Heart Thoughts: Lent

Swing wide the doors, and we did that this past Sunday. We had our first in person service since Christmas Eve. The energy was high, and folks were so glad to see one another. I want to thank all who joined us online as well. I know for some of you who live out of state you now can join us on Sunday mornings as we continue with livestreaming. There are those of you who are choosing to join online and are not ready to come into group settings and we understand. On Sunday we did a short survey asking…

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Heart Thoughts: Eric Butterworth

Well in just a few days we will be holding in person services again. I know it is met with mixed reviews. For some of you being back in person is what you have been waiting for. For some of you the number of cases of the virus are still too high and you are much more comfortable staying at home. Wherever you land we can assure you that we will be with you on Sunday morning. It is our hope that with this opening we will be able to reestablish some of the services we have had in the…

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Heart Thoughts: Frank Whitney

WOO HOO! The Board met last night and unanimously agreed to reopen for in person services on March 6. Masks will still be required, and coffee and tea will be available after the service. We are cautiously optimistic that our opening will be permanent; however, we are ready to pivot if need be and go back to just online. Online will be available as it has been, and we will continue to be hybrid going forward. March 6 will be the first Sunday in Lent and because we were unable to do our regular White Stone Service there will be…

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Heart Thoughts: Ernest Wilson

As I was thinking about what I would share with you this week, I got a text saying isn’t this around the time you became the full-time minister at Unity Center for Spiritual Growth. I usually think of August 1 as my start date, but that was as temporary minister. It was February 12, 2012, when I signed as the permanent minister. At our board meeting later this month I will once again sign a new contract. The board and I discussed my contract coming up for renewal and we both determined we would go for another five years. A…

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