Monday, April 13, 2015


Earth Day 2015 is near.  Join us as we finish this Climate Justice Month in a big way!


RE Sponsored Community Night Dinner and Film

Viva La Causa: The Story of Cesar Chavez and A Great Movement for Social Justice

When:  Wednesday April 15, Dinner at 6:00 pm, Movie at 6:45 pm

Come for a wonderful southwest inspired feast prepared by Roz Reynolds and her team of helpers. Then join us, in the library, for a multigenerational movie event to learn about the inspiring work of Cesar Chavez to help us prepare for participating in the Farm Worker's March for Dignity on May 3.

Dinner costs $5 for adults, $4 for children, or $12 for families with small children.
For more details, visit our Community to Community Partnership blog.

Earth Day Celebration at BUF - Sunday April 19

9:15 am - Adult Forum:  "Proposed Environmental Tax for Washington” with representatives of CarbonWA

Join us as CarbonWA, an NGO (non-governmental organization) promoting a carbon tax here in WA talks about what that tax would look like. The proposed environmental tax reform will improve Washington’s economy and reduce Washington’s carbon pollution. It is a win/win for those of us who want to help spur economic growth and improve air quality by reducing pollution.

10:30 am - Sunday Service:  A Celebration of Mother Earth and Environmental Justice

Poets Matthew Brouwer, Kevin Murphy, Betty Scott, singer, musician, JP Falcon Grady and the Women’s Ensemble join Rev. Paul preaching, singing, and speaking up for Mother Earth.

Noon - C2C/BUF Partnership Celebration: A Look at the Past, A Glimpse of the Future

Come enjoy a delicious lunch prepared by our own Christopher Griffen-led team. Join us as we celebrate the C2C/BUF Partnership Team's tremendous accomplishments over the last two years and it's plans for the future.

Hear from C2C staff, farmworkers and BUF members about partnership activities. Ask questions and learn more about the partnership in preparation for the Partnership's renewal coming up for congregational vote in May. 

Activity table provided for our younger members.

Donations for lunch will be accepted.

Unist’ot’en Camp Fundraiser - Monday April 20

With guest appearances from the film's Directors David Goldberg and Eli Hirtle

When:  Monday April 20 AT 7 PM

Join us as WWU students tell the story and their experiences with the Unist’ot’en Camp, a First Nations resistance community whose 
purpose is to protect sovereign Wet’suwet’en territory in British Columbia, Canada from several proposed pipelines from the Tar Sands Gigaproject and shale gas from Hydraulic Fracturing Projects in the Peace River Region.

This is a FUNDRAISER for the camp.  Please be generous.