00 p.m. Writer, professor, feminist theorist, and activist, Dr. hooks is the author of numerous critically […]