Unity Church of Georgetown

Sunday Message

A Flourishing Life, Part 2 – Sept. 15, 2019

          It rained this week. I was looking for something in my closet and wondered, what is that noise? It’s been that long. I stepped outside and was instantly struck by rain’s sweet aroma, a cleansing, a quenching of something parched deep within, a smell of hope and renewal.    … Read More

What is Truly Worth Desiring? – Sept. 8, 2019

That may be one of the most critical questions we ask. How do our desires promote—or detract—from a flourishing life? Join us this Sunday as we continue a conversation about what Volf asserts is the entirety of the Christian faith: flourishing life—good life, true life, abundant life, or the life that really is life.

Events

New Member Class – October 13th & 20th

Join Cathy Schwanke, LUT for the New Member Class. We will explore the history of New Thought, Unity History and Unity Georgetown’s own history in this 2 day class.

Unity Prayer Class – Online Mondays, Oct. 7 – Nov. 4

Affirmative meditative prayer is at the heart of the Unity spiritual path. The Unity way of prayer is ultimately aimed at the experience of the Divine and Realization of the practitioner’s Divine Potential.

The Lively and Divine Mythical Stories

Ann Kennedy and Pam Braunig are happy to present The Lively and Divine Mythical Stories, a six-week class featuring mythical insights from Joseph Campbell and Carl Jung, at 3:30 on Thursdays beginning September 26th. The cost of this program will be $60 for all six weeks, including a love donation to Unity Church of Georgetown.… Read More

Chair Yoga

Join Roberta this Sunday for our first Chair Yoga Class!

The UCOG Children’s Program is happening!

On Saturday, June 1st a small group of UCOG members gathered together in the Public Library.  We chatted and connected and generally had a great time, and the UCOG Children’s program was born! 

The Universal Christ – Summer Series

Make plans now to participate in the Sizzling Summer Sermon Series at Unity Church of Georgetown based on  The Universal Christ by Richard Rohr. The Center for Action and Contemplation has made available fantastic resources we can use, including study guides, podcasts, and a walking meditation.