Friday, August 16, 2019

Support Climate Activists, Advocate to Protect SNAP Recipients, Movies That Matter, and More!

Join us for services
Worship Every Sunday – 10:30am
All Are Welcome!

Sunday, August 18, 2019
Rev. Rich Gamble, preaching
Pastor Yuki Schwartz, off
Rev. Lauren Cannon, on sabbatical


Theme: Conflict
Scripture: Luke 12:49-56
Music Leader: Elliot Kraber
Accompaniment: Yigit Kolat

Reader: Christian 
Usher: Betty

Coffee Hour: Sandie
Children's Ministry (10 a.m.-12 p.m.): Anita

During Lauren's Sabbatical:  We sent Lauren off on 6/28 with our wishes for renewing sabbatical time, when Mike will also be on sabbatical, and Leo out of school.  They are heading to precious visits with grandparents & cousins in DC and New England.  Lauren will be reading deeply, & doing some Ashtanga yoga & Spanish classes.  Back August 19.

Reaching our pastors & lay leaders:
Rev. Rich:  keystone5019@gmail.com
Pastor Yuki:  yuki.schwartz@keystoneseattle.org
Barb Anderson:  gepreston@msn.com

Families: Pick up Children's Activity pages & crayons on the welcome table every week as you come in to worship (based on the scripture of the day.)  There are two types: younger children & older children.  Children of any age are always part of worship & welcome!

Children's Ministry with Anita – program every Sunday 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. More info at http://www.keystoneseattle.org/children-youth/

Sermons Available Online: If you missed a Sunday, were ​downstairs at Sunday School, or just want to hear a sermon again, you can listen to or download past sermons from our audio archive. Click HERE to listen, and please share. ​

NEXT WEEK

Sunday, August 25, 2019
Pastor Yuki Schwartz, preaching
Rev. Lauren Cannon
Rev. Rich Gamble, off 


Theme: Community Care
Scripture: Luke 13:10-17
Music Leader: Elliot Kraber
Accompaniment: Yigit Kolat

Reader: Jo
Usher: Sandie
Coffee: TBA
Children's Ministry (10 a.m.-12 p.m.): Anita

Upcoming Events
Every Tuesday through September 3 – Close the Camps Vigil
@ Seattle ICE headquarters
(1000 2nd Avenue, on the corner of 2nd and Spring in downtown Seattle)
Vigil lasts from noon to 2 p.m.; planning meeting begins at 2:15 p.m.
 
Friday, September 6 – Wallingford Meaningful Movies: The Human Element
@ Keystone UCC
Doors Open at 6:30 p.m., movie starts at 7 p.m.

Sunday, September 8 – Ordination of Pastor Yuki Schwartz
@ Keystone UCC
Service begins at 5 p.m. All are invited to wear red to celebrate this day. A reception will follow.

Monday, September 9 – Deadline to comment on Proposed Tacoma LNG Project
Click here to submit a comment on Puget Sound Energy's plan to build a liquefied natural gas plant on the Tacoma Tide Flats.

Friday, September 20 – Youth Climate Strike Rally
@ Seattle City Hall, 600 4th Ave.
Rally begins at noon.

Monday, September 23 – Deadline to comment on federal proposal to end SNAP benefits for 3 million people
Click here to submit a comment on the US government's proposal to reformulate the federal poverty level that would end SNAP benefits to working families, children, and senior citizens.
 
** See below for details on these and other events related to life in our community **

Advocate for Your Neighbors

Speak up for Treaty Rights and Clean Air  Puget Sound Energy is planning to build a liquefied natural gas plant on the Tacoma Tideflats, which is adjacent to Puyallup Tribal land and waters. The plant would store and distribute fracked gas in an operation that would affect the people being held at the NW Immigrant Detention Center, as well as homes and neighborhoods in the surrounding area. Puyallup Water Warriors have been praying and fasting to protest the plant. You can join them in their resistance by submitting a comment on the Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, and also by speaking out to your neighbors and contacts on social media, using the hashtags #Pray4LifeGivers and #NoLNG253. You can also watch Earth Ministry's Web site for more action ideas and for more information. Comment deadline is September 9. 

