Broadway on Bernard, Opening Night

Cerena prepping Tana for the Lion King number

Cerena prepping Tana for the Lion King number

I wasn’t able to stay for very long tongiht, though my sneak peek was amazing! Hope you enjoy your sneak peek too…click below. More shows Saturday at 7 and Sunday at 3. Childcare available at the Sunday performance.


Quiet Bags for Little Hands


Because children don’t always want to leave their caregivers on Sunday mornings, Rev. Jackie assembled a dozen quiet bags for little hands. Sometimes kids would rather stay with their adults. We can understand that need, and we welcome you to bring your child with you.

Feel free to borrow a quiet bags during the service. We hope that your child enjoys manipulating the fuzzy pipe cleaners, doodling, reading and being creative.

Quiet bags are available at the back of the Sanctuary for your use during the service. And if your child isn’t ready to leave the bag behind when it’s time to go, no worries.

The Search Project, Check In


To date, you have donated $1,650 to our Commit to Life, Search Project! Proceeds raised from this project will help offset the costs of hiring a new minister for our Spiritual Center.   These costs could involve travel, accommodations and relocation expenses.

Hiring a new minister is an involved process, and we are thankful for your financial, emotional and spiritual support. We’re also thankful for our Search Committee, which is leading the Search effort. Presently they are half-way through the process and are calling applicants’ references.

Our Commit to Life series culminates at the end of the October. If you would like to make a contribution to the Search Project, you can donate at our spiritual center (envelopes located at three different Search lanterns: entry, platform, atrium) or by calling 838-6518. You can also talk to Terri Lewis-Sander about donating miles from your mileage plan to help with travel expenses.

Your contributions help make this process a reality!

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Tickets Selling Fast!


Oct 7, 2014

You won’t want to miss this year’s Broadway review, presented by the Choir and benefiting our spiritual center. Vocal talents will cover songs from South Pacific, Wicked, Godspell, The Lion King and more.

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Call 838-6518 to purchase yours or buy them on Sunday.

Three shows are available for your listening enjoyment. Bring your family, friends, neighbors and coworkers!

Friday, October 17 @ 7 pm

Saturday, October 17 @ 7 pm

Sunday, October 19 @ 3 pm

Yard Sale & Pet Blessing

Unity Spiritual Center hosts SRAVASTI ABBEY ALMS BOWL Rummage Sale &Pet Blessing!

Come help support the monastic community of Sravasti Abbey located in Newport, WA. As set out by the Buddha 2600 years ago, the residents do not purchase any of their
own food – we are their sole source of nourishment and sustenance. This is our way of showing gratitude for their practice, intentions and the spiritual aid they provide to the world.

Where: Unity Church, 2900 South Bernard Blvd.- Spokane
When: October 4th from 8 AM – 2 PM, Pet Blessing 9 – 11:30 AM
*Pets must be on either a leash or in a carrier. Donations accepted.

Volunteers still needed – write:

Thanks For Participating

Oct 1, 2014

Thanks to everyone who took the congregational survey. We know you are all busy and juggle many obligations, and we appreciate your input.

We’ll share our results with our top ministerial candidates to give them a better understanding of our spiritual center and our community. We’re looking for a good match for spiritual community and our new spiritual leader, and your input is crucial.

Thanks a bunch!



Take Our Survey

Sept 23, 2014

Please take a moment to tell it like it is – how it is for you, which our ministerial candidates want to hear! Click the image below to take our congregational survey…

New to Unity


Sept 18, 2014


Meet Claire. Claire Hart is new to Unity Spiritual Center. She moved to Spokane from Renton, WA in April, and she’s a native of New Jersey. She has four children, four grandchildren & three great-grandchildren. Claire has been a Unity member since 1975.

She likes quality and being challenged which has led her to sewing, crocheting and knitting. Claire has even sewn her own lined and tailored suits, though now she is experimenting more with quilting.

During this chapter of her life, Claire is “looking forward to going with the flow of life. God is going to put me in the right direction to serve Him,” she shared. Claire loves “sermons that inspire you, lift you up and get you ready for Monday morning.” She will miss Rev. David’s positive energy and hopes that our new minister has a similar energy, someone who will “touch the heart and spirit.” After being in Spokane for just a few months, Claire still misses her Unity community from Renton and is hoping to find her Unity family here.