Unity of Wimberley and I have something in common. We are going through tremendous change! You have just lost your beloved minister and I have just resigned from my church I served for nine years. When things change sometimes we just don’t know what to do. When things change we become fearful and question ourselves about where we went wrong, rehearse how we could have done it differently. Or we blame others and ourselves. What if the changes in our lives are divine appointments? What if the changes in our lives are gently telling us, “you are on the right path.” All change is change for the better. This Sunday we will explore our realities ~ distorted reality, observed reality and ultimate reality. This is a divine appointment ~ so let’s travel this journey together, change our perceptions and live in ultimate reality.
Rev. Julie Armour is celebrating twenty years in Unity ministry! Julie has served as a hospice chaplain and has served Unity Church of Muskegon, Michigan for ten years and Unity of the Foothills at Red Rocks for nine years. She served on the Board of Trustees of Unity Worldwide Ministries for eight years and was Chair of the Board from 2012 to 2013. Rev. Julie says, "I feel privileged to support the leadership of Donna Johnson, CEO of UWM, in navigating our course through these exciting times of change and growth for our movement!" She is beginning an exciting time in her life as she stays present to life and surrenders to the infinite possibilities of the Universe. Tom and Julie have six grandchildren, three in Manitou Springs, Colorado and three in Littleton, Colorado. Julie lives in Morrison, Colorado with her husband, Tom, and their two dogs, Biju and Bonny.
By Rev. Ellen Debenport
I’ve been thinking for weeks about what to write in this final minister’s message.
I’m writing from beautiful Unity Village, where history hangs in the air.
The Twelve Powers are divine attributes hard-wired into every person.
We say this Prayer for Protection at the end of each Sunday service, affirming the divine within
These are the words of Charles Fillmore, who founded Unity with wife Myrtle in 1889.