Outreach

To us, outreach involves strengthening our relationships with our community and standing for social and environmental justice.

Here are some of the things we're doing. You're invited to join us!
 

Women's March

Eight members of our congregation traveled to Washington, DC, to participate in the national Women's March.

Many others from our congregation will joined people — of all gender identities, ethnicities, ages, abilities, religions, and sexual orientations — in solidarity by participating in the Womxn’s March in Seattle.


 

Suquamish Community Kitchen

 
We continue to serve dinner to nearly 100 guests every Wednesday.

As we like to say, "We serve community with every meal."

Come and join us sometime for a great meal and great company!

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Support for Water Protectors
at the Dakota Access Pipeline

Thanks to everyone who contributed to our special offering on November 6. We collected $450! And, due to a special that happened to be taking place, we were able to purchase $600 worth of gas cards!

Our Lakota friends Rev. Byron and Toni Buffalo wants our congregation to know how grateful they are for this gift.


 

Suquamish Food Bank

 
We have long supported Fishline and their efforts to provide needed food to people of North Kitsap.

There is now a food bank in Suquamish, which is great news for people who are unable to drive to Poulsbo. We are making plans to share our abundance with this Suquamish Food Bank in addition to Fishline.


 

"Little Free Library" for Commuters
With support of our neighbor to the north, the Rohlingers' business, we are placing a "little free library" on the Rohlingers' property, by the bus shelter on the north side of Geneva Ave., across from our Park & Ride lot.

We'll be stocking it with some interesting and provocative books. Commuters (and others!) will be welcome to take a book with them and, if they'd like, leave a book when they're done with it.


 

Peace Garden & Labyrinth
Work has begun on our peace garden and labyrinth!

Our friend Randy Blossom excavated the labyrinth area, pulled out the deep pea gravel from the old playground area, and removed the spreading cherry-tree suckers.

The next step will be to construct the forms for the concrete labyrinth. We're waiting for the crew to be available, along with favorable weather.

We hope that, when complete, the garden will provide a place of solace and spiritual contemplation for people in the community.

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