January 30 – February 5, 2022

All regular classes will be offered online.

Saturday retreat is in-person only.

We are so excited to welcome you to S.E.E Week 2022 – Winter Session: Deepening Our Practice. 

We know you will benefit greatly from the wisdom, knowledge and insight of these courses and instructors. 

Quiet Insight: A Meditation Retreat

Revs. Jeanmarie Eck and Karen Tudor
Saturday February 5 | 10 AM – 4 PM | Pyramid

Give yourself the gift of quiet and the respite of engaging meditation practices in spiritual community.  Meditation practices can be as varied as we are, teaching us to see the world and ourselves with new eyes, open minds and peaceful hearts.  Join Revs. Jeanmarie Eck and Karen Tudor as they lead you into practices to open a whole new world of insight and meaning for you, using practices you can take into your daily life. Chairs will be provided for meditation. If you would like to bring a yoga mat, pillow or blanket for your comfort, please do so. Water bottles are also encouraged. Dress comfortably and appropriately for the weather as some brief activities will be outside.

Registration is Closed

Register Now for Online Classes

Download the Spiritual Education & Enrichment Week Brochure


Daytime classes are held between 8:30am–3:50pm (Monday through Friday), and attendance in all 5 classes is required to receive S.E.E. credit.

Evening classes between 6:00pm–8:30pm (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday), and attendance in all 4 classes is required to receive S.E.E. credit.


  • Early Bird Registration ($65) until January 17
  • Regular Registration ($75) January 18-30

After registering, you will receive an email message with the Zoom link. If you do not see it, please check your spam folder.


Book List

8 Classes are Available. See Descriptions Below

January 31 – February 4 | Monday – Friday | 8:30 am – 10:20 am


HTS 105 – Metaphysics 1 | Rev. Jeanmarie Eck

The first phase for becoming a “metaphysician-practitioner” is learning the fundamental Principles. Assimilating and practicing those Principles helps us awaken awareness and understanding of spiritual Truth. This “first phase” course encourages students to enter into that awakening and understanding so that they can apply the principles in their everyday lives and experience the “first fruits” of spiritual understanding. SYLLABUS

Registration is Closed


Meditation Practices | Dr. Mary Fehr, LUT

Extensive research on meditation practices has revealed that regular meditation has many mental and physical benefits and that there are many effective ways to meditate. This course explores the practice and the experience of various forms of meditation. Benefits of the various forms of meditation will be explored as well as methods to deal with resistance to meditation. There will also be helpful tips for developing a regular meditation practice. Practicing the Silence, Unity’s meditation practice, is fundamental and foundational to Unity teachings. Therefore, it will be the primary meditation practice for the duration of the course. SYLLABUS


Registration is Closed

January 31 – February 4 | Monday – Friday | 10:40 am – 12:30 pm


The “I” of the Storm | Rev. Shirley Knight

Improve self-awareness, increase emotional intelligence and become more effective at relationships including the relationship with Self.  This class is based on the book, The I of the Storm by Rev. Dr. Gary Simmons.  This is not a book-study.  It is an exploratory series of activities to help us uncover triggers and learn new responses.  Instead of reacting unconsciously, we can respond from compassion, balance and harmony.

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Metaphysics 2 | Rev. Jeanmarie Eck

The second phase in metaphysical study and practice is exploration and complex concepts such as “oneness” and creation. In addition Unity metaphysics entails new interpretations of the common terminology of traditional Christianity. In the process of exploring complex concepts and theological terminology students uncover their “embedded theology” and gain clarity on Unity teachings. Practical is emphasized as a primary goal. SYLLABUS

Registration is Closed


January 31 – February 4 | Monday – Friday | 2:00 pm – 3:50 pm


HTS 100 – Foundations of Unity | Rev. Michael Gott

Building consciousness, knowledge and skills in any endeavor begins with learning the foundational principles. This course is designed to be the first students take when embarking upon any of the Unity Worldwide Spiritual Institute’s learning paths. Students will explore foundational principles from Lessons in Truth, Discover the Power and other historical texts. They will also learn how to integrate the foundational principles into daily life. SYLLABUS

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HTS 120 -The Christ | Rev. Karen Tudor

Students will experientially engage their own beliefs about “Jesus Christ” and the Christ idea using the Bible as the primary text.  This class will include bible interpretation skills as well as meditative practice using Nature as a metaphor for the embodiment and expression of the Christ through humanity. Each student will explain their own experience of the Christ within themselves and others. SYLLABUS

Registration is Closed

January 30 – February 3 | Sunday/Monday/Tuesday/Thursday | 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm


Unity Prayer | Rev. Sheila Gautreaux

Affirmative meditative prayer is at the heart of the Unity spiritual path. The Unity way of prayer is ultimately aimed at experience of the Divine and Realization of the practitioner’s Divine Potential. Along the way there are practical benefits, including guidance, healing, and abundance. In this course, students are introduced to Unity’s Five Step Prayer Process and supported in developing their daily prayer practice. SYLLABUS

Registration is Closed


The Twelve Powers | Dr. Mary Fehr, LUT

As a result of his inner exploration and experiences, as well as his metaphysical interpretation of the Bible, Charles Fillmore developed a powerful tool for spiritual development and healing commonly known as “the twelve powers.” The teaching and practice of the 12 powers includes awareness of “power centers” in the body, similar to the “chakra” system in yoga. The system connects the power centers to spiritual qualities symbolically associated with the 12 Disciples of Christ; the Christ is symbolically associated with the Spiritual or Higher Self. Students will explore and experientially apply the 12 power system as a way of realizing and releasing their inner divinity. SYLLABUS

Registration is Closed


Questions About Registration?

Please email our S.E.E. Week Registrar, Kerry Ross at kross@unityhouston.org or call (713) 580-2620.