Social Justice

Current Programs

Split Plate

Once a month, half of the Sunday morning offering is donated to a charity designated by the committee. 

We also continue to seek out partnerships with other groups doing social justice work and serving under-represented populations.

Contact: Gabriele Bartholomew or Dave Speights


Marysville Community Lunch
Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 1:00pm in Beaman Hall


The mission of Marysville Community Lunch is to promote equality, respect, and general well-being for all members of our community by providing dependable access to food and positive human fellowship to any who will come.


Marysville Community Lunch, MCL, provides three meals a week for homeless and other food-insecure people in Snohomish County. Evergreen hosts the lunches by opening our doors and welcoming our neighbors.  Mt. View Presbyterian Church and other community members provide the food and other items as needed.

Contact: Alonna Chatburn

Cold Weather Shelter

We support an offsite Cold Weather Shelter which opens up to the homeless when temperatures drop below freezing for four consecutive hours.  We need more hosts to manage the shelter when it is open.

Contact: Alonna Chatburn


Marysville Community Food Bank

Evergreen accepts regular donations to the Marysville Community Food Bank throughout the year.


Volunteers are always needed!  Members of Evergreen have played important roles in the food bank, including sitting on their board.

Marysville Community Food Bank Location:

4150 - 88th Street NE, Marysville, WA, 98270



Associated Organizations

Northwest Unitarian Universalist Justice Network

NW UU Justice Network is a network of local Unitarian Universalist Social Action Committees and members committed to working for social, economic and environmental justice.  The Network convenes a summit each year to share information and strategies.

Contact: Dave Speights 

Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, UUSC, is the fundraising and social action management arm of the denomination. 


They work for long-term solutions to human rights and social justice issues through partnerships with grassroots, community based organizations in a wide variety of locations worldwide. 


In the Fall of 2012, our Fellowship received the James Luther Adams Award for our support of UUSC’s mission to advance human rights and social justice around the world.

Washington State UU Voices for Justice

WA State UU Voices is a voice for Unitarian Universalist values operation within the Washington State political environment.  Their mission is to seek to empower

Unitarian Universalists in Washington State to give voice to our values in the political arena. 

Contact: Dave Speights

Interfaith Association of Northwest Washington

Interfaith provides services to families experiencing poverty and homelessness. This includes: secure housing, skill developments to foster independence from social and government assistance, a pathway to permanent housing .