Are you passionate about a particular social justice cause? The Advocates for Social Justice is a council made up of leaders of multiple ministries at WUUC. Anyone who feels strongly about a particular social justice movement is welcome to join our quarterly meetings to hear what other ministry leaders are up to and how you might harness the passion of other church members to multiply your efforts toward positive social change. Current active ministries include racial justice, economic justice and indigenous rights. If you’d like to head up efforts toward women’s rights, climate justice, or anything else, please join our next Zoom meeting on March 18! Contact Cora Goss-Grubbs at for more information.

On March 19 ASJ will be sponsoring a Special Collection during the service for Camp Ten Trees, the Pacific Northwest’s only residential summer camp programming for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth and their allies, and for children/youth of LGBTQ or non-traditional families. 

On January 15th we collected $363 for our Special Collection which will go toward Advocates for Immigrants in Detention Northwest, which serves immigrants in detention and when released, through welcoming services focused on transitional support and connection to vital resources for resettlement.

            The ASJ Committee thanks WUUC members and friends for their generous support of our monthly special collections, which take place during services on the third Sunday of every month. Instructions for giving are posted during the service, and you can also donate anytime the following week at, or by sending a check to WUUC at P.O. Box 111, Woodinville, WA 98072. Please make checks out to WUUC and write “ASJ Special Collection” in the notes.