Events

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Michelle Collins

June 25, 11 a.m.:  Saying Goodbye to Rev. Michelle

It is time for to say good bye to Michelle Collins who for the past 2 years has been the bridge between Heather and our incoming assistant minister, Katie. She provided so much to all that she has touched with her vision, energy, groundedness, and organizational skills. She will be missed. On Sunday, June 25, Michelle will be doing her last service at Cedar Lane before she moves on to her new church and life in Lewes, Delaware. There will be a reception after the service to celebrate her time with us and to say farewell. Please join us to say thank you to Michelle for all that she has done.


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July 1:  Mazin Qumsiyeh at Cedar Lane

Palestine Nature and Peace Studies with Mazin Qumsiyeh, Bethlehem University, July 1, 4 p.m. What are the plants and animals of the Holy Land? What environmental threats face them? What does a Palestinian Christian have to say about conflict resolution, Islam, and Islamophobia?


Fire pite

July 8, 6 p.m.: Fireflies & firepit await you!

Please join fellow Cedar Laners at our Gaithersburg home for a delicious farm-fresh backyard BBQ on Saturday, July 8, at 6 p.m. Swimming, backyard lawn games and star gazing are some of the extras at this fun annual event! $25 per guest. Contact the church to reserve your space today - auction@cedarlane.org. Proceeds will go towards the church auction. - Kate and Mark Simon


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Hosting Tibetan Monks in August

Cedar Lane is excited to be hosting seven Tibetan monks from the Drepung Loseling monastery mandala project August 23-27. We need volunteers to provide food and other logistics. Please contact Carole Rogentine crogentine@gmail.com  if you are available to help.


Border Trip 2016 to Arizona

October 8 - 14, 2017: Border Trip to Tuscon 

Join fellow congregants to walk the immigrant trails, visit detention centers and courtroom hearings, and meet with the people in the front lines of the struggle. Last year's pilgrimage had a ripple effect that transformed our community. This year, we're poised to take an even deeper dive into this critical issue.

Details: http://bit.ly/UUSJbordertrip17 

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