Sunday Service Podcast January 9th – Whitestone

“I think what we’ve learned over these past couple of years, is:  yeah, you set this intention, and then you better be ready to shift and change with whatever is happneing in the world.” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig returns to lead our annual Whitestone ceremony, which has new meaning in this time of Covid.…

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Sunday Service Podcast December 19th – Still Point

“I believe that the star symbolizes the true north for each one of us, metaphysically. It’s that calling, it’s that thing that always brings you joy.” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig steps into the Alchemy of Wisdom, using the Christmas story as well as the Solstice, for metaphysical inspiration. From the Christmas story, she points…

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Sunday Service Podcast September 26th – Michael Bogar

“Alchemy means ‘the pouring’ so the idea is pouring things together and mixing them up so that you have something entirely different after it’s all stirred. So the Alchemy of Relationship has behind it the notion… that this cosmos is the mixing bowl.” Guest speaker Michael Bogar returns to kick off our series on The…

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Sunday Service Podcast April 11th – Walk the Talk

“So the Alchemy of Leadership, then, is not about doing it all yourself, because you can’t turn lead into gold alone.” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig continues our series on leadership using examples from scripture, personal experience, expert authors, and … geese!  Nature has great lessons to offer us about vision, collaboration, and communication. Burnout…

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Sunday Service Podcast April 4th – Happy Easter

“So imagine if you will that this past year has been about fermentation, right? That there has been a remembering that has been happening.” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig ushers in a new Easter. With the pandemic abating, many of us are emerging from the tombs in perhaps a more profound way than ever before.…

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Sunday Service Podcast August 2nd – Are We There Yet?

“When we hope, we have energy… we have vitality, we have courage, and we’re able to keep moving forward. What we are experiencing right now is finite disappointment, but there’s always infinite hope. ” Rev. Karen Lindvig faces our current covid weariness head on, and uses Unity principles to find the glimmers of hope that…

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Sunday Service Podcast May 3rd – Mayday

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“This quarantine has given us the opportunity to step back from our lives in a way that we never could have done before… to ask ourselves: is it possible to begin to think differently?” Continuing our stay-at-home time, Rev. Karen uses two meanings of “Mayday”, the pagan springtime dance as well as the nautical distress…

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