Federal: SNAP Rule Changes  The Trump administration is working to end SNAP benefits for three million people by restricting eligibility for people earning over 130% of the federal poverty level and preventing states from automatically enrolling residents who receive other benefits. As with other proposed rule changes, we have 60 days to provide comments against this proposal, and each comment must be unique. You can submit a comment at regulations.gov, indicating how this policy would cause more hunger in our communities, especially for working families, children, and senior citizens. Deadline for comments is September 23.
ProtectImmigrants.org is organizing regular vigils at the Seattle ICE office and sending delegations to senators' offices to demand that the US close the migrant and refugee camps on the México-US border, and reunite the families torn apart by US policies. The vigils will take place every Tuesday through September 3, from noon to 2 p.m. at the downtown ICE office, 1000 2nd Avenue, on the corner of 2nd and Spring. Participants are invited to take part in planning meetings at 2:15 p.m. to help support and grow the vigil, as well as plan future direct actions. Go to protectimmigrants.org for updates, and add your presence and your voice to demand that our elected officials close these camps. 


Film: The Human Element

(1 hour, 18 minutes; Mathew Testa, 2018)
Friday, September 6; Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; movie starts at  7 p.m.

@ Keystone UCC (downstairs in Battson Hall)

Earth, Air, Water, Fire: The mythical elements of nature are seen interacting with the Human element in this film. Photographer James Balog focuses his lens on the complex relationship between humans and nature and challenges us to contemplate our place in, and responsibility to, the natural world.
“The Human Element” features subjects who are often overlooked victims of climate change. Balog visits Tangier Island, a fishing community facing the imminent reality of sea level rise threatening their future. We meet Yadira Sanchez and her three children in Denver, all of whom suffer from asthma and attend a special school for children struggling with air. Balog embeds with a Cal Fire strike team on the front lines of the most expensive wildfire in California history. He ventures into Kentucky coal country, meeting unemployed miners finding hope from a new source. Balog argues that humans are part of the whole system of nature and not apart from it. Knowing this, he finds great hope that the fifth element, the human element, can bring the whole system back into balance.
The photography in this film is visually stunning, the human elements are feelingly brought forward, and the issue is the compelling current existential issue of our planet.
Official trailerhttps://youtu.be/k34FhplukXQ
 
** All events are Open to the Public. Admission is by Donation **

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Save the Date: Pastor Yuki's Ordination is Sept. 8


Come join Yuki in celebrating her ordination to ministry in the United Church of Christ! The service will be at 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 8, here at Keystone, followed by a reception of cake, snacks, and coffee. Yuki is inviting everyone attending to wear red as a sign of the Spirit's presence among us on this day!

Week of Climate Action Starts Sept. 20

Young climate activists around the world have been walking out of their schools to protest global inaction on climate change and organizing for change in their neighborhoods. On September 20, you can join them for week of strikes and actions, which kick off in Seattle with a Youth Climate Strike Rally at noon at City Hall, 600 4th Ave. 350.org has a list of ways that you can support them. They've also published a free Climate Resistance Handbook that has more ideas on ways you can organize for climate action.  
Calendar-at-a-Glance

Important Dates
August 19: Rev. Lauren returns from sabbatical
September 6: Meaningful Movies Wallingford: The Human Element
September 8: Pastor Yuki's ordination
September 20: Week of climate action begins
October 1 - November 5: Rev. Rich's sabbatical
October 18-19: PNW Conference Fall Gathering
 

 

Levi Penick - 8/23
Jim Little - 8/26

Grant Davis - 8/27

Steve Bauck - 8/28
Elliot Kraber - 8/29
 

Here's wishing each of them the happiest of birthdays, from all of us at Keystone UCC!
 
Keep an eye out here for upcoming Keystone Birthdays!

