Programs & Events at Seattle Unity
Sat Mar 2
Sun Mar 3
Guest speaker Michael Bogar, MDiv, ThM, MA
Sun Mar 3
Sun Mar 3
Sun Mar 10
Sun Mar 17
Sun Mar 17
Prayer Shawl Team (at the Volunteer Appreciation Brunch)
Sun Mar 24
The Heart of Prayer class series begins
Sun Feb 24
Tues Mar 26
Sat Mar 30
Sun Mar 31
Sun Apr 7
Apr 8 – 12
Spirit Groups & Service Teams meeting weekly
Spirit Groups & Service Teams meeting monthly or bi-monthly
Guru Gayatri Yoga & Meditation Center weekly class times
The Constant of Change
Last fall we hired a human resources consultant to assist us with looking at Seattle Unity’s current staffing needs, and with consideration of downsizing a couple years ago to eliminate the Finance Manager and Operations Director positions. After a lot of consideration of various options and prayerful thought, we have decided to eliminate the Communications Manager position and create a new Office Manager position. Annie has served in the Communications Manager position for nearly 11 years and has provided tremendous contributions to our Seattle Unity community. Her generosity, consistency, and dedication to this community has been invaluable. Her last day will be February 28th. We are going to have a celebration for her on March 31st and we hope you will join us that day to thank Annie for her service.
We are currently accepting applications for the Office Manager position. This new position will include responsibilities that were previously the Communication’s Manager position, as well as administrative tasks that Diane took over when Gail Winsauer and Jim Carroll left and their positions eliminated. This will allow Diane to focus more on ministry: pastoral care, classes, and small groups. She will continue to be the point person on staff for the new building project and provide financial management and oversight, but doing less of the day-to-day administrative tasks. Reflective of the role that Diane is currently serving we are changing her job title to Associate Minister. In the interim of hiring an Office Manager, Diane is the contact for small groups and any publicity needs.
Connecting in CommUnity
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There is a button on our website “Breeze membership”, on multiple pages, which will also take you there.
- Sunday March 3: Guest speaker Michael Bogar, MDiv, ThM, MA leads the service and our featured artists are our Home Team
- Sunday March 10: Rev. Karen Lindvig leads the service and our featured artist is John Coons
- Sunday March 17: Rev. Karen Lindvig leads the service and our featured artists are our Home Team
- Sunday March 24: Rev. Karen Lindvig leads the service and our featured artist is Michael Feldman
- Sunday March 31: Rev. Karen Lindvig leads the service and our featured artist will be announced
Looking to the Future
Earth Care Green Team
SHOWCASING CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION is a traveling modular display we hope to have for Easter Brunch alongside an “Be a First Responder to Climate Change” Infotable packed with options on how to find solutions in your home, community, and wider world. The display was created for University Congregation United Church of Christ and we’re the first on its tour of local churches.
At the Earth Care team’s monthly meeting set for March 3rd after the service, we will hear from Bill Viertel who will lead a discussion about the project and how we can make it most impactful at Seattle Unity.
This is US
Where We’ve Been Who We Are What We Dream
A call for quotes – whatever quote has meaning for your – please send to Didi at email@example.com.
Are you a calligrapher? Or perhaps just someone who has awesome handwriting? We’d LOVE for you to step forward to work on a cool art project with Didi and Mariah.
Find ALL the “This is US” posts: https://seattleunity.org/category/this-is-us/
Terry would love your assistance in a wide array of projects she’s working on.
(206) 622-8475 x 114 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Health Corner – Red Cabbage
Rich in several vitamins and minerals like iodine, calcium,
magnesium, potassium and iron, purple or red cabbage has many health benefits.
Lowers Cholesterol: Works with your digestive system to
remove cholesterol from the blood. It also reduces bad bacteria and promotes healthy bacteria in the stomach.
Healing starts in the gut!
Boosts the Immune System: Contains vitamin C, which is needed in order for our bodies to have strong immune systems. It stimulates the activity of white blood cells, forming the first line of defense for the immune system.
Combats Chronic Diseases: Helps reduce plaque in the brain that can lead to degenerative or chronic disorders – such as Alzheimer’s disease.
Improves Bone Strength: Contains vitamin K which helps to maintain bone calcium, thus reducing the risk of osteoporosis.
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