Blessing for the Children
When we look into your eyes, we see the face of God and know God’s love.
May you always see and feel that love reflected in us.
May you know the presence of God is always with you.
Each year, Unity of Gainesville holds a congregational or members meeting to give you updates on the accomplishments of the past year, the present financial condition, and other church business. At this year’s meeting, we will also elect a board alternate and make a revision to our by-laws.
Copies of the suggested By-law change are on the back table at the church and also can be accessed through this link:
At the beginning of a new year we often find ourselves reflecting on our mission to see if we have accomplished what we set out to do or if we need to make adjustments along our course. I have read that a pilot on an airplane is off course more than 90% of the flight time. Pilots are constantly adjusting get back on course avoiding other air traffic, watching weather patterns, and catching tail winds while trying to stay on schedule. Adjusting is a natural part of the journey, and we do finally make it to our destination.
Some years ago a group of men from Unity of Gainesville came together with a desire to support each other in their spiritual growth. Out of this common interest, we created our Vision and Purpose statements.
Our Vision… “As a group of men, we come together to support each other in our
NOW Is the Acceptable Time
By Anne Hammer
The ACIM discussion group meets on Monday evening from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. here at Unity of Gainesville. Here is a recent communication to the group.
Last Sunday, I spoke on Practices of the Mystic’s Path. Who is the mystic? You are the mystic because you are a seeker. Four practices that I talked about were miracles, angels, forgiveness, and meditation. I received a lot of positive comments on this talk, especially on the part about angels where I shared a bedtime prayer. I thought it worthy of sharing it here for all our readers.
Four corners round my bed.
Four angels round my head.
One to watch; two to pray.