Reaching Keystone UCC Pastoral Staff:


Reach us at your Keystone church office: (206) 632-6021.  This phone is also checked remotely since all staff serve part-time.

Pastor Rich is available Tuesday to Thursday mornings and Friday evenings, and holds additional office times on Saturdays and Sundays.  (Monday is Sabbath.)  Not all of these times will Rich be in the church office. If you want to see him, it is best to make an appointment. Email him at keystone5019@gmail.com.

Pastor Lauren (after she returns from sabbatical on August 19) is available Monday-Friday mornings (and during evening classes) and Sundays (Sabbath = Saturdays). Email to make a meeting time: lauren.cannon@keystoneseattle.org 

Pastor Yuki is at church two Sundays a month and is available to meet by appointment (Sabbath = Fridays). Email her at yuki.schwartz@keystoneseattle.org.
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Thursday, August 8, 2019

Update: Barb Anderson Preaches on Sunday, August 1


Keystone News Update
  • This Sunday, August 11th Barbara Anderson will preach. Barb has spent the last year in the Justice Leadership Jubilee program working with the Seattle King County Coalition on Homelessness.
  • Pastor Rich participated in a vigil in defense of immigrants and refugees on Tuesday and visited a Nickelsville tiny house village on Wednesday. If you are interested in ongoing vigils or the work of Nickelsville talk to Rich on Sunday.
  • And check out a Real Change newspaper this week. Pastor Rich has an opinion piece there on the politics of homelessness.

Sunday, August 11, 2019
Barbara Anderson, preaching
Pastor Yuki Schwartz, Pastor Rich Gamble
Rev. Lauren Cannon, on sabbatical 


Music Leader: Elliot Kraber
Accompaniment: Yigit Kolat

Reader: Arlene
Usher: Elvina
Coffee: Marilyn
Children's Ministry (10 a.m.-12 p.m.): Anita

Friday, August 2, 2019

Advocate for Refugees and SNAP Recipients, Tuesday Vigils at Seattle ICE Offices, and More!


Join us for services
Worship Every Sunday – 10:30am
All Are Welcome!

Sunday, August 4, 2019
Rev. Rich Gamble, preaching
Pastor Yuki Schwartz
Rev. Lauren Cannon, on sabbatical


Theme: Sharing
Scripture: Luke 12:13-21
Music Leader: Elliot Kraber
Accompaniment: Yigit Kolat

Reader: Julia 
Usher: Rita

Coffee Hour: Barb
Children's Ministry (10 a.m.-12 p.m.): Anita

During Lauren's Sabbatical:  We sent Lauren off on 6/28 with our wishes for renewing sabbatical time, when Mike will also be on sabbatical, and Leo out of school.  They are heading to precious visits with grandparents & cousins in DC and New England.  Lauren will be reading deeply, & doing some Ashtanga yoga & Spanish classes.  Back August 19.

Reaching our pastors & lay leaders:
Rev. Rich:  keystone5019@gmail.com
Pastor Yuki:  yuki.schwartz@keystoneseattle.org
Barb Anderson:  gepreston@msn.com

Families: Pick up Children's Activity pages & crayons on the welcome table every week as you come in to worship (based on the scripture of the day.)  There are two types: younger children & older children.  Children of any age are always part of worship & welcome!

Children's Ministry with Anita – program every Sunday 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. More info at http://www.keystoneseattle.org/children-youth/

Sermons Available Online: If you missed a Sunday, were ​downstairs at Sunday School, or just want to hear a sermon again, you can listen to or download past sermons from our audio archive. Click HERE to listen, and please share. ​

NEXT WEEK

Sunday, August 11, 2019
Rev. Rich Gamble, preaching
Pastor Yuki Schwartz
Rev. Lauren Cannon, on sabbatical 


Music Leader: Elliot Kraber
Accompaniment: Yigit Kolat

Reader: Arlene
Usher: Elvina
Coffee: Marilyn
Children's Ministry (10 a.m.-12 p.m.): Anita

Upcoming Events
TONIGHT: Friday, August 2 – Wallingford Meaningful Movies:
Reversing Roe

@ Keystone UCC
Doors Open at 6:30 p.m., movie starts at 7 p.m.

