Seattle Unity Sunday Service – Fruits? What Is All the Fuss About Fruit?

Date and Time: Sunday, July 31, 2022 - 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Back in the day, God gave strict orders to Adam and Eve to leave that fruit alone. Yet God in her all knowingness must have known both Adam and Eve would at the very least take a bite. Let’s take a walk down Reminder Lane and ask what kind of fruit is very good for us and which is forbidden.

Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is knowing not to put tomatoes into a fruit salad. -Brian O’Driscoll
Before any fruit can be harvested the seed must be planted, the tree tended and flowers must come forth. And even then the fruit must be left to ripen. -MJB


10:00 AM Sunday Service

Thank you:
Guest Speaker: Rev. Michael Brooks
Associate Minister: Rev. Diane Robertson
Worship Arts: Alma Villegas, Erin McGaughan, David Loy, Olivia Hamilton, Inez Lindsey, Scott Meihn, Jennifer Bolles
Technical Audio:  Nick Charlton
Technical Livestream: Ben Schauland
Prayer Chaplains (In-Person): Colleen Hart
Prayer Chaplains (Online): Melissa Mager, Louis Mason


Bio: Rev. Michael is an ordained Unity Minister since 2007 who comes from a diverse background. He was raised Catholic in a family of five children where alcoholism was no stranger. He has sought God in a variety of places including The Association for Research and Enlightenment, Buddhism, Taoism and Alcoholics Anonymous. He is the Co-founder of Unity Awakening Ways with his wife Rev. Meghan Smith Brooks and is a senior dog trainer, mentor, and AKC evaluator. He loves to talk Metaphysics and Spirituality and not only thinks out of the box, he would prefer to get rid of the box altogether.



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Tags: Rev. Michael Brooks, Fruits, Sunday Service