Unity of Olympia hosts many regular meetings, classes and events as well as a variety of workshops throughout the year. Please check this page frequently to see what is happening.
Appreciative Inquiry Process
The Appreciative Inquiry Process is one in which a community takes stock of what’s going right. It’s an opportunity to look back on the last several years and take an inventory of sorts to help determine the future direction for our leadership. It’s also the process by which a community gains clarity about what we value most highly and our reason for being. This is a three part process:
- Interviews with members to gather information
- Community Summit to confirm Values and determine the Mission
- Creation (or renewal) of Strategic Plan
Appreciative Inquiry Interview training was held on October 21st to the volunteers who will be conducting the interviews. If you are a member of Unity of Olympia, expect a phone call. Input from all in our community is very valuable! If you have any questions, please contact the office here.
Evergreen Vista Kids for Christmas
November 25 - December 16
Make a family’s Christmas a little brighter this year. Provide some gifts for children participating in the community program at Evergreen Vista. Beginning November 25th you’ll find the children’s names and their Christmas wish lists on the north wall of our sanctuary. Please take a tag and let Indira know which child you’ve chosen to bless this year. Bring the wrapped gift(s) with the tag back to church by December 16.
Tiny House / Plum Street Village
- The Community Meeting about the project on December 6th at 6:00p. This is open to the public and you are invited to attend. Click here for more information.
- A work party buld day Saturday, December 15 from 9:00a-4:00p where you will have an opportunity for hands-on experience helping to build Tiny Houses. Click here to sign up to volunteer. You may also visit the LIHI Tiny House Volunteers Facebook page here.
Meditations for Quantum Activism
December 16 & 30, January 13 & 27 | 5:30-6:30p | Facilitated by Jewell Hemanway
“Let’s raise the vibe as we move through the shortest days of the year! We will participate in a guided meditation, called Project Coherence, by Dr. Joe Dispenza. The purpose of the meditation is “raising the Earth’s electromagnetic field” to provide peace and healing for our world.
Winter Solstice Spiral Walk
December 21 | 5:00-8:00p
Please join with family, friends and neighbors in this sacred winter ritual of honoring the darkness and welcoming the coming light. Drop in between 5 and 8 pm to walk the spiral, light a candle, set an intention and let it go. We are pleased to be joined by musician Mike Mercker and friends. Lisa Petrich and friends will be offering Winter Solstice craft projects for families during the event. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christmas Eve Service
December 24 | 6:00p
Join with your family and friends for this special time of story, song and light. Allow the gift of ceremony and ritual to bring significant meaning to this holiday season. This Christmas Eve, the story of the First Christmas becomes the story of the birth of the Christ presence in you!
Town Hall Meeting
December 30 | 11:30a after Sunday service | Facilitated by Reverend Terry Murray
Please join us for this Town Hall meeting for a Council approved discussion regarding the investigation into whether Unity of Olympia may be a location for between 2 and 6 Tiny Houses. No decisions have yet been made. Please click here for more information.
New Members Class
January 3, 10, 17 | 6:00-8:00p | Facilitated by Reverend Terry Murray
This New Member orientation is an opportunity to learn more about Unity of Olympia and the history of the Unity movement. New Members will get to spend time with each other and some of our church leaders. This is a sacred time of renewal and community. Sign-ups are available in the lobby or by emailing email@example.com.
Unconditional Giving - Toy and Clothing Swap
January 19 | 10:00a-12:00p | Facilitated by Indira Goins
Empowering families and giving back to the community. This monthly swap meet is intended to keep goods for parents and children in circulation and help to continue the useful life of items families need. Bring your pre-separated, pre-loved/used clean clothing, toys, and small housewares to Unity of Olympia and stay to take home new-to-you items brought by others. Any items left over will be donated to Family Education and Support Services. More information coming soon.