Every Tuesday through September 3 – Close the Camps Vigil
@ Seattle ICE headquarters
(1000 2nd Avenue, on the corner of 2nd and Spring in downtown Seattle)
Vigil lasts from noon to 2 p.m.; planning meeting begins at 2:15 p.m.

Monday, August 12 – Deadline to comment on US proposal to cut refugee admissions
Click here to sign this petition by the National Council of Churches and Church World Service to call on the government to reject this proposal.

Monday, September 23 – Deadline to comment on federal proposal to end SNAP benefits for 3 million people
Click here to submit a comment on the US government's proposal to reformulate the federal poverty level that would end SNAP benefits to working families, children, and senior citizens.

** See below for details on these and other events related to life in our community **

Advocate for Your Neighbors!

Cutting refugee admittance in 2020 - The Trump Administration is considering slashing refugee admissions to zero in 2020. The National Council of Churches and Church World Service have issued a letter that faith leaders and organizations can sign onto calling for the government to reject this proposal and accept 95,000 refugees instead. Click here to sign as a member of Keystone UCC, and share with others in your email and social media networks. Signatures are due by Monday, August 12.

Federal: SNAP Rule Changes - The Trump administration is working to end SNAP benefits for three million people by restricting eligibility for people earning over 130% of the federal poverty level and preventing states from automatically enrolling residents who receive other benefits. As with other proposed rule changes, we have 60 days to provide comments against this proposal, and each comment must be unique. You can submit a comment at regulations.gov, indicating how this policy would cause more hunger in our communities, especially for working families, children, and senior citizens. Deadline for comments is September 23.
ProtectImmigrants.org is organizing regular vigils at the Seattle ICE office and sending delegations to senators' offices to demand that the US close the migrant and refugee camps on the México-US border, and reunite the families torn apart by US policies. The vigils will take place every Tuesday through September 3, from noon to 2 p.m. at the downtown ICE office, 1000 2nd Avenue, on the corner of 2nd and Spring. Participants are invited to take part in planning meetings at 2:15 p.m. to help support and grow the vigil, as well as plan future direct actions. Go to protectimmigrants.org for updates, and add your presence and your voice to demand that our elected officials close these camps. 

Save the Date: Pastor Yuki's Ordination is Sept. 8


Come join Yuki in celebrating her ordination for ministry in the United Church of Christ! The service will be at 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 8, here at Keystone. Stay tuned for more details. 


Film: REVERSING ROE

(1 hour, 39 minutes; Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern, 2016)
Friday, August 2; Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; movie starts at  7 p.m.

@ Keystone UCC (downstairs in Battson Hall)

Forty-five years after it revolutionized abortion law in America, the landmark 1973 US Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade is once again at a crossroads. In their timely new documentary “Reversing Roe,” filmmakers Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg present a deeply illuminating look of the state of abortion and women’s rights in America. The film offers candid and riveting interviews with key figures from both sides of the divide, among them doctors Colleen McNicholas and Curtis Boyd; feminist icon Gloria Steinem; Operation Rescue president Troy Newman; and National Right to Life president Carol Tobias.
Intense and unflinching in its commitment to telling the whole story, “Reversing Roe” provides a gripping look at what’s happening on the ground in 2018. Drawing from a wealth of historical footage, it charts the period leading up to the Roe decision—and documents the opposition that has followed ever since.
Regardless of where you stand on the issue of abortion, “Reversing Roe” is essential viewing to understand how the country got here—and where it may be going.
Official trailer: https://www.netflix.com/title/80192834
 
** All events are Open to the Public. Admission is by Donation **

We help communities organize, educate, advocate & build community around social justice documentary film and conversation.
Calendar-at-a-Glance

Important Dates
August 20: Rev. Lauren returns from sabbatical
September 8: Ordination for Pastor Yuki Schwartz
 

 

Quinn O'Neill - 8/1

Andrew Chang - 8/9

Kaaren Mills - 8/10
Levi Penick - 8/23
Jim Little - 8/26

Grant Davis - 8/27

Steve Bauck - 8/28
Elliot Kraber - 8/29
 

Here's wishing each of them the happiest of birthdays, from all of us at Keystone UCC!
 
