Want to connect more deeply with others in your community? Classes and Spirit Groups are a couple of the best ways to do that. What are Spirit Groups? They are small groups that meet once a month or more frequently. There may be a book study, field trip, or conversation about a particular topic.
At Seattle Unity we actively practice our individual spirituality in community.
This allows our focus to broaden and to deepen, as we see ourselves reflected in others and learn from these interactions.
Director Erin McGaughan welcomes congregants’ creative participation in the worship services and videos, as well as a Worship Arts blog. If you have ideas or would like to participate in the creative content, contact ErinM@seattleunity.org.
Youth & Family
To find out about Family fun, join us for Children's Church, and get info for different age groups, visit our Youth & Family Ministry page.
Learning, teaching and living earth care principles while celebrating our spiritual practices.
In-person meetings are temporarily postponed, but we meet the first Sunday of the month after the Service in the Main Space at Metropolist.
Prayer Shawl Team
Meets 4th Sundays; is welcoming of all ages and experience levels of knitters and crocheters. We weave love in the shawls we create for our community.
Writer's Circle meets on the 3rd Sundays of each month at 11:30am. Zoom invites will be sent to regular attendees. If you are interested in joining, please email Elaine at laneyroe at hotmail dot com to be added. Elaine will hold creative space for working on projects along with some enjoyable interaction.
Umoja Study Group
Umoja is a study group embracing diversity and love within Seattle Unity and the wider community. The group explores books and materials from various sources and coordinates activities that contribute to an inclusive community. Through Fellowship and support, group members seek to move theory to practice in their quest to deepen their spiritual journeys.
Umoja now meets via Zoom on 2nd Thursdays, and is just starting reading a new book together, The Healing Wisdom of Africa, by Malidoma Patrice Somé.
An invitation to join from Gail Crumpton: