Recent Messages

Feb. 17, 2017 - Mind The Gap
This week, the Rev. Melinda Wood Allen talks with us about spiritual lessons in everyday life.
Feb. 12, 2017 - Afterlife and Aftermath
Does prayer cause God to intervene in our lives? Is one religion better than another? What is our purpose in life? And what happens after we die? The book we've been studying, God in My Head, ends with answers to some of life’s big questions.
Feb. 5, 2017 - What's True and What Isn't
What are the questions you would ask God if you had a chance? In God in My Head, author Joshua Grisetti asks about the Garden of Eden, angels, the devil, heaven and hell, and the true meaning of Revelation. He also gets the low-down on sin.
Jan. 29, 2017 - How God Became Jesus
In the second installment of God in My Head, we learn where God came from, how God created the universe, and why Jesus was necessary.
Jan. 22, 2017 - Meet Your God
In a new series based on the weird and wonderful book, God In My Head, we meet a young man who had a long conversation with God. The messages he now shares are fascinating.
Jan. 15, 2017 - Five Steps To Healing
Unity co-founder Myrtle Fillmore wrote letters to people who asked for help with their health. In one of those letters, she lists a number of ways to heal yourself , which fall into five basic categories.
January 8, 2017 - Ask For Help
Here’s an idea for a New Year’s resolution: Ask for help! Unseen forces are poised to work on your behalf.
January 1, 2017 - Burning Bowl & White Stone
We begin with a Burning Bowl ceremony to leave behind everything we do not want to carry with us into the new year, then write on a white stone a word to guide us through 2017.
Dec. 25, 2016 - The Angels Sang at Your Birth, Too
On Christmas Day, we celebrate the divine energy we call The Christ, knowing it has been born in each of us. But what do we do with that awareness going forward?
Dec. 11, 2016 - Trip To Bethlehem
Jesus was born during a trip to Bethlehem to fulfill census requirements, in a stable surrounded by animals. The divine emerges even in the midst of our ordinary lives.