Fernell Miller has been a teacher in the Northshore School District (NSD) for 30 years. Fernell is facilitating a support group of girls who experience racism in the NSD schools. They meet at WUUC for a safe space to work on healing and helping to nurture one another. Fernell raised her family in the Woodinville/Bothell […]
As Mabon, our celebration of the Autumn equinox approaches, join the Earth-based ministry team to learn more about Pagan worship. We will explore the ways that myth can help inform our search for truth and meaning, by discussing the story of Persephone and our approach to translating that story into a meaningful worship experience.
While our past doesn’t dictate our future, it affects it. Join us to reflect on how the stories we tell help us create a vision of who we were, who we are, and who we’re going to be.
This Labor Day join us to reflect on what it means to be bound by the threads of a dream to work for something we believe in.