Unity Spiritual Center-What do we do here?

Our Unity center houses many programs, groups, events, memorials & weddings, music recitals and classes. Our mission is about “Tranforming Lives and Helping People Make a Positive Difference in the World.” We rent space, partner with different for and non-profit businesses and individuals who share our values, and participate in community events to further our reach & transform lives.

Some groups that rent our space include Alcoholics Anonymous, A Course in Miracles, Sufi Dances of Universal Peace, Spokane Community Colleges & ACTII, Science of Spirituality, East Asian Cultural Association and Plum Tree School.

Most recent additions to our Unity Spiritual Center calendar are Tai Chi for those living with Parkinson’s Disease, an Indian music concert, and an Herbal Fair. We even trade space in our parking lot to food distributor Zaycon for quality meats that we use in our outreach efforts at Crosswalk, where we prepare monthly meals for homeless teens in the community. We also offer on-going classes on spiritual development, mindfulness, prayer and meditation.

We depend on the financial support of our congregants, a few part-time employees and the generosity of dozens of volunteers to keep our programs running and doors open. Our volunteers maintain our grounds and much of our facility & operations, provide youth education & care, and pray with people. Our co-ministers pray with those in need as well. However, our chaplains and ministers do not offer mental health counseling, elder or home care. Sometimes this is frustrating news for people to hear. Though there are churches that are committed to this type of service, Unity Spiritual Center does not have the resources to fund these programs at this time. West Central Episcopal Mission, and Shalom Ministries are two churches in Spokane who focus on outreach and community service. Lutheran Community Services is also an invaluable community resource.

We love being a part of this community and helping to transform lives in their growing spiritual needs. We hope you connect with us at our Sunday services at 9 & 11 am, with childcare at 9 and youth ed program at 11.

 

Liza is the Communications Coordinator at Unity Spiritual Center Spokane and has been a member since 2007. Liza grew up in Spokane and lives with her husband and daughter in this “Near Nature, Near Perfect community.”

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