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Movie: The Road to Nickelsville, Dec. 8 in Seattle Last Updated on 2017-11-29 01:16:28 What: Wedgwood Meaning Movies presents The Road to Nickelsville Where: Wedgwood Presbyterian Church, 8008 35th Ave. N.E., Seattle (NOTE VENUE CHANGE!! This month only) When: Friday, Dec. 8, 2017, 7:00 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The Road to Nickelsville (2016, 46 min.) is a documentary that investigates the circumstances that lead to homelessness using the stories of six homeless people living in the one of Seattle's tent cities, Nickelsville. The camp takes its name from the city mayor holding office during the time period the camp was first established. The six interviews depict people whose lives, for one reason or another, took a sudden turn and they no longer had the resources to put a permanent roof over their heads nor, in some cases, their children's. The interviews inform us about the physical and psychological stresses involved in being homeless and... More »
"From the Ashes" Film in Seattle, Nov. 6, 2017 Last Updated on 2017-10-29 21:04:13 What: "From the Ashes" Where: St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 111 N.E. 80th S., Seattle When: Monday, Nov. 6, 2017, 7 p.m. St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, University Unitarian Church, and Congregation Beth Shalom are sponsoring another movie together as part of Earth Ministry's Colleague Connections program. "From the Ashes" will be shown at St. Andrew's (111 N.E. 80th St. at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 6. The film tells the story of coal in the United States through the voices of coal miners and takes the viewer around the country exploring what people are doing in the face of the energy and climate crisis. There is a direct link to our own Pacific Northwest. "Heartbreaking and enlightening at the same time. A must-watch for everyone because we should all be in this together." -- Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry View the... More »
Earth Month Events from Earth Ministry Last Updated on 2017-04-12 14:36:34 Earth Month Events: · Learn about two exciting new resources at Earth Ministry’s Spring Gathering on April 8. We will be introducing a streamlined version of Earth Ministry's Greening Congregations Toolkit and explaining our new Colleague Connection program that will support the good work you are already doing in your community. All are welcome, RSVP to · Earth Ministry is partnering with Seattle University to celebrate Interfaith Earth Day onThursday, April 20. This open house lunch-hour fair will feature live music, mindfulness meditation, and interfaith earth justice conversations in addition to Earth Ministry's Actions Center full of opportunity's to get involved... More »
Free the Snake River - Sept. 17 in Clarkston, Wash. Last Updated on 2016-09-05 00:04:41 Let's Free the Snake and jumpstart the largest wild salmon recovery effort in the world! Last year Backbone Campaign teamed up with Patagonia, Friends of the Clearwater, Save Our Wild Salmon and a host of other friends to raise the call to Free the Snake River from deadbeat dams that choke natural salmon runs. As evidenced by this great video and the fun participants had it was a great success! This year we're doing it again and calling on elected officials to show some leadership and Free the Snake! Join the Free the Snake Flotilla - RSVP HERE Date: Saturday, September 17th Location: Swallows Park WA-129, Clarkston, Washington 99403 Schedule: 8AM - Boat Drop-Off and Arrival 10AM - Launch 2PM - Return Paddle 5PM - Festivities and... More »