Everyone and Everything Belongs

The World Religion Series we just completed at Unity of South Bay was a reminder of larger community. Having visits from the leaders of the different faith groups we covered (Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism and Islam) made us more aware of spiritual communities beyond our own. It was one of…

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Grateful for Unity

My mother introduced me to “New Thought” when I was a teenager. She used to subscribe to Science of Mind magazine back then, and she would share passages and articles with me and we would discuss it for hours! (Science of Mind was the original name of what became “Religious…

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Exploring Judaism

One of my dear friends is Jewish. She and I lived with several other roommates in San Francisco in the late ’60s. We also traveled through Mexico together. She did not really practice her faith, but when we returned to Salt Lake City, I was invited to meet her very…

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Exploring Christianity

Many who find Unity have left a more “mainstream” Christian Church. Or others are unchurched or already metaphysically or mystically inclined. So Unity easily becomes a match with its basic principles, lack of dogma, and acceptance of all people. Since in Unity we differ in some of our beliefs from…

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