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11 am | Sunday Morning Service | Rev. Michael Gott Live Stream

July 12 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT




Ernest Holmes said, “The divine plan is one of freedom.” What is God’s will for us? That we are free. We are meant to be free of any and all types of bondage. For this special Sunday Series, we will explore personal freedom and honor the freedoms we are guaranteed in our nation. This is a time of healing, a time of power, a time of great change. When we know the truth, we are set free. Join us as we celebrate and practice the freedom that we are meant to live.

July 12: “Freedom in Body”

11:00 Service Live Streamed at www.UnityHouston.org or www.facebook.com/UnityOfHouston

In Unity we truly believe that the body is the “temple of the Holy Spirit” as scripture teaches—that our physical bodies are expressions of spiritual truth. Our founders Myrtle and Charles Fillmore both experienced physical healing by the use of spiritual principle and practice. By aligning our mind and heart with spiritual wholeness, we can experience a new freedom in our bodies!

UNITY OF HOUSTON IS GLOBAL – Live Streaming Sunday Services

If you are one of our friends who live out of town, visit www.UnityHouston.org at 11:00 am CST on Sundays and watch the Sunday Services streamed on our home page or go to facebook.com/UnityOfHouston and ‘like’ our Unity of Houston Facebook page to watch LIVE!

You can also visit the Media Center section of our website for previous lessons and meditations.

Our Sunday morning services are conducted in the main Sanctuary and 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 nursery and Sunday School programs are open to children during our Sunday morning services. Childcare available.  For more information call our offices at 713-782-4050.


July 12
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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