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Our services begin at 10:30 a.m and usually last about an hour.

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Sunday Service October 11, 2020



The first of the four core values from the initiative WMTN that we will seek to embody especially during this difficult time for our nation:

“Respect:  We will talk about our fellow citizens on the other side with respect for their intelligence and good will.  We will avoid characterizing them as deserving our disdain or pity.”

Spiritually speaking, there are no others.  If we are one, then, what we do to another, we do unto ourselves.  The practice of “putting ourselves in another’s shoes” might be as close to experiencing Oneness as many of us can get.  We’ll explore why “loving our neighbor as ourselves” is the second great commandment that Jesus gave.

Rev. Jean DeBarbieris

Sunday Service-October 4

A Love That Is Out of This World

There is no such thing as a conscious unloving act.

All unloving acts arise from a state of unconsciousness, unconnected to our Source, to the truth of Who We Are.  All tension and conflict arise from our identification with Who We Are Not.

Rev. Jean DeBarbieris

Sunday – September 27

Blessing Releases and Reveals

As we progress on our spiritual journey, we ultimately come to the realization that everything that shows up in our lives is here to serve us.  To “turn a frown upside down,” all we have to do is look for the good in even the worst situations.  As we continue to deal with the challenges of COVID-19, as well as, the civil unrest, political climate and natural disasters, we have tremendous opportunity to grow into the fullness of our Divine Potential.  Blessing “what is” frees us from shallow, programmed, hurtful responses and creates the deep space necessary for something new to take hold.

Rev. Jean DeBarbieris

Sunday- September 20, 2020

Come Home to Prayer

It’s often said that prayer is the foundation of Unity, but what does that mean?  It also begs the question: What is prayer?  Our last two Sunday sermons have tried to answer those questions, along with: “Why pray?”  This Sunday, we’ll look at a very familiar prayer and try to see it with fresh eyes.  Join us as we share a different perspective on The Lord’s Prayer.

Rev. Jean DeBarbieris Owen

Sunday Service – September 13

Prayer and the Great Mystery of Humanity

From anthropologists to religious historians, no one really knows when, where or how prayer originated. What is apparent is that prayer is an important part of all religions.  In honor of Unity’s World Day of Prayer, we will look at two aspects of prayer that seem to be common to all the world’s religions.  Those aspects are:  1) A sense of connection to something higher; and, 2) Prayer involves asking for something.  Prayer is ultimately an expression of a mystery that expresses in, through and as humanity.

Rev. Jean DeBarbieris Owen

SUNDAY SERVICE- September 6, 2020

Recently, pictorial images of popular sayings became a game on Facebook…
Do you know what ours says?
If it sounds familiar, remember the Sunday in May when ZOOM crashed? We didn’t get to share all of our thoughts on prayer with you that day.
Since FAITH OVER FEAR is the theme of Unity’s World Day of Prayer, we thought now was the time for a deeper dive!
Do you have the FAITH to follow us?
Carleen Pruyn and Rosemary Fodor

Sunday Service – August 30


Highway to Heaven

“Everybody know it; nobody does it.”  “It” is the Golden Rule, which weaves its way through more than a dozen spiritual paths the world over and has done so for more than 2600 years.  It’s such a simple idea, universally accepted, yet it seems we haven’t figured out how to love it.  Let’s take a deeper dive into this familiar saying and see if we can’t move it from its place on a billboard by the side of the road to the very road beneath our feet.

Rev. Jean DeBarbieris Owen

Sunday Service August 23, 2020

Embracing Wholeness
Letting go of who we think we are, who we pretend to be and who we’re afraid we are allows us to reclaim the lost parts of ourselves. We are ready to be “born again” as the True Self, our original nature. This is true for individuals, families and nations. Along the way, we find that the Spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak.

Rev. Jean DeBarbieris Owen

Sunday Service August 16, 2020

“Here I Come to Save the Day!” and Other Delusions of Grandeur  

 The spiritual journey is filled with amusing day trips.  Have you ever felt like you have to make a choice between becoming enlightened and saving the world?  What is that were a false choice and just another diversion presented by, to and for “mini-me” (the egoic self)?  Many spiritual teachings tell us that there is no need to decide between those two extremes.  What if we progress on our spiritual journey, we discover that the only way to save the world is by becoming enlightened?  As we become more enlightened, even the noble goal of saving the world ceases to matter. 

Rev. Jean DeBarbieris Owen

Sunday Service August 9, 2020

Love “Bears” All Things

In the past six months our lives have changed drastically. Nothing seems normal anymore. However, one thing is still the same and that is the presence of God’s love. Today, we’ll learn more about this love from an unexpected source of spiritual wisdom. We’ll explore the importance of giving and receiving love and the power of love to endure all things.

Rev. George and Barbara Schmidt