December 2020   Dear Friend in Unity: Congratulations!  You made it to the end of 2020!  This has been a year of isolation, loss, turmoil and change.  Who knew that “You’re on mute!” would become a common catchphrase? Just as we have had to learn to go school and work online, so have we been…

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Every month Seattle Unity donates to the following organizations as part of our Outreach: Mary’s Place, Youthcare, Compass Housing. This holiday season we will also Outreach for Northwest Harvest. Following, Inez Lindsey introduces this Outreach to the community: … This year the Lights are drawing us closer together to celebrate and embrace the Divine power…

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– IN THIS ISSUE – Upcoming Events Letter from Rev. Karen Annual Meeting Class Series: Life After Death Poetry for Wellness New Members NW Harvest Gift Building News Updates Midday Meditation & Prayer Prayer Support Ways to Give Youth & Family Daily Word Board & Staff Click here to read the full Newsletter.  

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– IN THIS ISSUE – Upcoming Events & Holiday Services  Letter from Rev. Karen Solstice Vigil Invitation Rev. Karen’s 30th Anniversary Chaplain Recognition Building Kickoff Reflection Midday Meditation & Prayer Prayer Support Reflection on Goddess Retreat Tis the Season Ways to Give Youth & Family Daily Word Board & Staff Breeze: Our Online Directory Click here…

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“The word solstice, in latin, means ‘sun set still.’  I believe that ‘sun set still’ is also a reminder for us to be Soul still.” On this Fourth Sunday in Advent, Rev. Karen draws on one of her superpowers:  astrology.  As we prepare for the The Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn on this year’s…

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“The more clearly we see the reality of the world, the better equipped we are to deal with the world. We have some big issues that we need to face.” Rev. Karen uses this third Sunday in Advent to explore both truth and Truth. While (big ‘t’) Truth is eternal, small ‘t’ truth is shifting,…

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“It may feel we end back at a place where we began. We learn something, and then we’re called, with the same pattern, to learn it again at a deeper level.” Rev. Karen uses this second Sunday in Advent to explore the idea of repeated lessons.  This is how we can come back over and…

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“Hope to me is that idea of transcending and reaching beyond our human experiences… to me hope is Spiritual Vision.” In this First Sunday of Advent, Associate Minister Diane Robertson helps us to identify hope, to cultivate our ability to see it even when we don’t feel it. How do we heal, as a nation,…

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