This video message is brought to you in lieu of our Sunday service for March 15, which was cancelled due to the corona virus. Here, Rev. Ken reflects on where we’re at and what we’re doing.
We understand there is a lot of concern about the impacts of possible
coronavirus infections in places people meet, including churches. In
Kittitas County, as of yesterday, three people have been tested and all
have been negative for COVID-19. At this point,
there is still … read more.
Whose “We?” – Notes From General Assembly
Rev Ken Jones, along with several other KVUUC folx, attended the Unitarian Universalists General Assembly earlier this summer. The theme was “The Power of We” and some of us learned a lot about what “we” can mean.
New to KVUUC, been here for 20 years. Current member, just a friend. We are all stewards of the congregation and it’s time to declare your help. Let’s talk. I’ll provide the cakes, we both provide the conversation. Evening meetings held to an hour or Sunday 30 min. after service. Call … read more.
It’s funny how quickly we humans get used to routines, be they morning routines of brushing teeth and waking the kids, or larger routines or rituals that occur only, perhaps, once a year.
One routine I’ve gotten used to over the last several months is leading … read more.
Here’s how you can help.
• Attend the meeting, it’s fun, it’s a potluck, we make important decisions, we have child care.
• Nominate someone – Co-President, Treasurer, Secretary, Financial Secretary. Contact Debbie Williams with nominees.
• Nominate a charity for our annual giving. Contact Jim Schwing with … read more.
19-23, 2019, Spokane
General Assembly (GA) is the annual meeting of
our Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). Attendees worship, witness,
learn, connect, and make policy for the Association through democratic process.
Anyone may attend; congregations must certify annually to send voting delegates.
The Power of We
In a time of … read more.
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OUR WHOLE LIVES: LIFESPAN SEXUALITY EDUCATION
Honest, accurate information about sexuality changes lives. It dismantles stereotypes and assumptions, builds self-acceptance and self-esteem, fosters healthy relationships, improves decision making, and has the potential to save lives. For these reasons and more, we are proud to offer Our … read more.
Some people say living in religious community is
easy. You get to hang out with
like-minded people, so you never have to be confronted by someone who sees
others say living in religious community is hard, because even if you are
surrounded by people who mostly agree … read more.