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‘(the) Beloved Community’
This is the follow up to the talk called ‘What Myrtle Knew,’ in which we explored the foundations and history of our Unity faith tradition.
We agreed that we are standing on the shoulders of giants, and that we are enthusiastically ready to take the next step in our spiritual journey together.
What might that be? Where do we go from here? Hint: “Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”
‘(the) Benefit of the Divine’
Trusting God in all things.
‘(the) Good New Days’
Murphy’s other law!
Home: these three can work either as stand-a-lone talks or as a series:
1. ‘(the) Connectitarians’
Matthew 18:20 — “For where two or three gather in my name, there am I among them.”
2. ‘Our True Home’
Sweet Spirit, bless this house and bring us all safely home.
3. ‘Home Is Where the Heart Is’
God in our hearts.
‘In the Beginning’
Mike invites us to welcome beginnings and endings; to see each step as an opportunity to learn who we are; and to trust that God will always light our way.
‘I See You’
I see you.
I am listening.
We are healing together, and I am grateful.
‘Running Home to God’
Highlights Mike’s experience with running and the spiritual realization that we are more capable than we sometimes realize.
‘What Myrtle Knew’ – The Beginnings of Unity
Are you ready for transformation and soul growth in your life, and in the world around you? Would you like to have a solid foundation of faith, and a spiritual springboard to take wing and fly?
This talk offers a look at the history and foundational principles of our Unity Church, and of the New Thought/Ancient Wisdom approach to spirituality.
‘What Now, God?’
Our lives flow in seasons and reasons. What happens when you reach a crossroads, an opportunity or a crisis?
‘(the) Wisdom of Rinpoche’
Be Kind. Don’t Hurt, Make Yourself Useful.
‘You Have Chosen Wisely’
Imagine a mighty chasm and a bridge that only becomes real when you decide to make the first step. How will you choose?
‘I Am More Than This’ with Paula Davis
Celebrate your recovery from …
‘Prayers for the Earth’ with Paula Davis
This immersive, experiential service offers songs, prayers, readings and more, with a focus on honoring and celebrating our Earth home. A good choice for Wednesday evenings.
Each talk includes special music, congregational singing, and a meditation by Paula Davis, all closely integrated with the topic. If you would prefer to have someone from your community do the meditation, that’s great too.
For each talk, there’s an afternoon concert or workshop available.
I will happily coordinate with your musicians and singers so that we have lots of dimension and involvement.
Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas? You bet!