Who Moved My Cheese?

In this month in which we are witnessing global transformations on many levels, this message takes a look at how flexible and nimble we are in embracing change. How willing are we to let go of all the past represents? Are we ready to be the creators we came here to be in creating our New Earth? Join guest speaker Rev. Marge Brown today, March 19th, as we explore these vital questions!

We apologize for the inconvenience, but we are not able to livestream the service this Sunday. We invite you to join us in person! You can also view previous Sunday services at this link: https://www.youtube.com/@UnityofRoanokeValley

I Am a Child of God

In 1886, Myrtle Fillmore’s life was forever changed upon hearing the words, “I am a child of God, and therefore do not inherit sickness.” Imagine if we believed those words as Myrtle believed them. Picture how our lives and the world would be transformed! From Rev. Matt’s miraculous story of healing from cancer in his brain, your spirit will be renewed in the truth that you are a child of God, and therefore you do not inherit sickness or lack. Join Rev. Matt Jones this Sunday, March 12th, to hear these inspiring stories!

Stay after the service and join Rev. Matt for his inspiring presentation, Metaphysical Buffet, at 1:00 pm!

To watch the livestream, click here: https://www.youtube.com/@UnityofRoanokeValley

Still Lots to Learn from Bunnies, Turtles, Lions, Foxes, and More

Around 500 B.C., legend has it that a slave, some say African, some say Greek, told stories using a myriad of animals to teach us humans right actions and right thoughts. Many tales exposed the workings of the ego, prompting Peg Sorrentino, psychotherapist, writer, and long-time Unity member, to ponder what Jesus, the Buddha, and Eckhart Tolle would have to say about these morality tales. Join Peg today, February 19th, for a fun yet profound trip through a few of Aesop’s stories and their implications for us in this present time.

To watch the livestream, click here: https://www.youtube.com/@UnityofRoanokeValley

Faith, Hope, and Charity

February is sometimes called the month of love because of Valentine’s Day on the 14th. What does the Bible have to say about love and charity? Join us at Unity of Roanoke Valley on Sunday, February 12th, at 11:00 am as we explore the deeper meaning of Charity.

We will celebrate Valentine’s Day with “Sweet Sunday” treats after the service. Feel free to bring in something tasty to share!

To watch the livestream, click here: https://www.youtube.com/@UnityofRoanokeValley

Bravely and Boldly Leading with Light

*** UPDATE ***

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we will not be able to livestream this Sunday service. We invite you to join us in person!

Join Jeremy and Andrea Johnson on Sunday, February 5th, as they discuss how Unity principles can be viewed through a leadership lens and how we can be of service to our community.

Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

Join Rev. Ginny Roll this Sunday, January 29th! Have you ever read a children’s book and found that it spoke to you as an adult? You realize that the pages contain the wisdom of the ages. Well, this Sunday, we will open the pages of Dr. Seuss’s book, “Oh, The Places You’ll Go.”

Dr. Seuss wrote this book at the end of his life. It doesn’t matter if we are at the beginning of our lives, somewhere in the middle, or nearing the end; there are always places for us to go. Just when we think we have lived it all, learned it all, God has just one more surprise, another place for us to go in this lifetime and the next.

Dr. Seuss says it so beautifully: Today is your day! Your life is waiting … So get on your way!

Our Unity of Roanoke Valley Annual Meeting and election will occur after the Sunday Service at 12:30 pm in the Sanctuary. Please attend.

To watch the livestream, click here: https://www.youtube.com/@UnityofRoanokeValley

Caring for Our Neighbors

Join Delegate Sam Rasoul this Sunday, January 15th, for our 11:00 am service. “Caring for Our Neighbors” is inspired by his guiding philosophy, which starts with the Golden Rule: Treat others as you would want to be treated. Sam has a passion for identifying common struggles we all share, and bringing people together to fight for the common good. He leads with his values of Truth, Love, and Grit.

Sam Rasoul has been serving Virginians as the delegate from Roanoke since he was first elected in 2014. He has a background in healthcare administration, nonprofit management, finance, and organizational change. In 2008, Sam was the youngest candidate in the US for Congress. In 2016, he launched the Impact Center, which has helped support and train more than 1,000 activists and candidates across Virginia to win through the science of trust and coalition-building. Sam lives in Roanoke with his spouse, Layaly, and their three children. To watch the livestream, click on this link and look for the most recent video: https://www.youtube.com/@UnityofRoanokeValley