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Unity of Kent

Welcome to Unity of Kent!

We believe everyone should have a spiritual home in a community where greater expressions of Love bring growth and Peace.

UNITY OF KENT

Special Announcement

Dear Friends,


After more than a year, we are looking forward to being back in our building. Please plan on attending this joyous event of reconnection in our own space. Thank you to all of you who remained faithful to our spiritual community during such trying times. There have certainly been challenges, but we continued to go forward with the means at hand doing the best we could. I look forward to seeing you in person and affirm that growth and prosperity is ours now and in the future.

Blessings Always,
Rev. Patty


 

Church Opening for Live Services

 

As of now, Unity of Kent is planning to open for live services on July 11, if our State has reached the 70% vaccination rate established by Governor Inslee for fully lifting Covid-19 restrictions in Washington.

Church attendee requirements are as follows:

  •       Documented proof of vaccination. Can be a phone photo of your original vaccination card.

  •       If cannot be documented, attendees must wear masks and socially distance

  •       All those entering the church must use hand sanitizer provided at the door.

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Your Life Matters - You Matter to God You Matter to Us!

UNITY OF KENT

Join Rev. Patty Becker
Ordained Interfaith Minister,
Licensed Unity Teacher

for this week's message:


"Blessed Are... The Fathers!"

Sunday, June 20th, 2021, 10:00 am

Dear Friends,

This Sunday, we will create our own Beatitude and add another Blessing to the list given by Jesus, however, you will not find it recounted in the Gospel of Matthew!

 

"Blessed are the Fathers"

 

We don't know much about the family that Jesus grew up with other than that his father, Joseph, was known as a carpenter, (though not considered his biological father). His mother, Mary, is famously known as his greatest supporter even though he had six other siblings.

 

What about your father? Many of us grew up with a dad as the breadwinner and a stay-at-home mother. If you came from a military family, your father served his country, possibly in one of the many wars in the 2nd half of the 20th Century. There were roles to play. Men were supposed to be strong, even heroic, and the head of the household.

 

This was way too much for many to live up to! Thank God, the Fathers of today's generation share in the raising of the children, and some even choose to be a stay-at-home dad.

 

This Sunday, let us remember something our Father may have taught us. Did he teach you to play baseball or to drive a car? Perhaps he taught you something in reverse. If he was an absentee dad, he may have taught you to stay present. If he was emotionally unavailable, he may have inspired you to to be outwardly kind and caring for others. The evolution of Fatherhood has become to be more of a partner, working for balance and cooperation. There is no manual, no perfect way, just the mandate to do your best with Love.

 

In the Christian faiths, Jesus taught us to address God as our Father, our Creator, our Provider, our Healer, our Source for everything good. Let us celebrate this Ultimate Father!

 

IMPORTANT NEWS! We have made the decision that it is safe for us to come together and experiencing the presence of each other as of Sunday, July 11th. Imagine what gifts this will bring! Think about how you intend to return. Have you been inspired to serve this community in a new way? Let us pray about these things that we may gather together as a new blessing to each other and to the greater community that surrounds us. It's exciting to anticipate "A New Unity of Kent". There is much to do and we cannot do this alone. We hope that you have been inspired to be a part of it.

 

At Unity of Kent we know that we are part of something much bigger than ourselves and that it is deep and powerful. We focus on the perspective that each of us can contribute to a new world order that includes wholeness and vitality, justice, truth and equality, in peace with prosperity, and happiness within a life you truly Love.

 

If you are new to this community, or somehow just landed on our website, we welcome you and look forward to meeting you Online - and - In person!

 

Get your coffee, get comfortable, and watch this Sunday's service with friends and family. We can get through these times safely. Look on our website for directions and don't forget - We want to hear from you!

 

Blessings of a Peaceful Heart filled with God's Love,

Rev. Patty, Lee, and the Board of Trustees

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This Sunday's music will be provided by

Carolyn Cruso!

How to Join Us:

Follow the instructions below anytime between 9:45 and 10:00 AM on Sunday morning to fine tune your adjustments (lighting, sound, and background) and to “meet and greet” one another before the service begins. 

On your computer, tablet, or mobile phone:

Click or tap here: 

 

 

 

To conference call from your landline or mobile phone:

Dial 1 (253) 215-8782, enter the Meeting ID: 830 5199 7864 and # again.

Password is 893468

or from a mobile phone click here (again, audio only): 

 

 

 

PLEASE NOTE: You'll have the best experience on a tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. Your mobile phone will work fine, but it may be difficult to see all the other participants, access the Chat Room, etc.

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WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

CALL US For Questions, Spiritual Counseling, or Prayers.

 

Call REV. PATTY at 253-226-1635 or pattybecker.rev@gmail.com

Call Lee O'Neal in the office

at 253-854-9747 or

unityofkent@yahoo.com.

 

Or you can send a private request to Rev. Patty with our

Prayer Request Form.

 

We look forward to hearing from you!

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We want to Thank You for your Generosity during these difficult and uncertain times. You have allowed us to stay open and to fulfill our mission of serving you, as we serve God.

 

We Love You!
 

    You can mail your tithes and donations to: 

Unity of Kent,

218 State Ave. S. 

Kent, WA 98030

 

Or drop off  your offerings at the church by depositing them in our mail box to the left of the front door.

You can also make donations through PayPal by clicking on the button below and following the simple instructions. 


Donations can also be made through GIVELIFY. This option is very easy to use.  Just click on the button below and in less than a minute you will have supported Unity of Kent! Givelify also has convenient apps available for Android or IOS.  

We Thank You for Your Thoughtful Consideration!

Silent Unity Prayer Service: June 2021 Meditation

GIVING - Support Unity Church of Kent

    Our church is supported by your tithes and love offerings.

Your gifts to this ministry are the firm foundation upon which this ministry gently rests.

Thank you so much for your support!