Father’s Day

Fathers’ Day can bring up a lot of feelings for us. We have all had different relationships with “father.” Some have been close to their dad, others have been distant, and some have grown up without the presence of a father at all. One thing we all share is that…

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Unity v1.0

Sunday, June 24, 10:30 a.m. Service — Guest Speaker Ken Harrison, President/Director, Unity Church of Alhambra Foundation. A back-to-basics discussion about the Fillmores and the five Unity Principles. The differences between Unity/New Thought and traditional Christianity. What are differences in prayer and meditation? Why are we here, in this church,…

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Prosperity Plus II

Thursdays, June 28-August 30, 7-9 p.m. Repeated Fridays, June 29-August 31, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Facilitated by Bonnie Clark. Prosperity Plus II: Harnessing Your Invisible Power, is a 10-Week Experiment In Abundant Living. This prosperity course is taught “virtually” by globally renowned spiritual teacher and best-selling author, Mary Morrissey. The program…

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Party Season Begins!

June through December, our members and friends host fabulous parties! These parties give us an opportunity to get to know each other better and to raise funds for Unity of South Bay. We will come together for a series of whole-church kick-off party events. Here is the schedule: Daniel Nahmod…

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Awesome Sunday Music Line-up!

Join us at 10:30 a.m. Sundays, not just for inspiring and thought-provoking messages, but for fantastic music, as well. Jonas Sills, our Music Director, is a singer, performer, conductor, producer, teacher, and lover of music. He has performed with multiple opera and musical theater companies all around the area, as well…

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Open Yourself to More Fun & Joy

Rev. Kathy McCall

This Sunday is our Comedy Concert with Jonas Sills and Friends. I think it takes divine audacity to attempt comedy, whether it’s through speaking, singing, or writing. It means taking a risk to step out in confidence, knowing that things can go either way. I know I could never be…

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