White Supremacy Teach-In

“White supremacy as a set of institutional assumptions and practices, often operating unconsciously, that tend to benefit white people and exclude people of color.” Why is it important for UUs to talk about, think...

New Minister Search

Members and Friends of UUCE Our beloved Rev. Dr. Sydney Morris will be leaving us when her contract as a developmental minister ends on June 30, 2018, since she is not available to become...

Register for 2017-18

Registration for the Religious Education program at UUCE is fast, easy and online! All families are asked to please renew your registration with the program by following this link and filling out the form....

Community Art Gallery

The October Community Art Gallery features the work of local student Kira Wilson.  Please stop by and enjoy her art, in the hallway across from the office.

Where are we from?

There is a map from UUCE’s World Refugee Day that shows the diversity of our immigrant and refugee ancestors.  You can still add a pin to honor your family’s past!  Thanks to Connie Newman...

Sunday Workshops

(Comments published in the Monthly Newsletter from a congregant) After lunch we all went to Workshops. I chose UU History 101, because I thought it would be the safest place for me. The outline...

Sprouts Child Care Center

Now enrolling! Did you know we have a full-time, licensed childcare center now available at the UUCE? Care is available Monday–Friday from 7am-6pm. 20% off your first month! View their website at www.oregonsprouts.com or contact Director...

Building Community

What’s a Cob playhouse? Cob is an ancient world building method utilizing soil, clay, sand, and straw to create sturdy walls that dry into a brick-hard material after placing the mix on the walls....

Summer Religious Education

Starting on Sunday, June 18, the Sunday morning Religious Education program will occur from 9:45-11:15am, with childcare for infants and toddlers in Room 4, and childcare for children ages 3-10 in Room 3. Children...