Greetings to seekers and friends, one and all!
Friends of Unity Sunday services are in-person and online Sundays at 10 a.m.
Effective June 4: CDC and MI guidelines state that vaccinated individuals do not need to wear a mask. The current MDHHS order requires unvaccinated individuals to wear face masks at indoor gatherings. Please practice inner discernment regarding in-person attendance, honor the guidelines, and extend care and consideration for all.
I often wonder about words that show up in conversations repeatedly; they seem to indicate what we are currently, collectively, experiencing. Lately, I hear folks using the word 'weird' referring to our unusual ways of doing things during the pandemic. Graduations seem weird. Our work using so much tech seems weird. Listening to newscasts we may scratch our heads and wonder, 'what is going on, this is all so weird.'
When a spiritual approach to life becomes common and ordinary, the weird outer events are simply opportunities to live Truth. This month I travel to the West, meeting with family members to spread my mom's ashes. It will be weird, and, also, another opportunity to live Truth. Outer change and weirdness cannot change the Truth of eternal Life and Love. While I'm gone several guest speakers will share significant experiences related to life and living, death and dying. Each will speak to Truth, constant and abiding, debunking weird worldly views.
Together, we're led by Wise Love,
Next Sunday Service
Join us for this special Father’s Day Sunday Service “It Changed My Life! “with Phil Ernzen, Guest Speaker