We currently have one service each Sunday at 11:00 am. When attendance increases we will return to our regular schedule of two services each Sunday.
Masks are no longer mandatory for those who are fully vaccinated! We understand that there are many reasons you may prefer to continue wearing masks, and we support your decision. We trust that those who have not been fully vaccinated or choose not to be vaccinated will continue to wear a mask while at URV. We encourage everyone to follow social distancing guidelines. If you have any acute respiratory symptoms or other signs of being sick, we ask that you stay home, take care of yourself, and watch the YouTube service.
Our YFM program is back in action! Bring your children with you on Sunday – they will enjoy the expanded program under our new director, Dawn Rees-Blakeman.
On Sunday, September 19th, at the 11:00 am in-person service and YouTube service, we will start a six-week exploration of “The Book of Joy” by the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Spirit Circles begin this week, meeting in people’s homes, at URV, and online. Each circle will study the great insights on Joy expressed in this wonderful book.
“The Dalai Lama and Archbishop show us how we can have this joy despite what is going on in the outside world. It is such a timely book for what we are going through right now,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous notes.
A key saying in New Thought is: “Change your thinking, and you change your life.”
“But how do we change our thinking, and isn’t that an impossible task?” many ask.
“Changing our thinking is not a difficult task if we use Archimedes’ lever. Join us as we explore how to change our thinking at the Sunday, September 5th, 11:00 am service and YouTube service,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous notes.
Archimedes was one of the leading mathematicians and scientists in the ancient world. He said, “Give me a firm place to stand, and I can move the world.” This principle still works today!
At the Sunday, August 22nd, 11:00 am service and YouTube service, we will look at a condition that has blocked many from spiritual growth.
“This condition is called terminal uniqueness. It happens when a person, in theory, believes that great spiritual principles – like Unity‘s Five Basic Principles – work only for other people. This person does not believe that those same spiritual principles work for them,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous explains.
“There are ways to move beyond terminal uniqueness,” he adds.
At the Sunday, August 1st, 11:00 am service and YouTube service, we will look at the benefits of, and power from, letters, emails, phone calls, and visits of thanksgiving and gratitude.
“Author Gina Hamadey has written an incredible book (I Want to Thank You) that shows us how we can get in the consciousness of thanksgiving and gratitude even during difficult times,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous notes.
At the July 18th 11:00 am service and YouTube service, we again will look at the poet Jacqueline Suskin, who believes that there is a poet and artist within each and every one of us.
“When we can get in touch with this internal poet and artist inside of us, we can experience major spiritual advances. Jacqueline suggests various things we can realistically do to unleash our inner splendor – to borrow a phrase from the poet Robert Burns,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous says.
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Unity of Roanoke Valley
3300 Green Ridge Road
Roanoke, VA 24019 Get a map Phone: 540-562-2200