January 16, 2020
Beginning this New Year together, it is imperative that we first identify what we would most love to be, do, and have in 2020!
Once we have identified what we’d most love, the next question becomes, “How do we navigate the gap between our present day lives and what we’d most love our lives to be in this New Year?”
Come join me this Sunday, as I shares what the MAP is and how we can use our MAPS in navigating the gap with greater ease, grace, peace, love, and joy!!
See you Sunday!
January 9, 2020
Come join us as Davine Joy Young guest speaks for us. She be speaking about how we love our family and yet there are times that we have tough calls to make on their behalf. Are we really qualified to make them? Is it our place to do so? Life as we age in place, one day at a time. Grief has it’s moments of joy we can hold in our hearts.
Rev. Davine Joy Young started her journey in the Science of Mind teaching over thirty years ago. She knew her call was to be a minister, and graduated Holmes Institute in 2014. She then went on to take the CSL Chaplain program and completed it in Dec. 2016.
Davine recently moved to Ft Collins with her wife, Liz Luoma, where she plans on being involved in whatever capacity she can at Unity of Ft. Collins. She will soon begin taking classes with the intention of being an Ordained Unity Minister.
January 2, 2020
December 24, 2019
Join us this Sunday, December 29th, for our new Spiritual Leader’s first talk! She will be talking about releasing.
As we come to the end of another year, it is good for us to take the time to reflect upon all that was part of 2019 for us.
Reflection is a necessary component as we realize the power we have in releasing what was, knowing that as we release we also open to that Something Greater that is now ready to be healed and revealed in the upcoming New Year!!
Come join us as we celebrate and release 2019, opening to the Greatest Good for all in 2020!!
December 19, 2019
Join us this Sunday as our own dear Franklin Taggart guest speaks for us.
All humans are myth makers and story tellers. Every one of us carries a story of life as we experience it.
As we come together, our stories blend with each other, creating an even greater narrative. The traditions we celebrate connect us with the stories of past ages, and as we add to our own understanding, even these traditions morph into new directions.
The process of blending our stories isn’t always easy. Many of our conflicts are rooted in mere differences in perception, as our central myths are challenged by different myths from other people and cultures.
The process of sorting out our individual stories and integrating them with each other is a messy one. It requires time and patience, but ultimately the process is worthwhile, resulting in a commonly held understanding that is deeper, wider, and longer than it was before.