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Rev. Kathy McCall

Rev. Kathy McCall

Our Minister, Rev. Kathy McCall, shares words of wisdom here each week. Come back often for insight, inspiration, and motivation for living a more meaningful, spiritually directed life.


Remember and Celebrate

Last week I performed a memorial service for a woman who passed away in her 90s. Her daughter called me from Indiana and arranged the service from a distance. She belonged to a Unity church there and wanted a Unity service for her mother, who had lived in Hawthorne. It…

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The Remedy for Stress

Staying centered in the midst of a challenge is something we aspire to. How do we attain a peaceful mind… especially with the outer turmoil in the world and in our daily lives? We may feel stress about work, money, relationships, health, our life purpose, and any number of other…

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The Embodiment of Love

When I learned that I was to be a mother for the first time I was ecstatic, even though my husband and I had recently separated. I remember climbing into the car in a daze, and then as I drove east toward the Salt Lake City Wasatch Mountain Range, I…

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Are You Expecting Miracles?

If you stop to think about it and list the miracles in your life, you will be amazed! It is truly amazing grace! As a matter of fact, no matter what we might be going through, we can expect a miracle. Whatever the concern or the crisis — financial, health,…

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Want to Know God? Surrender

Surrender is such an important key for us to let go of our problems and turn them over to God. Whatever challenge we may have, when we let go and surrender to the Divine, we feel God moving in to hold us — we feel the universe rushing in to…

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Rise Up and Reclaim Your True Identity!

It’s resurrection time again! That means we must to be ready to sacrifice the old and embrace the new. Are you ready? It can be quite a challenge to release and let go of favorite habits, negative thinking, fear, resentment, and a host of ego’s behaviors. For some, it is…

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Questions to Ask Yourself

Spring is here and Easter is almost upon us! We can see it in the flower buds starting to blossom, in the slightly warmer weather, in the feeling of anticipation in the air. This is the time of new beginnings. The Spring Equinox should be the real “New Year,” according…

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Spring Festival is Upon Us!

Sunday the 14th is the first day of Holy Week. It represents the last week in the life of Jesus, complete with all of its ups and downs: from the high of baptism, to the low of temptation, to the high of teaching, to the low of casting out the…

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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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