April 30, 2017 - The Rev. Ellen Debenport Unfolding
Rev. Ellen Debenport announces she will be leaving Wimberley and explains why. Board members Jan Gauvain and Jason Jones talk about next steps for the church.
April 30, 2017 - Oz: Over the Rainbow
The Wizard of Oz is a great metaphysical story, and we recognize ourselves in it as we seek to understand our own powers. Did you know you have an Inner Toto?
April 23, 2017 - After the Resurrection, The Laundry
Rev. Melinda Wood Allen explores taking the message of the resurrection with into our everyday routines.
April 16, 2017 - Easter's Enduring Message
Christianity is based on a story of death and resurrection, a story we’ve been retelling for 2,000 years. What does it mean in Unity?
April 9, 2017 - Facing Forward
Palm Sunday is not only the day Jesus was greeted with hosannas in Jerusalem. It’s the day he deliberately headed into danger when he could have avoided it.
March 26, 2017 - Education of the Heart
How could we change the minds and hearts of enough people in the world to create the peace and compassion we dream of? The Dalai Lama has some thoughts about that. Based on the book A Force for Good by Daniel Goleman.
March 19, 2017 - The Strength of Compassion
Of course, the Dalai Lama speaks about compassion, but you might be surprised by his definition of it. Based on the book A Force for Good by Daniel Goleman.
March 12, 2017 - Letting Go of Holding On
The Buddha said, All things are impermanent; All feelings that arise die away; All suffering comes from holding on. So HOW do we let go and live in the moment? Let’s see what Jesus, Charles Fillmore and James Taylor have to say.
March 5, 2017 - Living with the White Stone
How are you doing with your White Stone word? It’s been two months since our New Year’s ceremony to listen for a word or phrase to guide you this year. Sometimes the word doesn’t make sense at first, but you might discover you are living into it.
Feb. 26, 2017 - "Head in the Sand" Is Not a Spiritual Principle
Some of life’s events just can’t be ignored on this human journey. How do we deal with the issues of the day, whether globally or in our families, and still maintain a spiritual perspective?