Keep an eye out here for upcoming Keystone Birthdays!

Reaching Keystone UCC Pastoral Staff:


Reach us at your Keystone church office: (206) 632-6021.  This phone is also checked remotely since all staff serve part-time.

Pastor Rich is available Tuesday to Thursday mornings and Friday evenings, and holds additional office times on Saturdays and Sundays.  (Monday is Sabbath.)  Not all of these times will Rich be in the church office. If you want to see him, it is best to make an appointment. Email him at keystone5019@gmail.com.

Pastor Lauren is on sabbatical until August 19.

Pastor Yuki is at church two Sundays a month and is available to meet by appointment. Email her at yuki.schwartz@keystoneseattle.org.
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LIKE Keystone UCC on Facebook
Click here to read our Keystone blog at "Latest News" on our website
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Friday, July 26, 2019

UCC Endorses Green New Deal, Movies That Make a Difference, and More!

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Join us for services
Worship Every Sunday – 10:30am
All Are Welcome!

Sunday, July 21, 2019
Rev. Rich Gamble, preaching
Pastor Yuki Schwartz, off
Rev. Lauren Cannon, on sabbatical


Theme: Discipleship
Scripture: Amos 8:1-12
Music Leader: Elliot Kraber
Accompaniment: Yigit Kolat

Reader: Eliza 
Usher: John

Coffee Hour: The O'Neills
Children's Ministry (10 a.m.-12 p.m.): Anita

During Lauren's Sabbatical:  We sent Lauren off on 6/28 with our wishes for renewing sabbatical time, when Mike will also be on sabbatical, and Leo out of school.  They are heading to precious visits with grandparents & cousins in DC and New England.  Lauren will be reading deeply, & doing some Ashtanga yoga & Spanish classes.  Back August 19.

Reaching our pastors & lay leaders:
Rev. Rich:  keystone5019@gmail.com
Pastor Yuki:  yuki.schwartz@keystoneseattle.org
Barb Anderson:  gepreston@msn.com

Families: Pick up Children's Activity pages & crayons on the welcome table every week as you come in to worship (based on the scripture of the day.)  There are two types: younger children & older children.  Children of any age are always part of worship & welcome!

Children's Ministry with Anita – program every Sunday 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. More info at http://www.keystoneseattle.org/children-youth/

Sermons Available Online: If you missed a Sunday, were ​downstairs at Sunday School, or just want to hear a sermon again, JLP Intern, ​Danielle Walker, maintains and updates our ​online audio archive​ where you can listen to or download past sermons. Click HERE to listen, and please share. ​Thank you, Danielle!

NEXT WEEK

Sunday, July 28, 2019
Pastor Yuki Schwartz, preaching
Rev. Rich Gamble, off
Rev. Lauren Cannon, on sabbatical 


Theme: TBA
Scripture: Luke 10:38-42
Music Leader: Elliot Kraber
Accompaniment: Yigit Kolat

Reader: Dan
Usher: Betty
Coffee: Margaret and Nell
Children's Ministry (10 a.m.-12 p.m.): Anita

UCC General Synod Backs Green New Deal 


At its national meeting June 21-25, 2019, in Milwaukee, the United Church of Christ General Synod endorsed the Green New Deal, a comprehensive congressional plan to tackle climate change. The UCC was the first national Christian body to sign on to the plan, which was sponsored in the U.S. House of Representatives by New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

The Pacific Northwest Conference of the UCC voted at its annual meeting in April to support this resolution for inclusion at Synod. Keystone members who attended the PNW meeting voted for the conference to endorse this resolution.

