Beware the Scarlet Pimpernel? Check the library or download this 1905 novel of historical fiction by Baroness Orczy, first published in 1905, for free from Gutenberg. The first book club meeting will be on March 9th from noon to 1:30 at the church. Bring a … read more.
Curious about Unitarian Universalism? Want to learn more? Want to find ways to “plug in” to the church community? Then plan to attend a “Newcomers Orientation” on Sunday, January 27 after the service (11:30 — 1:00) Engage in conversation with Rev. Jones and members … read more.
Our RE teachers missed seeing the children over the holiday break-we are looking forward to classes on January 13th. Teacher Kathy will lead Children’s Chapel and help the grade school children fill their Toolbox of Faith. The preschoolers will do a Chalice Children matching activity … read more.
UUCY is once again collecting donations for backpacks for the homeless. Your gently used
blankets can help to save lives! Items can be dropped off at UUCY, then
Triumph Treatment will collect the donated items and assemble them into
backpacks, which will be distributed on … read more.
Your Book Club facilitator, Susan Kaphammer, looks for titles that are available in paperback and available through Yakima Valley Libraries, often in hard copy and as e-books. Welcoming suggestions of both fiction and nonfiction, she tries to schedule a variety of topics, genres, themes and … read more.
Have you recently taken on a leadership role in the congregation? Are you considering a leadership role but want to increase your experience, knowledge, or skills before doing so? Visit www.uua.org/nwr to learn more about and participate in Leadership Experience 2019. This is a hybrid in-person/on-line leadership … read more.
The Committee on Shared Ministry invites you to a continental breakfast and conversation about our congregation’s future on Saturday, October 20th from 9:00 to 10:30 in Fellowship Hall. Committee members Church Forster, Emilee Solomon, Susan Kaphammer, and Rev. Ken Jones are leading the conversation. Bring … read more.
Come to Caffee 11th Avenue (formerly known as Mojo’s) Wednesday mornings at 9:00 for wide ranging conversations about local and world events, gardening, pets, travel, books, and more. All are welcome. Find the group at 1003 West Yakima Avenue.
As I write this, I was reminiscing just two days prior about the incredible moment just three years ago when the US Supreme Court decided, in the case Obergefell v. Hodges, that marriage equality was the law of the land. I was attending the UUA’s … read more.
Beartown by New York Times bestselling author Fredrik Backman is the July Book Club selection. Beartown is a tiny community nestled deep in the forest that is slowly losing ground to the ever-encroaching trees. The hopes and dreams of the town rest on the shoulders … read more.