Sunday Service Video September 24th, 2017—“Umoja—Unity”—Here is the link and players to three sermons from the 09-24-2017 service titled “Umoja—Unity.” The three speakers are Umoja members Doris Hill, Pat Forest, and Evelyn Reinhold. Each spoke about their experiences in the Umoja study group at the Seattle Unity Spiritual Community.
Umoja (oo-MOE-jah) means “Unity” in Swahili.
UMOJA—The First Principle of Kwanzaa means: “To strive for and maintain unity in the family, community and the race.”
At Seattle Unity, Umoja is an Afro-centric Study Group that is thought-provoking, inspirational, supportive and inclusive.
Umoja meets on the 2nd Thursday of the month.
Our Annual Kwanzaa celebration will be held on December13th, 2017 at Seattle Unity.
Doris Hill Sermon “Umoja—Unity”—Part One (Audio-only due to technical glitch)
Pat Forest Sermon “Umoja—Unity”—Part Two
Evelyn Reingold Sermon “Umoja—Unity”—Part Three
https://seattleunity.org—Umoja members Doris Hill, Pat Forest and Evelyn Reingold presents the first part of the “Umoja Unity” sermon for our Seattle Unity Spiritual Community.
A prayer related to this sermon:
Native African Prayer
Almighty God, the Great Thumb
we cannot evade to tie any know;
the Roaring Thunder that splits mighty trees;
the all-seeing Lord up on high who sees even the footprints
of an entelope on a rock mass here on Earth.
You are the one who does not hesitate to respond to our call.
You are the cornerstone of peace.