Sunday, September 5: “No Strangers Here”
The world we have been living in for the last year and a half has seemed to underscore our differences, our prejudices and fears, and has challenged our sense of belonging and connection. With masked faces and distanced gestures instead of handshakes and hugs, it can feel as though we are estranged, even from neighbors, friends, and family. Rev. Karen will explore what “Oneness” really means and how we can use it as a spiritual understanding for our psychological, emotional, and even physical experience in a changing world.
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You can also visit the Media Center section of our website for previous lessons and meditations.
Our Sunday morning services are open for in-person attendance and they are livestreamed. They are our most well-attended services during the week. These services incorporate an uplifting music program, guided meditation and a positive, thought-provoking message delivered. Our Youth & Family Ministry is open, currently for children 18 months and older. For more information, visit https://unityhouston.org/family-children/youth/