At the September 25th 11:00 am in-person and live streaming services, we begin a new series that looks at Unity and World Religions.
“Recently, it has sometimes felt like we are trying to steer a ship through difficult waters, and that ship has no rudder. However, the spiritual traditions from around the globe can provide us with so many insights for dealing with these choppy waters,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous says.
The Sessions Band also is playing at the September 25th service.
Former Unity of Roanoke Valley Board member Peg Sorrentino recently attended an incredible retreat by Eckhart Tolle.
This Sunday, September 11th, at the 11:00 am in-person and live streaming services, Peg will share his extraordinary teachings and loving and powerful presence.
“The title of my talk, ‘From Calamity to Sanity,’ describes the hardships that began my journey, the ups and downs in between, and the awareness and humility that ended it,” Peg notes.
Peg is a licensed clinical social worker, a former professor at Radford University, and a lecturer with VCU. She has been a Unity of Roanoke Valley member since 1987 and has been practicing meditation for 40 years.
We will explore Unity’s Third Principle and Walt Disney’s famous train rides at the Sunday, September 4th, 11:00 am in-person service and live streaming service.
“Unity’s third principle centers on the creative power and importance of our thoughts and feelings. Several key train rides taken by Walt Disney drive home the importance of Unity’s third principle, “Rev. Dr. Rick Belous explains.
At the Sunday, August 21st in-person and live streamed 11:00 am service, we will look at Jane Goodall’s fourth key reason for Hope.
“Jane’s fourth solid reason for hope is what she calls the ‘indomitable human spirit.’ She shows how we have triumphed in the past even when the chips were down. These times have turned into some of our finest moments that have led to quantum spiritual leaps,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous notes.
At the Sunday, July 31st, 11:00 am in-person service and YouTube service, we will look at Jane Goodall and the resilience of nature.
“Dr. Goodall shows that nature can be highly cooperative and resilient if we are willing to work with nature. The resilience of nature is a clear reason why Jane Goodall has so much hope for the future,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous explains.
This July 31st message is part of a Sunday series on Jane Goodall’s new work, The Book of Hope.
At the Sunday, July 24th, 11:00 am in-person service and YouTube service, we will look at Jane Goodall’s first solid reason for hope.
“While many people have become pessimistic during these seemingly grim times, Dr. Goodall believes that there are solid reasons for hope. Her first reason is our amazing consciousness. She points out how our expanding consciousness – both the intellect and spiritual forces – have saved us so many times,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous notes.
Rev. Rick’s talk is based on Jane Goodall’s new book, The Book of Hope.
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