Sunday Morning Services~ The Boondock Saints!
9:30am & 11:15am
Saints are ordinary people who do what they do for the love of one another. Saints say what they must say without fear, love their neighbors even when they are cursed by them, and live without regret over yesterday or fear of tomorrow. Saints lend a hand to strangers despite differences of religion, gender, race and class. Please join us this Sunday at Unity In Marin’s Fall Festival, as we explore the saints that have gone before us, the saints that are among us today, and our youngest saints that are yet to come. Here on the Sunday before All Hallows Eve, a time when we remember the saints who have gone before us, it is important to remember that each of us is capable of sainthood – I want to believe that is truly who we are.
Led By: Reverend Medora Gordon - Director of Education Ministry
I came to Unity in Marin in 2003 and soon discovered the joy there is in working in a positive, supportive, and devoted spiritual community. I began work as the Director of the Education Ministry in 2004, entered Unity Worldwide Ministries’ Field Licensing Program in 2008, and became an Ordained Unity Minister in 2011.
I have a life-long passion for learning and spiritual practice, and after attending high school in San Rafael, CA, I went on to . . . Read More
Celebration Leader: Carolyn Gauthier
Carolyn Gauthier came out of the womb singing! Her father was a professor of music and choir director at the family’s church. Her mother played piano and sang at home as well as in the sanctuary. From the time Carolyn could see over the pews she was singing in the children’s choir.
As an adult Carolyn sang with the nationally renowned gospel choir The Lighthouse Singers of Marin for 20 years, had her own band Full Circle for 30 years and plays . . . Read More
Musical Guest: Thompsonia -
Thompsonia combines Eric & Suzy Thompson’s deep devotion to southern roots music with daughter Allegra’s fresh perspective, creating feel-good music that richochets between the rowdy and the sentimental, with an abundance of groove and a bit of a quirky edge. Suzy and Allegra’s genetically-matched vocals (dubbed “The Everly Sisters sound” by Geoff Muldaur) are featured, along with stellar lead playing from Eric on mandolin and guitar. In . . . Read More