The Nursery is open for infants and preschoolers 10:15 – 12:15.

Universalist Recovery Church
with Rev. Barbara Stevens meets at 2 pm.
Online here:  urcpdx.org

Print Versions HERE

SnowCap will be Sharing the Bounty with us

blue spattered watercolorJanuary 20, 2019, 10:30 am
WWMLKD (What Would Martin Luther King, Jr., Do?)
Rev. Patti Pomerantz

Perhaps, like me, you’re one of those people who tries to avoid news headlines; for me it’s usually because what I read defies meaning. But avoidance is not really possible and it is certainly not responsible. In observance of what would have been his 89th birthday, I’ll look at some of our current events using King’s lens as a civil rights activist as I understand his story. Worship Leader: Katie TenEyck

Religious Exploration 10:30 am
Our Kids Need You!

Training will be given for leaders and coordinators. Please contact DRE@eastrose.org to learn more about our program, and to help out.

URC at 2 pm: Prayer

What is prayer? What role might it play in our lives? How do we develop a prayer practice that feeds us, connects us, and soothes our fears?

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The Incredible Rock-Hewn Churches of Ethiopia
Leticia Reason

This talk will provide a little background on Ethiopia and the beliefs of the Coptic Christian religion. We will explore the famous churches of Lalibela with pictures and video, and learn about this 13th century “New Jerusalem”, a famous and revered place of pilgrimage and devotion. Worship Leader: Kathie Loveall

Religious Exploration 10:30 am
Our Kids Need You!

You won’t want to miss out on meeting and learning from our amazing young folks! Please contact DRE@eastrose.org to learn more about our program, and to help out.

URC at 2pm: Boredom

Some of us are too busy to have a moment to think. Although boredom can be an excuse to drink too much, or eat too much, or otherwise indulge in unhealthy behaviors, it often leads to creativity, healing, and peace. How do we cultivate a healthy boredom?

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Am I? Humanist? Atheist? Agnostic?
Skeptic? Are You?

Rev. Patti Pomerantz

Many people who join Unitarian Universalist congregations identify as Humanist, Atheist, Agnostic, or Skeptic. I will begin a two-part exploration of these concepts and how they fit into Unitarian Universalism. Part of the exploration will involve conversation with you about your personal beliefs, so come ready to discuss! Worship Leader: Patty Walsh

Religious Exploration 10:30 am
Our Kids Need You!

Part of our Eastrose heritage is that parents wanted religious education for their children in 1956. They still do. Please contact DRE@eastrose.org to learn more about our program, and to help out.

URC 2 pm: Martha and Mary and the Better Part

Is it better to organize the home, to prepare a beautiful space, or to sit in silence and seek wisdom? Does this story about two sisters with very different personalities have anything to tell us about what may be important in our own life

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Our Sunday services begin at 10:30 a.m., and end at 11:45.

Coffee, tea, and conversation follow. On the first Sunday of each
month there is a potluck lunch for all.

Children attend the first 15 minutes of the worship service, then leave for their own program.
The Nursery is open for infants and preschoolers 10:15 – 12:15.

Led by Rev. Barbara Stevens, the Universalist Recovery Church invites you to share
readings and reflections that explore how the topic affects our lives. 

Online at: urcpdx.org.

If we need to close for the weather or other reason, we will use the flash alert network

and you can see it on this link: FLASHALERT.

You can also link to the closures reported on KGW.

No matter the weather, please take care of yourself and be safe.

Eastrose Fellowship Unitarian Universalist

1133 NE 181st Ave

Portland OR 97230

503-665-2628