Credo of Carolyn Burton

I’m not sure when I realized that there was something missing from my life, but I do know that when I was ten or eleven, I decided that I was compelled to go to church.  I grew up in a suburb of London, England, so the church was Church of England, (Episcopalian).  My father grew…

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Youth & Family Ministry Update

  Summer is coming. That means Unity events your kiddos and their friends could jump into with other Unity kiddos around the region! Check into the sign-up / costs / scholarships as follows: 6/30-7/3  Kids Camp (Ages 7-11; Grades 1-5) Camp Cedar Ridge, Vernonia, OR. 7/28-8/2  UniTeens UniTreat (Ages 11-14; Grades 6-8) Camp Cedar Ridge,…

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Intuition Circle: Invisibles & Soul Growth

Intuition Circle: Invisibles & Soul Growth   Last month we found that many of us have become aware of entities, beings, that others around us do not perceive.  Whether these are angels, spirit guides, ghosts, or other, we are interested in what role these invisibles have played in your soul growth.   We will also cover…

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Gratitude from your Seattle Unity Engagement Team

Gratitude from your Seattle Unity Engagement Team   We are so grateful for the fantastic response to our community-wide engagement survey, which ran throughout March. Sixty-four attendees completed the survey, covering a range of topics including preferred formats for worship services, classes and workshops and/or special events. In addition to your responses, helping to prioritize…

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DeCycles Visit: Youth Group Cycling the Coast!

DeCycles Visit: Youth Group Cycling the Coast! Seattle Unity is excited to once again host the deCycles, who are leaving from Seattle on June 19th for a 1500 mile bicycle ride along the west coast to Los Angeles! Seattle Unity provided a place for the deCycles to stay overnight in 2000, 2006, and 2010, as you…

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Writing In Community: Even When We Get Stuck…

Our little writing room was packed full with 11 writers in attendance. As always, anyone is free to write about anything they want, but I suggest a topic and, more of than not, that’s what most people go with. This month, the topic I suggested was “Write about a place.” Perhaps the most interesting thing…

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Regional Youth Events Calendar

Hello parents, grandparents, and families!  The 2024-2025 youth calendar for Unity NW Region is out and there are events for all ages, including:. Kids Camp: 7-11 (grades 1-5) Unitreat: 11-14 (grades 6-8) YOU: 14-18 (grades 9-12) Youth that have attended Unity regional events have shared how much these events have meant to them, to have…

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Engagement Team Survey – Three Minutes!

  We enjoyed hearing your great ideas for making the Seattle Unity community bigger, better, and stronger at  our Engagement team community conversations last Fall. To put all those terrific ideas into action, we need to increase community member involvement, and build capacity to initiate new programs and projects! That’s why we’re asking for just three…

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Women’s Group Paint Pouring Photos!

As you may know, the Women’s Group had a paint-pouring activity during their last meeting on February 25th, led by the fabulous Jen Bolles, whose art is featured in our building.  Here is (some of) the Women’s Group and their pieces!   Here’s a detail collage of their collected works:     Note: We tried…

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SLU Denny Park Engagement 

Hey neighbors! Big news for our little slice of Seattle; SLU parks – including our own Denny Park – are about to get the love and attention they truly deserve! With a wonderful opportunity to use a chunk of funding starting in 2025, we’ve got the chance to make these spots the heart and soul…

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Garden Party Resumes… & Needs Tools!

    The Garden Party has resumed & will continue taking care of Seattle Unity grounds! We are currently restocking our supply of tools. If you are downsizing or have extra tools that are solid and in good working order, we are accepting donations prior to making purchases. If you would like to donate your…

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