Energy Healers of the Roanoke Valley, including some
of our Myrtle Fillmore Holistic Healing Center
practitioners, invite you to join us for an
Energy Healing Expo
April 13 1:00PM to 5:00PM
Come learn about and experience the many different
types of energy and holistic healing available in the Roanoke Valley . We will have many different modalities available for you to experience including Massage,
Access Bars, LaHoChi, Reiki, Spiritual
Psychotherapy, and more!
We will be selling tickets for $20 for 20 minutes of services($1/minute for additional time) Gift certificates
will also be available.
Join us Sunday, April 21, for any or all of our Easter Celebrations. Start the day at 7:00am for our Sunrise Service held in the beautiful Rose Garden (weather permitting). We follow that with breakfast in the Fellowship Hall. Next is our Communion Service at 9:00am which is followed by a second breakfast. At 11:00am, we offer a Celebration Service in the Sanctuary while our youth have an Easter Party in the Youth Ed Building. And the final celebration event is an Easter Egg Hunt for our youth. See the Calendar for more details.
Due to weather, all Services for Sunday, January 13 are canceled. Please stay safe and warm.
Reverend Howard Caesar was ordained as a Unity minister in 1976. In September of 2017, he left pulpit ministry to enter his next form of spiritual service which includes speaking, workshops, coaching, consulting, pilgrimages, and writing. He currently has an Amazon #1Best Seller, One + One is One. Rev. Caesar is recognized as one of the foremost leaders and speakers with the New Thought message, traveling the world to meet with spiritual leaders such as His Holiness, the Dali Lama. He is a founding member of the leadership Council of the Association for Global New Thought Alliance (AGNT) and previously served on the boards of International New Thought Alliance (INTA) as well as Unity Worldwide Ministries, Pavilion International Recovery Center, and other boards.
Love is a Verb
It has been said that the greatest spiritual imperative is to love. But how do we love with both strength and vulnerability, when to open our hearts to compassion is to also open our hearts to an awareness of the depth of suffering in the world? On Sunday, September 23rd – guest musician, international troubadour, and speaker Joe Jencks, will offer some ideas about how to love healing into being.
Joe Jencks blends vivid songwriting with well-crafted instrumentals, and serves it all up with a voice that has the edgy richness of a good sea-salt caramel. A 20-year veteran of the international Folk circuit, Jencks has penned several #1 songs in the Folk genre, including the ever–relevant “Lady of The Harbor.” Merging conservatory training with his Irish roots and working-class upbringing, Joe delivers engaged musical narratives filled with heart, soul, groove and grit. Jencks performs at concert halls, festivals, and spiritual communities throughout North America, and is known for his unique merging of musical beauty, social consciousness, and spiritual exploration. Recent releases include: The Forgotten and Poets, Philosophers, Workers, & Wanderers.
More information is available at: www.joejencks.com
You can also experience Joe live in concert on Saturday evening, Sept 22 at the Lotus Center. Seating is limited. Purchase your tickets at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3596960
Join us September 16th as we celebrate our past, present and future with a special Church Anniversary service! We will honor and experience our Oneness with ONE service at 10:00am, followed by a potluck.
Our own Gregory Goebel will share his gift of music with us.
Everyone is invited to bring a dish to share!
Reminder: ONE service at 10:00am!