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ONLINE SERVICE ONLY – March 15, 2020

We shall discover that it is much more important to change and to do that which is really best for our progress and our health than it is to be smugly consistent or to make the excuse that we have always done thus  . . .Myrtle Fillmore, How to Let God Help You  **VERY IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT… Read More


Please join us for Service online this Sunday morning at 10:30 AM. WE WILL NOT BE HOLDING AN IN-PERSON EVENT AT THE CHAMBER We will be live broadcasting on Zoom. The link to join the Service is You may want to join us a little early to make sure that you can log-in correctly.… Read More

Who is Your Neighbor? – March 1, 2020

Who, exactly, are our neighbors? What does loving them look like? Are there those you leave out of your circle of love? This Sunday we will explore what building community looks like and how navigating this terrain begins within us.  Joni Lorraine will be our Guest Speaker this Sunday.  Joni is a long time Prayer… Read More

The Transfiguration – February 23, 2020

Last week I quoted William H. Lamar, pastor of the Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C., who said: “The church’s language is not spectator language. It does work, and it has work to do.” The story known as The Transfiguration (Luke 9:28-36) is a workhorse of a story. In the history of ideas… Read More

“Tolerance” – February 16, 2020

In the height of World War II, the Daily Word for August 29th, 1942 was “Tolerance” and the message said: Tolerance of the social, political, and religious beliefs and practices of other people is more than indifference. It is an attitude of friendly interest, a desire to see the other fellow’s point of view. It may… Read More

Faith. Hope. Love. – February 9, 2020

Faith. Hope. Love. What exactly is it that we hope for? Do we invest our faith in the hope that Love will somehow triumph? How exactly will that come about? How many affirmations do we have to write or is something more required? Last week we explored perhaps one of the most critical turning points… Read More

In the Beginning – February 2, 2020

In the beginning was the Word . . .           This opening clause, from perhaps one of the most famous sentences in all of Western civilization, contains one of the foundational premises of Unity co-founders Charles and Myrtle Fillmore’s theology. The Fillmore’s were following a long line of those whose lives… Read More

Is There an Inner Reality? – January 19, 2020

    In the book How to Let God Help You, Unity co-founder Myrtle Fillmore is quoted as saying: “the mistake some Unity teachers make is that they believe in Christ intellectually and deal with this truth intellectually whereas spiritual things must be spiritually judged. They have no idea of the esoteric [inner, mystical] meaning… Read More

The Church’s Business – January 12, 2020

Arise, shine; for your light has come,and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you. Isaiah 60:1The church’s business is simple really; it is in the business of: faith—not the fair-weather kind, but the kind that holds up in stormy weather; hope—not the Pollyanna kind, but that which is grounded in Truth and experience,… Read More