One service, lasting a bit over an hour, is offered at 10 am. Our worship services combine many different elements to feed one’s soul. We have outstanding, joy-filled music which opens the heart; a time of stillness to quiet the mind and body; and dynamic messages which both uplift and yet challenge us to make our lives, and thus our world, better. Our Sunday school is also at 10 am, and we bring our children into the Sanctuary at the end of our service as we bless them.
We hold a group meditation practice from 9 – 9:45 am each Sunday morning preceding the service.
On the Upcoming Services page, you can learn who is offering the Sunday lesson and who will be our musical guest for Sunday music.
What should I wear?
There’s no dress code at Seattle Unity Church. Please wear clothing you feel comfortable in. On any Sunday, you may see everything from jeans to kilts to turbans to business suits to dresses. And some pretty spectacular hats, on occasion, too!
Are children welcome?
If you and your child prefer, you are welcome to stay together at the services. Our balcony is an ideal place for more active children, if they wish to stay with you.
Where are you located?
We are just 2 blocks from Seattle Center, on the North side of Denny Park. We are located within walking distance of a number of bus routes, including 5, 8, 23, 26, 28, 56 & 358. Please see our Directions page for driving and busing directions. There is generally abundant parking on the street and in our parking lot, located immediately North of the church building.
On your first visit, we have a number of places and people to welcome you and help you feel comfortable. In the Lobby, as you walk in, there are friendly Ushers and Greeters. They will answer questions and guide you to where you want to be. Our Library hosts snacks and conversation after most services, where you can informally meet others.
Serendipity Gifts & Books at Seattle Unity is also a warm and friendly place. Browse, buy, or just stop in and enjoy the people, both those staffing the bookstore and your fellow browsers.
During the service we will invite you to stand so we can welcome you. We will give you a gift and welcome packet so that you can share your information with us and we can connect with you again.
After that initial “first time”, we have found two great ways to connect and meet other members of the community are through volunteering and at our ongoing groups. Much of our communion with each other happens informally, during these non-Sunday times and at the frequent events we hold.