The days are growing longer and at Unity of Dayton, Spring is in full spring! I love to see people here at Unity working in their gardens and flowerbeds. For many, working in nature reminds us of our oneness with God, with Mother Earth, and with our fellow travelers on this life journey. With the cold, snow, and ice behind us, now is the time to get back into the action at Unity of Dayton!
On April 26th, we hosted a video screening of A New Thought, A New You. Those who attended enjoyed the video and the thoughtful conversation that followed. We’ll be calling those who ordered copies of the DVD as soon as they arrive. Special thanks to Jane Robinson and Destiny Biltz for their help coordinating the video screening!
May is a busy month here at Unity. Steven Leigh is our new Office Assistant and he is doing a great job of catching up with projects that have been on hold. The Office Angel Team is growing and I’m grateful for everyone’s help with so many tasks in the church. From folding bulletins to placing supplies in the seat pockets, to cleaning the coffee pots, it takes a lot of volunteer hours for the church to run smoothly. Thanks to all who help in the building and on the grounds!
Your Board of Trustees spent the first weekend of May in Board Training. We are looking at things with fresh eyes and a deep sense of appreciation for the ever-unfolding consciousness of generosity and abundance here. The grounds are beautiful, our finances are improving, the Spirit of love is strong and inviting. At Unity of Dayton… we’ve got it goin’ on!
Just a reminder… I have an open door policy and will be happy to meet with you if you have questions or concerns. Just call the office and we’ll make an appointment. You may also ask questions or make suggestions with any of our Board members. Also, if you have a need for spiritual counseling, Rev. Sue is available on a suggested love offering basis. We are here to serve.
And now… a sneak preview of summer… “Spiritual Cinema Sundays.” The first four Friday evenings in July, we’ll be watching a movie at 7 pm. On the following Sunday morning at 11 am, my lesson will be based upon that movie. You’ll be amazed at the spiritual messages hidden in plain sight! Whoever said church couldn’t be fun!
Again, I’m grateful for the opportunity to serve such an alive, awake, alert, and enthusiastic spiritual community. We are co-creating and living our mission statement… “We welcome all as we create loving community, teach universal Truth, practice spiritual principles, and live life abundantly.”
In loving service,