Sunday Services 9am and 11am
- Guest speaker and guest musician Kathy Zavada comes to Unity. She will be speaking at both the 9 and 11 am services on the topic of From Dreams to Reality.
- Meal in the Fellowship Hall. Join us after the 11 am service for a simple meal of soup and bread. Anyone wishing to bring soup or bread or help with set up and/or cleanup is welcome to do so.
- 1:00 pm Concert with Kathy Zavada. Join singer/songwriter/recording artist Kathy Zavada for a powerful and uplifting program of inspirational and heart opening music! Kathy’s music and message are celebrated for its joyful versatility, ability to touch the heart, and spiritual transmission. Her music is used by such luminaries as Byron Katie, Greg Braden, and Gangaji. She is regularly invited to sing for Amma, the Hugging Saint. Suggested love offering of $15. No one turned away.
10:30 am Summer Service Schedule Starts Sunday, June 9th
Starting on Sunday, June 9, we will start holding one Sunday service each week, at 10:30 am.
Message from Our Co-Associate Minister Rev. Inge Tarantola
Dear Friends in Unity,
Things are looking up. It is spring, and that brings with it the promise of summer, my favorite time of year. There is a renewed life force surging throughout all of creation, which speaks of optimism, imagination, and possibilities. My garden is coming into bloom with a riot of colors. At our Unity center, we too can tap into that renewed life force and play in our field of dreams.
We, the ministerial team, want to look at this gift we call Unity of the Valley through new eyes, to tap into that rich field brimming with that optimism and imagination, and seeking those new possibilities. It is such a joy to experience team work and the synergy that flows out of this collaboration. I invite you to join with us in that flow. Dream with us, and be part of the new vision that is waiting to emerge.
This is the time for each of us to rise to new potential and explore our green growing edges, and stretch our comfort zone in a safe and supportive environment. Collectively, we can then accomplish more than we can do individually — true synergy. Together we have an opportunity to make a huge difference and to grow together in our collective spring. I am reminded of a poem titled “Spring,” by Unity author Elizabeth Searle Lamb.
Here is an excerpt:
I feel a rising in my own heart
God’s Richest Blessings,