Sunday Service Podcast November 1st – The Twilight Zone

“Each one of us has to stop and do our inner work…every single one of us has a step that we can take.. and what ever small steps you take can affect the whole.” Rev. Karen Lindvig returns with our own Worship Arts team, for our first live-streamed service, auspiciously scheduled on All Saints Day,…

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Sunday Service Podcast October 25th – Pause for Praise

“When an idea comes from that great galaxy of supreme ideas it goes forth in strength and harmony.” Rev. Maggie Alderman joins us from New Braunfels, Texas, to talk about our most core Unity beliefs. Our principles are much easier to hold on to when things are going well. But how do we experience the…

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Sunday Service Podcast October 18th – The Hidden Gifts of Grief

“I’ve come to be aware that grief slowly creeps into every part of us… it finds its way into the cells of our body… every aspect of our lives. So I’ve decided my only option is to make friends with grief.” Guest speaker Rev. Meghan Brooks Smith gives a resonant and well-timed talk. Using stories…

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Sunday Service Podcast October 12th – Guardians of the Soul

“Dogs come when you call them. Cats take a message and say they’ll get back to you later.” Today is our annual Pet Blessing Day, and senior minister Rev. Karen Lindvig takes a lighthearted look at how animals enrich our lives and help us manifest our best, most authentic selves.  She notes the new ways…

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Sunday Service Podcast September 27th – Myrtle’s Gift

Rev. Karen re-visits the core spiritual tool of prayer, in its various forms, as a great way to navigate current challenges.  Examining the healing and affirmation works of Myrtle Fillmore, she encourages us to re-invigorate our prayer practice. Worship Arts include group recordings from Seattle Unity band, Erin McGaughan, Olivia Hamilton, Jesse Whitford, David Loy,…

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Sunday Service Podcast September 20th – Walking Through Fire

“It is no longer a theory; it is what is. And perhaps we can use this Equinox energy to accept where we are and surrender to a higher power.” With the fires, the hurricanes, and virus, Rev. Karen acknowledges our current upheavals.  She looks at some lessons offered by 12 step processes, and incorporates nature…

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Sunday Service Podcast September 13th – Who’s on Your Shoulder

“What is your spiritual practice, that disengages you from the Ego and the Pain Body, where you can have that space? Is it mindful meditation, is it yoga, is it tai chi, is it walking in nature?” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig returns to explore the image of an angel on one shoulder and the…

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Sunday Service Podcast September 6th – Release & Forgive

“We take our stuff, we throw it on our back, and then we walk into the next situation, we take down our stuff and we plunk it right into our new situation.  We bring our stuff from the past… and put it right down into our future.” Associate minister Diane Robertson welcomes her ministerial school…

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Sunday Service Podcast August 30th – All In This Together

“Are we looking through the glass, and looking for the horizon… or are we focusing on the spots on the window?” Guest speaker Don Barton joins us from Christ Church Unity in Orlando, Florida, bringing his Florida flavor, along with some lovely underscoring from the CCU staff pianist. Don looks at the Unity principle of…

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Sunday Service Podcast August 23rd – The Descent of Spirit

“So Abraham then, represents this call that we get, that says, hey, there’s more to this world than eating, drinking, and sleeping.  There’s more to this world than what I am currently experiencing.” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig explores that something more, which we access through our spiritual practices. When we forget our practice we…

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Sunday Service Podcast August 16th – Time Between Time

“I’m wondering if it’s that we’ve stepped out of clock time.  Not totally, not a hundred percent, but in many ways we have stepped out of clock time.” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig examines how the concept of time has changed due to the virus.  She weaves in historical contexts like The Spanish Flu, as…

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