Greetings to seekers and friends, one and all!
Friends of Unity Sunday services are currently available online only.
In-person Sunday service is temporarily suspended.
My morning contemplation included one of those wake-me-up kinds of questions--and I'm playing cupid and sending it straight to your heart: "What choice can I make today that will have the greatest impact on my spiritual life?" Each precious day of our lives we will make countless choices but one will count--the choice that will have the greatest impact on the spiritual life, our "imprisoned splendor." Even the smallest portion of time and attention on this question may be the key to long-sought contentment, health, and well-being. The Christ teaching suggests that a tiny bit of spiritual leavening can change our whole life into the heavenly state! Yes, it is the 12th month of the pandemic in MI. Yup, impeachment trial; again. And, the vaccination roll-out is elusive and difficult to figure out. Of course, all of this is important, yet one choice can change the whole of the experience. As Mike McCord, our February teacher in virtual residence would say, 'Let's do what is doable, one step at a time.'
My love to each of you,
P.S. Let me know if my cupid question made it to your heart 🙂
Next Sunday Service
Join us for our 10 AM Sunday Service “Unlimited Support” with Rev. Kathy Long virtually on Facebook or here on...
Featured Upcoming Events
One Step At A Time: Reclaim Your Right to Health and Happiness
Wednesdays in February, 7-8 PM ET
Health and Wholeness Class
Through this course, students will learn how to navigate the obstacles in life, the secret science behind healing, and the keys to wholeness. This class is co-sponsored by Friends of Unity in Plymouth, MI, and Unity of Church of Overland Park, KS. Free-will donations welcomed. Join us in Zoom.us Meeting ID 358 407 2821.
Students interested in Mike McCord's book, One Step at a Time: Memoir of a Former Quadriplegic can find it here on Amazon.
Supporting the Homeless Through Song & Spirit
For the next months, Friends of Unity is shifting our community support to the Song & Spirit interfaith agency, which serves the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless. Most-requested items are warm clothing, especially gently used men’s coats (needed through May) and Carepax (needed year-round.)
Carepax are gallon-size Ziplock bags with essentials for people living on the streets. (Click below for details.)
We will have a monthly collection in the parking lot of the PCAC on each 2nd
Sunday from 2-3 p.m. Items can also be dropped off any time to a bin that will be on the Ernzen’s porch (46461 Arboretum, Plymouth). Both collections will be ongoing, until further notice.