• Yom Kippur challenges us to embody the radical forgiveness that frees us to fully inhabit the Life we share.

    People of all faith paths are invited to join us in experiencing the spiritual depths and special energies of these Days of Awe.
    Until 3 PM Tuesday, 9/18, you can register below via PayPal. Or you can sign up at the door. Click here for schedule, location and reservation information.
  • Spiritual Saturdays

    An inclusive Shabbat experience

    11 AM, October 20, November 17, December 8, Unity in Lynnwood

    With musicians Jenny and Jack Heutmaker. The services live stream on Ted Falcon's Facebook page. In 2019, with the exception of March, our intentional spiritual community will gather on the second Saturday of the month: Jan.12, Feb. 9, March 2, April 13, May 11, June 8, July 13, August 10, Sept. 14, Oct. 12, Nov. 9, Dec. 14.

A sacred process of return

We are once again reminded of the consequences of remembering and of forgetting. We are challenged to remember the One we are, so that the competing and judging voices in our minds are witnessed rather than engaged. Too often, in our thirst for temporary and easy pleasures, we fail to celebrate the One we are. But only that authenticity of Being can slake the thirsts we know.

from Weekly Focus

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Spiritual guide, author, teacher, therapist
Rabbi Ted Falcon, PhD, is a Reform Rabbi with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology who has pioneered the revival of authentic Jewish spiritual traditions. Rabbi Ted founded universally-focused synagogue communities in Los Angeles and in Seattle, and now presents and writes as the rabbi of the Interfaith Amigos. He is a spiritual therapist in private practice, and a popular speaker and teacher of a universal spirituality honoring the interconnectedness of all life.

To learn about supporting Rabbi Ted's work, click here.

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