Unity of North Kitsap
“We are a spiritual community of Light, Love, and Life
serving all who seek to remember and express their Divine Nature.”
Harvest Dinner & Talent Show
We Value Service to Community
Our Kitchen Angels Prepare a Community Meal
Through our monthly tithes we support ShareNet Food Bank in Kingston,
Unity Worldwide Ministries, Silent Unity, Unity's Northwest Region
and the UNK Members Benevolence Fund.
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Spirit-Led - We are centered in God. Spirit leads our thoughts and actions as we co-create a world that works for everyone.
Generous - Living in the infinite flow of God’s good, we draw from God’s inexhaustible supply and wisely use our rich resources to serve the world.
Transformational - We are a dynamic movement on the cutting-edge of spiritual evolution. We teach universal spiritual principles that change lives.
Diverse - We believe all people are created with sacred worth. We promote greater understanding among people in a spirit of unity.
Trustworthy - We act from a place of integrity and wholeness and are ethical in all our actions. We keep our word.
We began as a meditation and study group in 1995 in the nearby town of Hansville, Washington. Our founding minister was Rosella Turner-Teal who guided us in 1998 to a small, older home in Kingston which we remodeled to accommodate our fledgling church and we became an official Unity Study Group. We incorporated with the State of Washington as North Peninsula Unity Center in June of 2001. We have had several temporary locations since leaving our little house in Kingston as well as a name change along the way. We are now known as Unity of North Kitsap and gratefully share the Faith Episcopal Church church in Poulsbo.
We are joined by like-minded people from across the U.S. who are able to join us on line, thanks to the wonders of Zoom. Check back for news about in-person gatherings.
In making a positive difference in the world and that God is our source in all things.
The balance of mind, body, and Spirit is essential to our well being.
We recognize the potential in each person.
We experience the power of prayer.
We acknowledge the blessings we receive and the blessings we give.
We joyously play as we express and experience God.