Jan 19, 2023
Diving Deeper Study Group
Come with us, four (4) seasoned Licensed Unity Teachers, as we Dive Deeper into our individual soul's wisdom. Join us once-a-month on third Wednesday's, virtually, as we explore and discuss ways to navigate the unique journey of this incarnation. Discussions will be based on Dr. Richard Loren Held's living explorations and acumen of the Unity truth Teachings, and the Wisdom Teachings of the ages.
Feb 5, 2023
Newcomer Sunday Potluck
The first Sunday of each month is Newcomer Sunday! Newcomers (however you define that) are invited to join existing attendees for a potluck lunch (generously provided by the latter) immediately following service! Short introductions of key leaders will be made, and your questions will be answered! All are welcome!
Sep 5, 2023
Medicine Wheel Teaching Series
This series is a four-part journey into the teaching of the Cherokee Medicine Wheel. It includes an introduction, a guided meditation, and a teaching of the meaning and purpose of the Wheel. The culmination of the program will be a ceremony during which a Medicine Wheel will be physically built on the campus of Unity in Lynnwood by its community. This teaching is offered in gratitude for those who walked this land before us and lived in a sacred manor with respect for Mother Earth and the great web of life. The Cherokee Wheel teaching was given to Starfeather by her friend and teacher White Horse Woman, a Cherokee medicine woman who received the teaching from her grandmother Charlotta. This and other ceremonies were passed to Starfeather during a four-day Walk into the Elders Lodge initiation ceremony in 1995.
Sep 8, 2023
Tao’n Time Book Study
Tao-N Time will be a place where seekers of truth can come together to share their journey with likeminded individuals from different walks of life; a time to dig deeper into your personal understanding of the mysteries that surround us, while we learn from and inspire each other. We will gather to read, discuss, and savor the hidden beauty within Lao Tzu’s master work the "Tao Te Ching.” All are welcome to join us, so they can hear and be heard as we explore this 2,500-year-old text that is still as relevant today as it was when it was first written. Facilitated by Phillip Patzer, this series will feature his book, Tao Te Ching: A Fresh Look at Ancient Wisdom, available in the UIL gift shop.
Sep 13, 2023
Spiritual Keys to Aging Well
Offered via zoom. Myrtle Fillmore believed age was a state of mind. Rev. Eric Butterworth said in his 80's that his age was none of his business. "I am as old as God and as young as the morning." Join Nancy Merrill and Barbara Thorp as we transform from aging to eldering through the stories of new thought leaders from 50 to 90. We will read, discuss and practice to enhance our lives. Get your booklet in our Soul Things gift and Book store. Offered for a love offering to UIL.
Sep 17, 2023
A Day with Daniel Nahmod
The artistry and ministry of Daniel Nahmod (www.DanielNahmod.com) continue to enrich a global audience in profound ways. Following the 11:00 a.m. Sunday service featuring Daniel’s message and music, he will offer a not-to-be-missed concert event. This is offered on a freewill basis with a suggested minimum of $25.00.
Oct 4, 2023
Tuesdays, October 3 - November 7; 7:00 p.m. The natural order of things knows how to support its creation, both in whole and in part! The natural order of things (by whatever name you choose to call it) knows how to meet the needs of body and soul alike. So, the troubling-yet-empowering question becomes: are you cooperating with the natural order of things or frustrating the natural order of things? Join with others willing to “get themselves out of the way” of that which longs to prove itself. Dr. Richard Loren Held facilitates
Nov 5, 2023
Hibulb Cultural Center Field Trip
Unity in Lynnwood’s Indigenous Heritage Committee is sponsoring a field trip to the Hibulb Cultural Center on the Tulalip Reservation in Marysville. The Hibulb Cultural Center sits on a 50-acre natural history preserve. It features galleries of art and artifacts, a replica longhouse, a gift shop and more. We promise: this will be an educational experience worth your time and attention.
Enjoy Sunday’s service and lunch at our monthly potluck before carpooling from the church lot north on I-5 about 20-30 minutes to the Center. For fun, we encourage people to consider bringing a dish to the potluck that reflects our local Coast Salish history or other indigenous traditions! There are lots of ideas on the internet, e.g. https://www.powwows.com/25-favorite-native-american-recipes/
Please plan to join us and be inspired by the reverent ways of caring for Mother Earth and her gifts by a people who knew and lived their belief in Oneness for approximately 8-10,000 years before European settlers arrived. The Center honors all the various tribes which inhabited the greater Snohomish County area. The cost for a ticket will be $6.00 per person at the Center.