Join Us in the Sanctuary Sunday!

What people are saying: “I was a guest today. Thank you for welcoming me to your church. I could feel the love and spirituality the moment I walked in the door and was greeted with warm smiles. Everything about the service was beautiful and spoke to my soul. I am looking forward to next Sunday and becoming a more involved member of Unity. (I cannot help but think how appropriate the name Unity is.) Thank you for a wonderful day.” (Posted on our Facebook page on March 12.)

Unity Community Retreat & Celebration

Start Time: 3 p.m. Saturday, July 27 — Gather your friends and family for the Unity Funday and Camp Out, a special occasion dedicated to community connection, spiritual deepening and the great outdoors. This is not just an event; it’s an experience designed to bring us all closer together. Saturday Afternoon Workshops: • Creative Crafts: Spirit-focused craft projects to inspire your creativity and deepen your spiritual connection. • Labyrinth Walk: Join us at our beautiful labyrinth for a brief talk on the history and uses of labyrinths in spiritual practice, followed by a meditative labyrinth walk. • Garden Talk & Plant…

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August 4: Another Path: Inayatiyya

Jenn Greaves

Sunday, August 4, 10 a.m. — Guest Speaker Jenn Greaves will introduce another path of Unity that she is involved with, the Inayatiyya. It is a spiritual community that practices universal Sufism, which was brought to the West in 1910 by the Indian mystic Hazrat Inayat Khan. It is a path of Spiritual Liberty that honors and sees the unity of spiritual ideals in all of the major religions. It shares some common beliefs as Unity, and if it were a religion, it would be called the religion of the heart. Jenn will also lead a Healing Service, a group…

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Unity’s Got Talent Fundraiser Rescheduled

Friday, August 9, 7 p.m. — Step into the limelight at Unity’s Got Talent, where every performance is an act of joy and every audience member’s presence is a cherished contribution. Join us for an evening where talent and generosity create a symphony of community spirit. Highlights of the Evening: Dazzling talents: Be captivated by the diverse array of performances from our gifted community members. 50/50 raffle: Participate in our raffle for a chance to win and simultaneously contribute to our cause. Endless fun: A night filled with entertainment, camaraderie, and the warm glow of giving. Join Us with a…

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Living Peace, Practicing Nonviolence

Living Peace, Practicing Nonviolence: The Lessons of Jesus, Gandhi, and King For Today.  Saturday, September 28, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at St. Joseph’s College, 278 Whites Bridge Road, Standish, ME 04084. Join renowned author, activist, and peace teacher Fr. John Dear for an inspiring and transformative event. Drawing from the wisdom of Jesus, Mahatma Gandhi, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Fr. John will guide us in exploring the path of nonviolence as a powerful force for change in our world. During this event, you’ll discover: 1. Gospel Nonviolence: Fr. John will delve into the teachings of Jesus, emphasizing the call to practice nonviolence…

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August 25: Unity and A Course In Miracles

Sunday, August 25, 10 a.m. — Our guest speaker, Rev. Jim Fuller, is a graduate of the Unity School of Christianity and an ordained Unity minister. He served the Unity Church in Albany, NY from 2003 to 2015. He and  his wife Kay, an All Faith Minister, pioneered the Unity Spiritual Center of Charlotte from 2016 – 2019. Jim is a graduate of the University of North Carolina with degrees in art and psychology. Raised with Christian Science, spiritual matters have always been a focus for Jim. In 1987 he began what was to become an extended period of spiritual…

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The Gospel of Peace

Sunday, September 29, 10 a.m. — Fr. John Dear, our guest speaker, will be sharing from his new book, The Gospel of Peace, which is available in our bookstore. Fr. John Dear is a renowned peace advocate and Nobel Peace Prize nominee. As a priest and activist, he has directed the Fellowship of Reconciliation and served as a Red Cross chaplain after 9/11. With 85 arrests for peace activism, he’s traveled to global conflict areas, lectured extensively in the U.S., and pastored in New Mexico. He’s collaborated with Mother Teresa and Pope Francis on anti-death penalty efforts and nonviolence messages….

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Heart Thoughts: The Power of Conversation

We are living in extraordinary times on our planet right now. Here in Maine, we are experiencing temperatures that exceed what we have been used to for many years. We are witnessing unparalleled violence that we have not seen and watching a country become more divided. It is interesting that the message I delivered on Sunday has some answers for how we deal with all that I have just mentioned. In the book The Soul of Money, written by Lynne Twist, she shared about how she and her husband Bill dealt with the news of the stock market crash of…

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