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    Thursday
    Oct262017

    Shoreline Multicultural Night, October 27th

    Don't forget to join us in celebrating diversity & respect for all at the Shoreline Multicultural Night.  Friday, October 27th from 6:00-8:30 PM at the Shoreline Community College Theater.  Come learn about community organizations and how to become involved!  See the attached flyer for more information and details. 

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    Thursday
    Oct262017

    Stewardship Sunday

    This Sunday, October 29, is Stewardship Sunday. You can find pledge cards in your Stewardship mailing, in the pews, or in the Church office. Not only your monetary gifts, but your gifts of time and talents are what make it possible to be the body of Christ to one another and to the larger community.  As you consider your 2018 pledge, please keep in mind that our pledges to the Church make all of this possible, and imagine what more we can make possible together. Pledge cards will be collected and dedicated during worship this Sunday, October 29th

    Friday
    Oct202017

    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!

     

    Friday
    Sep012017

    Soundwaves

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

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    Friday
    Jul072017

    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.

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