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    Community Potluck Dessert With Our Islam Neighbors

    November  4th, 7:00-9:00 p.m., At RBCC UCC

    Begzudin Jusic, Imam of the Bosnian Mosque in Shoreline, will give a presentation regarding Islam with ample opportunity to ask questions followed by socialization over dessert. Bring a favorite dessert to share!



    Church Directory

    Many of you have a collection of photo directories from years past or have seen them in the church pews.  They are a wonderful and often very helpful way to put names to faces. "Who was that who just said hello?"  "Look at how the children have grown!" We are getting ready to create a new photo directory and we need you to help make it complete! The photo directory will showcase our entire church family and become a useful resource to keep us connected. 

    There is absolutely no obligation to purchase anything.  For participating, you will receive complimentary 8x10 Photograph and a free copy of the new directory.  

    This is a professional photography session, we encourage you to make it as special as you wish.  Bring meaningful items, special people and, of course, your pets are invited. You will be given an opportunity to purchase additional portraits for yourself, family and friends.  It is a great time to take your Christmas photo and order greeting cards.

    Photography dates are October 18 - 22.

    1. Schedule your appointment online: 

    2.  Call the church office for assistance and we will return your call.

    3.  Look for our sign-up table at church on Sunday.


    Our directory won’t be complete without you. Please sign up today!



    Fall is around the corner! Take a look at our September Newsletter.

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    Peace and Justice Update

     On June 19th Sarah, and many supporters from the RBCC UCC Congregation, presented a petition to the Shoreline School Board.  The petition had over 2,000 signatures requesting that the Shoreline School District name/rename a building after slain civil rights leader and Shoreline resident Edwin T. Pratt.  In addition to Sarah, several members of the church and the community spoke passionately and convincingly about the life and mission of Edwin Pratt and why naming a building in honor of him was an appropriate decision.  If you were not able to attend that meeting, don't worry, this is an ongoing effort and Sarah will likely be back before the board in the Fall to keep this moving forward.  Feel free to write or meet with your local school board representative to let them know your feelings about this issue.



    March is here and so is our Newsletter!

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