Heaven and Hell in a Handbasket

At the 11:00 am service on Sunday, May 16th, we will explore the wisdom of that great 13th-century Sufi mystic and poet, Shams-i Tabrīzī.

Shams, which means “the Sun” in Arabic, was Rumi’s spiritual teacher and guru. “Shams said that heaven and hell are both right here and right now, and we have the choice to go to either place in a handbasket,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous notes.

ReUnity: Better Than Even Before!

May 11, 2021 The Divinity School at Duke University publishes a wonderful and widely read newsletter called ALBAN. I have found its articles to be often “spot on” for key issues that face modern spiritual communities. Recently, the editor of ALBAN noted that when the pandemic started over a year…

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Myrtle Fillmore: The Mother of the Unity Movement

Today is Mother’s Day! At the 11:00 am service we will explore the life, wisdom, and teachings of Myrtle Fillmore.

“Myrtle Fillmore was the co-founder, and mother, of the Unity movement. She was the one who first had the spiritual experience that led to the creation of Unity. When the chips appear to be down, it is Myrtle’s healing words and writings that I often turn to,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous explains.