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.
Hosts annual retreats
Led by Elaine Roe, it’s a creative and supportive place for all writers and wanna-be writers.
In-person meetings are temporarily postponed, but meetings are usually on the third Sunday of the month after the Service in the Main Space at Metropolist.
Each month Erin will host a one-hour Worship Arts Design meeting, where any and all Seattle Unity attendees are invited to gather and help design our upcoming worship services.
In-person meetings are temporarily postponed, but meetings are usually on the last Sunday of every month.
A lively “Ennials” brunch after service. Socialize & eat with other Unity congregants who share Generation X, Y, and Z perspectives. Facilitated by Ayn Sandalo Dietrich
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.