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Summer 2020

Dayton UCC reaches out to meet needs of community for food and other necessities, while doing worship apart.
Seattle interfaith leaders join in a silent vigil and moment of lament to protest racism at St. James Cathedral.
Everett and St. Paul's UCC join in Flag Day Mobilization. Mercer Island baked cookies for march. Prospect held vigil at church.
Normandy Park UCC joins silent march. Walla Walla UCC and UCUCC write statements on dismantling racism.
Global Ministries Committee arranges gift for Sri Lankan church, sets up a virtual pilgrimage to Colombia.
Pilgrim Firs serves as an isolation/guarantine center for homeless people and first responders in Kitsap County.
PNC's JWM leaders lend support and solidarity with fruit workers in Yakima striking for COVID-19 protection and pay.
Carter Schafer creates music video of him playing 'Will the Circle Be Unbroken' on banjo, fiddle, piano, mandolin and guitar.
Hillary Coleman reports on commitment by PNC Board to develop and use an anti-racist lens in its efforts.
Mike Denton reflects on impact of COVID-19 on our attitudes and lives, calling for it to be a time to change our lives and the world.


Richmond Beach UCC members lead an outdoor candlelight vigil in solidarity with Black Lives Matter.
Eagle Harbor UCC members join in a Black Lives Matter/Native Lives Matter protest on Bainbridge Island.
Newport UCC couple stand along sidewalk holding signs calling for justice, fairness, kindness and love.
Tolt UCC in Carnation sets up a food pantry, then a food bank. Pastors lead an outdoor international day of mourning.
Conference launches camp fund-raising campaign for $200,000, arranges alternative virtual camp gatherings.
Sione Tuihalamaka earns certificate in facilities management to help in his work as head custodian at UCUCC.
This Is Me compiles stories shared during Lent. Courtney Stange Tregear edited the book, not sold at Amazon as fundraiser.
Annual Meeting connects 180 people for a virtual worship service and continues to share reports of PNC staff and leaders.
Environmental Justice Team invites Governor's aide to share updates on various legislation on energy and climate change.
News Briefs include stories on immediate events online in June-- events of the PNC, churches and national UCC.


Spring 2020

Hillary Coleman, PNC's next moderator, previously served on the Board as a youth and a young adult representative.
Magnolia UCC joins neigbors to serve its community instead of gathering to worship one Sunday each year.
Climate Change Team wins passage of bill encouraging sustainable farming practices in the state.
Brenda and Don Mallett donate funds to complete improvements to South Lodge at Pilgrim Firs and advocate for more updates.
Courtney Stange-Tregear compiles opportunity for people to share stories and Lenten reflections online.
News Briefs share transitions, Pilgrim Firs serving, N-Sid-Sen camp songs, PNC's Google Group and other news.




Mike Denton shares the disruption and possibilities being brought by congregations not gathering because of COVID-19.
Andy CastsroLang testifies for an ordinance to limit decibels of protests of the Church of Planned Parenthood in Spokane.
Lora Rathbone educates members of Shalom UCC and the Richland Community on environmental justice issues.
Tree crushes cabin 8 at N-Sid-Sen during a wind storm. Plans are underway for replacing it. COVID-19 brings cancellations.
Annual Meeting 2020 has been cancelled because of COVID-19 need for social distancing. Parts will be presented online.



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