Sunday Morning Services ~ Loving, Living, & Leaving a Legacy

Living Loving and Leaving a Legacy  

These are not three separate things they are intertwined. How we live and love are huge components of our legacy. How we care for others while we're living, including plans we put in place for after we make our transition, is what will be remembered. What will our legacy be?

Rev Bill Englehart

P.S. After 2nd service there will be a free seminar to get questions answered about wills and trusts. All are welcome.

Sunday, May 21st
9:30am & 11:15am
Rev. Bill Englehart

Living Loving and Leaving a Legacy  

These are not three separate things they are intertwined. How we live and love are huge components of our legacy. How we care for others while we're living, including plans we put in place for after we make our transition, is what will be remembered. What will our legacy be?

Rev Bill Englehart

P.S. After 2nd service there will be a free seminar to get questions answered about wills and trusts. All are welcome.

Led By: Reverend Bill Englehart - Senior Minister

Bill Englehart is an ordained Unity Minister. He is currently serving as the senior minister at Unity Church in Marin county California. He is a powerful and memorable speaker with a passion for sharing the practical application of Unity teachings. Before being called to ministry, he was an expatriate living in London, working for a Fortune 50 company as an International Human Resources Director. Bill is a Black Belt Martial Artist and an accomplished Black and White photographer, who has had several gallery shows.
Bill also serves on the Board of Trustees for Unity School.
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Celebration Leader: Tom McAuliffe

I have been a member of Unity In Marin since 1988. After spending a year sitting in the back row of the sanctuary, I began my service ministry as an usher. Over the years I have been involved in or have had leadership roles in various service initiatives including fundraising, men's groups, and campus work parties. I served on the Board of Trustees from 2007 to 2014 and was Board president for many of those years. I love to teach others the Unity Principles that have so inspired me. I taught the 4T prosperity class from 2003 to 2014, as well as the Mastermind Prayer Process. Currently I lead the mindfulness meditation class on Monday evenings. If I have any real gift to offer, it is to see beyond apparent limitations to the true beauty, power and light within us all. . . . Read More

Musical Guest: Deborah Winters -

A lifelong resident of the San Francisco Bay Area, Deborah Winters' childhood was immersed in music and dance. Heavily influenced by her father, who pursued the drums as a young man, and by her mother, who was a professional ballet dancer for the Oakland Metropolitan Ballet Company, Deborah developed a passion for music, dance and the theatre at a very early age. Big Band sounds rang through the household where Deborah and her father listened to the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Stan Kenton and Woody Herman, to name a few.
During her adolescent years, while moving around the country with her family, Deborah commenced her study of voice and the guitar. Deborah became increasingly influenced by singer/songwriters such as James Taylor, Joni Mitchell and Rickie Lee Jones. As an acting/theatre major in college, Deborah sought to combine her love of music, dance and art through the stage as a musical actress. However, her ongoing desire to sing and play the guitar in intimate settings kept pulling at her heartstrings. This led to Deborah playing clubs and finding her way into the studio to record a few of her own compositions before graduating.
As her musical palate expanded to include jazz standards and contemporary musical forms, Deborah began to perform in San Francisco and establish musical alliances with some of the Bay area’s most highly acclaimed performers, including legendary drummer Tony Williams, singers Bobby McFerrin and his Voicestra group, pianist/arranger Frank Martin, and Brazilian guitarist Jose Neto.
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