Sunday Morning Services ~ The Widow's Mighty Gifts!
9:30am & 11:15am
This Sundays talk has taken an evolutionary turn for me.
As I was researching this talk, I came across a speech Charles Fillmore gave on October 18, 1931, titled “Prosperity.” He gave this speech almost two years to the day after the stock market crash October 24, 1929.
I was so taken with this talk, that I have decided to share his speech with you this coming Sunday. Of course, I will add my commentary. I think you will be amazed at how forward thinking Charles Fillmore was! He undoubtedly was a Prosperity teacher for the ages!
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 . . . Read More
Celebration Leader: Debbie Sweeney
Debbie Sweeney has been actively involved in Unity in Marin since December 2005. She has served UIM as a Worship Assistant, a teacher in the Lighter, Brighter, Healthier You Program, and serves on the Unity In Marin Education Team. Debbie is currently co-facilitating the Unleash the Genius Program which seeks to actively practice the Unity principals, providing a creative space to express what is uniquely ours to do, whether it is to start a . . . Read More
Musical Guest: Gypsy Soul -
Around the world with Gypsy Soul...
Authentic and excellent are the words most often used to describe Gypsy Soul and their music. The duo's multicultural heritage helps inform both their message and sound, attracting audiences with their soulful blend of Acoustic Rock, Pop, Blues and Jazz.
But it's the stories about the songs and their experiences traveling the country and the world as first generation immigrants from first generation . . . Read More