“Any time you step out and break through that limitation, you break it for others as well.”
In honor of today’s annual congregational meeting, Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig takes a quick look back at Unity basics and Unity founding history. What makes Unity unique and different from other traditions? She describes Unity as a tradition of breaking through the shell of previous ideas, and she draws parallels with the traditions responsible for this week’s spectacular Mars Rover landing. Seattle Unity’s current building project is another great example of innovation built on a tradition and long term commitment of many people, not just one or two key innovators.
Johnnie Woods offers a reading from founder Chares Fillmore’s Keeping a True Lent.
Our Worship Arts includes special guests sisters Sarah and Be Russell.
Check out the full service video here.
Take advantage of all the ways we can stay connected during this time, including after-service fellowship, Daily Prayer Boosts, and Wednesday evening prayer services. And as always, see our Facebook page or our Instagram for more, including quotes from our lesson notes, readings, and more.
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