Children’s Church – The Great Decision

 Even though we know the light is within us, we don’t always understand how to keep it bright and shining. The intention of this lesson is to know that keeping our light shining bright is our choice and we must be willing to let go of what covers it up. We are not here…

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Children’s Church – The Great Discovery

  Sometimes we allow our life experiences, our thoughts and feelings, to cover up our magnificent inner light.  We can forget that it is always there, no matter what occurs in our lives. The greatest discovery we can make is that the light of God is within us no matter the experiences we may encounter. When…

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Worship Arts Blog

Casey’s Eye on the City If you’re lucky enough to see his posts on Facebook, you already know Casey Longacre as a sort of philosopher/photographer. He gave me permission to post some samples of his city walks during this strange time, simultaneously his retirement, springtime, and COVID-19.   March 4th “The light bounced off the…

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Worship Arts Blog

Annie’s Mask Project Annie Christensen was on staff for Seattle Unity for many years, and currently co-leads the Intuition Circle.  She’s a multi-modal artist, and you may have seen her knitting prayer shawls during Sunday services in recent times.  I asked her if she had any knitting projects going during this Covid-19 time. Hi Erin,…

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Worship Arts Blog

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Mitch Learns a Tech Thing Covid-19 challenges all of us to learn new things and leap over new hurdles. It’s rarely easy, but we can support each other as we each negotiate these obstacles.  Here’s Mitch’s story. Hi Erin, One of the things I learned this week was how to create a ZOOM webinar (video).…

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May 2020 Seattle Unity Newsletter

– IN THIS ISSUE – May Services & Survey, A Letter from Rev. Karen, A Letter from Your Board, Outreach Update, Earthcare Update, New Worship Arts Blog, New Building News, News from Youth & Family, Prayer Support & Daily Word, GiveBig May 5! Read More

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Sunday Service Podcast May 17th – Unexpected Good

“It’s almost as if … in Tarot, we’ve all been dealt the Tower… the destruction of the tower means that things must happen in order to clear out the old ways and welcome something new.” This Sunday Rev. Karen Lindvig teaches us how to acknowledge present pain, even while looking with determined optimism toward building…

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Sunday Service Podcast May 24th – Twist of Perception

“A twist in perception can change what we see, and how we feel, in a single moment.” This time, Sunday Rev. Karen Lindvig looks at how our world shifts as we allow our perception to shift.   She weaves material from myth, personal life, the works of Jean Houston and others. Karen’s talk begins at 12:20.…

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Sunday Service Podcast May 3rd – Mayday

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“This quarantine has given us the opportunity to step back from our lives in a way that we never could have done before… to ask ourselves: is it possible to begin to think differently?” Continuing our stay-at-home time, Rev. Karen uses two meanings of “Mayday”, the pagan springtime dance as well as the nautical distress…

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