Join us Wednesdays in September reading My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma & the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts & Bodies by Resmaa Menakem Wednesdays 7-8:30pm 9/2 – 9/30 facilitated by Robyn McKoy & Diane Robertson. Love Offering. Register Here for Book Group Series: My Grandmother’s Hands

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– IN THIS ISSUE – Upcoming Events Letter from Rev. Karen Umoja’s Anniversary Reopening Prayer Support August Class Series Last Class Series Summer Field Trips Men’s Group Save the Date: 9/20 Building Construction Kickoff Youth & Family Ways to Give Read More

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Bonnie’s Refrigerator Magnet Travelog I’ve known Bonnie Pasek as a multi-modal artist and crucial volunteer for anything and everything at the church that needs doing.  She’s smart, warm, creative, open to wonder, and a brilliant conversationalist — the perfect travel companion. Here’s just one of her Covid projects, which she’s been sharing on her Facebook…

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Chants On Demand During this time of social distancing, chanting together is one of the things I miss most.  A congregant recently asked about a particular meditative chant, Sa Ta Na Ma, which inspired me to post this page with a bunch of different meditative chant recordings from our archives. I encourage you to see…

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Meditations On Demand The Unity movement has a long tradition of meditation practice as a core spiritual tool. Currently, Seattle Unity congregant Laura Hebert leads an early Zoom meditation at 9. a.m. every Sunday.  If you’d like to access recordings of these meditations, like this one, she generously creates and posts these on our Seattle…

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“Are we looking through the glass, and looking for the horizon… or are we focusing on the spots on the window?” Guest speaker Don Barton joins us from Christ Church Unity in Orlando, Florida, bringing his Florida flavor, along with some lovely underscoring from the CCU staff pianist. Don looks at the Unity principle of…

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“So Abraham then, represents this call that we get, that says, hey, there’s more to this world than eating, drinking, and sleeping.  There’s more to this world than what I am currently experiencing.” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig explores that something more, which we access through our spiritual practices. When we forget our practice we…

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“I’m wondering if it’s that we’ve stepped out of clock time.  Not totally, not a hundred percent, but in many ways we have stepped out of clock time.” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig examines how the concept of time has changed due to the virus.  She weaves in historical contexts like The Spanish Flu, as…

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“In the garden of our lives, we might ask, what IS it that we actually planted? Did we plant good things?” Seattle Unity welcomes first time guest speaker Rev. Judith Laxer. Judith is the founding priestess of Gaia’s Temple, an inclusive, earth-based ministry in Seattle, about to celebrate 20 years of service next month. She…

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