Unity of Olympia hosts many regular meetings, classes and events as well as a variety of workshops throughout the year. See below for a complete list of current events and workshops happening at Unity as well as around the community. Be sure to check this page frequently to see what is happening.
30 Day Challenge Energizing your Consciousness & 30 Days to Fearless Living
You are invited to join the Unity Community for an empowering start to your 2021! The new year is a popular time to initiate ideas for changing: lose weight, exercise, save money, be nicer. The Unity 30 Day Challenge is an alternate path to support you in the results you desire. Click here to learn more.
This power-packed event will consist of three components:
MLK Celebration of Love
Monday, January 18 | 12:00pm
Join loving hearts and spirits together! An MLK Day Celebration of Love is an online event
to recognize the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his enduring legacy of love.
The Black leaders in Unity offer this uplifting and inspiring reflection on the impact Martin Luther King Jr. had—and continues to have—on our daily lives, how we see each other and ourselves, and how we take action in the world.
This beautiful expression of diversity in action will feature a variety of music and a Sawubona experience.
Town Hall Meeting
Sunday, January 24 | Following Sunday Service
Please mark your calendars and plan on attending this important event regarding the future of our church property. The task force that has been working with this topic has been meeting and would like to present to our church members its findings as well as gather feedback. Check your weekly eBlast for connection instructions. If you do not currently receive our weekly eBlasts or monthly Newsletters, you can subscribe here.
Uniteen Movie Night
February 27 | 7:00 - 9:00 PM | Hosted by Unity Northwest Region
Click here for more details and to register
Matt Jones, Guest Speaker
Sunday, March 7th | 10:00am
Join us on Sunday, March 7th during our regular Sunday service for guest speaker, Matt Jones.
Matt Jones is known as the “Eight Continent Marathon Man.” He went from being a three-time cancer conqueror to relearning how to walk, to going through a bone marrow transplant, to completing eight marathons on eight continents. This includes Antarctica and the and yes that includes Antarctica and the newly discovered continent of Zealandia. Matt was diagnosed with cancer on September 11, 2002. After spreading to the fluid in his brain doctors did not think he would live. After victoriously conquering cancer, he was told by his doctor, no one has gone through what he did and be alive one year later. Baseball Hall of Famer George Brett said, “Matt is a true champion and his story inspires others to be a true champion.” Olympic Gold Medalist Scott Hamilton said, “Matt Jones has done what anyone would consider impossible. Conqueror. Overcomer. Champion. Superhuman. None of those words do him justice." Matt is the author of numerous books and travels around the world sharing his inspiring story and message. For more information about Matt please visit his website at www.MatthewDJones.com
New Home Community Tiny Home Build: First Christian Church of Olympia
First Christian Church (FCC) is developing a tiny house project on their property at 7th and Franklin St., to serve the homeless community. The project consists of 6 tiny homes plus a common space building and hygiene facilities. First Christian is seeking the help of congregations, and individuals, around the area to help with construction and/or financial assistance.
We are especially interested in churches (or other groups) that could supply a small construction team ( 5-6 people) with a team lead FAITH, the Faith Alliance Initiative for Tiny Homes, is helping with project coordination and has already provided 8 tiny homes for a project at Westminster Presbyterian Church.
The houses will likely be built on site at 7th and Franklin St. in Olympia, though some flexibility is possible. A site visit can be set up by appointment.
If interested, please respond with organization or individual names, email and a phone number.
Brenda Hatcher , First Christian Church