Sunday, November 12: “Don’t Hold Your Questions Until the End”
Rev. Stacy Collins
Curiosity can be your superpower! But it can be difficult to remain curious when we feel overwhelmed in our lives. Even though we now have more access to information and connection than ever before, many of us end up feeling confused and isolated. It is precisely in these complex times when becoming curious can be our greatest gift. When we become willing to “not know”, when we courageously sit with our questions, a clarity of purpose arises and our hearts open to new ways of being with one another.
Parents: Please sign your children in at the Youth & Family Ministry building before the service.
The east section of the balcony is reserved for masking and distancing.
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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/