Archive for June 2021
Seattle Unity’s Diane Robertson on King 5 for Pride!
Seattle Unity’s own Associate Minister, Diane Robertson, was recently featured on King 5 (New Day Northwest) for her appearance on the Interfaith Panel of Seattle’s Pride Celebration! Diane talks about how Unity can support folx who are LGBTQx and looking for a spiritual home. Check out the King 5 interview here and get more…Read More
Interfaith Panel at Seattle’s Pride Celebration!
Seattle Unity is pleased to participate in this year’s Seattle Pride weekend via our own Associate Minister Diane Robertson, who will be a panelist on Pride’s Interfaith Panel as part of the virtual festivities. Interfaith Panel Sunday will be airing this Sun, June 27 at 12:00pm noon (PST) and the Live Q&A will follow directly after…Read More
Seattle Unity recognizes Juneteenth, “the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States.” –Juneteenth.com. More info about the holiday is located there, and also following. Unity Rev. Jackie Hawkins, senior minister of Unity of the Heartland in Kansas, talks about Unity’s role in Juneteenth. Read her article, “Why Celebrating Juneteenth…Read More
Seattle Unity June 2021 Newsletter
– IN THIS ISSUE – June Services Schedule Sign Up for In-Person Services! Letter from Rev. Karen Welcome: New Members Interfaith Panel at Pride A Note from the Board James Tierney Ordination Outreach for Compass Housing Building News Updates Thank You, Debbie Ward Community Walks & Hikes Youth & Family Hello from Karen R. Save…Read More
Sunday Service Podcast June 27th – Diversity in Unity
“So often, Unity gets equated with sameness… and it’s not. Unity is not about sameness.” Associate Minister Diane Robertson leads a vibrant Pride service, a fitting first Sunday for our series on The Alchemy of Compassion. Using stories from history, testimony from congregants, and revelations about her own personal journey, she addresses one of the…Read More
Sunday Service Podcast June 6th – Loving What I’m Becoming
“My spiritual journey at 80 is being aware of what I want to feel and choose…shifting my perspective to that of joy. My granddaughter, Quinn teaches me every day what spontaneous joy is, and the many, many ways to express it.” Rev. Karen invites congregant and chaplain Donna Hutchinson to share some thoughts about her…Read More