You can read more about the Green New Deal and the UCC's support of this historic resolution by clicking here

Save the Date: Pastor Yuki's Ordination is Sept. 8


Come join Yuki in celebrating her ordination for ministry in the United Church of Christ! The service will be at 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 8, here at Keystone. Stay tuned for more details. 
Upcoming Events
Tuesday, July 23 – Moms Demand Action Movie Night and Social,
Movie: Charm City

@ Keystone UCC
Doors open at 6:30 p.m., movie starts at 7 p.m.

Friday, August 2 – Wallingford Meaningful Movies:
Reversing Roe

@ Keystone UCC
Doors Open at 6:30 p.m., movie starts at 7 p.m.
** See below for details on these and other events related to life in our community **

North Seattle Local Group of Moms Demand Action Movie Night and Social

All Local Gun Violence Prevention Groups Welcome


When: 6:30 to 9 p.m., Tuesday, July 23, 2019. Doors open and social time begins at 6:30 p.m. Movie begins at 7 p.m., followed by discussion.
Where: @ Keystone UCC (downstairs in Battson Hall)

Movie: “Charm City” delivers a candid portrait of citizens, police, community advocates and government officials on the frontlines during three years of unparalleled, escalating violence in Baltimore. Watch the trailer at  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWDgi8nmYzo


Film: REVERSING ROE

(1 hour, 39 minutes; Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern, 2016)
Friday, August 2; Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; movie starts at  7 p.m.

@ Keystone UCC (downstairs in Battson Hall)

Forty-five years after it revolutionized abortion law in America, the landmark 1973 US Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade is once again at a crossroads. In their timely new documentary “Reversing Roe,” filmmakers Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg present a deeply illuminating look of the state of abortion and women’s rights in America. The film offers candid and riveting interviews with key figures from both sides of the divide, among them doctors Colleen McNicholas and Curtis Boyd; feminist icon Gloria Steinem; Operation Rescue president Troy Newman; and National Right to Life president Carol Tobias.
Intense and unflinching in its commitment to telling the whole story, “Reversing Roe” provides a gripping look at what’s happening on the ground in 2018. Drawing from a wealth of historical footage, it charts the period leading up to the Roe decision—and documents the opposition that has followed ever since.
Regardless of where you stand on the issue of abortion, “Reversing Roe” is essential viewing to understand how the country got here—and where it may be going.
Official trailerhttps://www.netflix.com/title/80192834
 
** All events are Open to the Public. Admission is by Donation **

We help communities organize, educate, advocate & build community around social justice documentary film and conversation.
Calendar-at-a-Glance

Important Dates
July 28: Last Sunday for JLP interns at their UCC churches.
September 8: Ordination for Pastor Yuki Schwartz
 

 

Alex Hamling - 7/26
Bri Little - 7/28
Archer Penick - 7/29

Catherine Sullivan - 7/29

 
Here's wishing each of them the happiest of birthdays, from all of us at Keystone UCC!
 
Keep an eye out here for upcoming Keystone Birthdays!

Reaching Keystone UCC Pastoral Staff & JLP Interns:


Reach us at your Keystone church office: (206) 632-6021.  This phone is also checked remotely since all staff and interns serve part-time.

Pastor Rich is available Tuesday to Thursday mornings and Friday evenings, and holds additional office times on Saturdays and Sundays.  (Monday is Sabbath.)  Not all of these times will Rich be in the church office. If you want to see him, it is best to make an appointment. Email him at keystone5019@gmail.com.

Pastor Lauren is on sabbatical until August 19.

Pastor Yuki is at church two Sundays a month and is available to meet by appointment. Email her at yuki.schwartz@keystoneseattle.org.
Click here for: Justice Leadership Program- UCC
LIKE Keystone UCC on Facebook
Click here to read our Keystone blog at "Latest News" on our website
Click here to bounce to Keystone UCC website
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To submit content for inclusion, email yuki.schwartz@keystoneseattle.org, with "KWN" in the Subject line.  All content must be received no later than Thursdays at Noon, for inclusion the next day's newsletter.
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