Sundays at Unity Church
Sunday worship at Unity Church is a cornerstone of our religious community. It is where we envision and create a new reality for a better world. It allows us to come together for community and deepen our individual spirit. It is about us coming together as a religious family. It is where we practice being our best selves. It is an encounter with mystery and awe to plumb our spiritual depths.
During the church year, worship services are held at 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 4:30 p.m., except where noted. From the Sunday before Memorial Day through the Sunday before Labor Day, there is just one service each week at 10:00 a.m.
The entrance to the Sanctuary is at 733 Portland Avenue and parking is available in the church's lot on the corner of Portland Avenue and St. Albans Street. Map and Directions
March Sunday Worship
March 1: One Step in Front of the Other: the Dance of Resilience
What is resilience? Why is it a worship theme this month? Who exemplifies a resilient life? Rev. Janne Eller-Isaacs and worship associate Richard Lau will offer their reflections on the meaning of resilience.
Offering recipient: Women's Advocates
March 8: Teaching Resilience
The word resilience is generally understood to be a quality of being that allows us to overcome difficulties and return to our best selves. It calls for us to return to the place T.S. Eliot called “the still-point.” Though some are more naturally resilient than others, resilience can be learned. Rev. Rob Eller-Isaacs and worship associate Kara Younkin Viswanathan will look at how resilience can be taught and how a sense of home provides the necessary base for learning.
Offering recipient: Beacon Interfaith Rental Assistance Initiative
March 15: Waking Up and Loving the World All Over Again
In the face of the ongoing struggles and challenges of our lives, it takes strength and courage to keep our hearts open and our hope strong. Rev. Lisa Friedman and worship associate Lia Rivamonte will explore how we cultivate a personal practice of resilience and the journey we must take within ourselves to persevere and greet each day anew.
Offering recipient: Protect Minnesota
Emergency evacuation drill after all three serves. Click here for details.
March 22 • Story Sunday
Two Arches That Lean Into a Strength: Unity Church
Faith and church have a role to play in creating communities that inspire resilience and resilient living. We are stronger when we march with arms linked together. Rev. Janne Eller-Isaacs and worship associate Jake Rueter will explore the importance of collective resilience.
Offering recipient: Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)
Story Sundays happen frequently throughout the church year, with children in grades 1-8 beginning in worship with the congregation in the Sanctuary. After the Story for All Ages, Workshop Rotation children (grades 1-5) proceed with their Journey Guides to their classrooms for religious education programming while junior high youth (grades 6-8) remain in the Sanctuary for the entire worship service.
March 29: How We Keep on Keeping On
We have some basic understanding of the ways to undergird resilience. We close a month of focusing on resilience with a service that will include a collage voices sharing how the general outlines of what work — regular practice, strengthened intimacy skills, and working for justice — are made manifest in particular lives. Rev. Rob Eller-Isaacs and worship associate Bailey Webster will help us get to know ourselves a little better.
Offering recipient: Microgrants
Family and Story Sundays
Family Sundays 2019-20
Family Sundays take place five times each church year:
Story Sundays 2019-20
Story Sundays happen frequently throughout the church year, with children in grades 1-8 beginning in worship with the congregation in the Sanctuary. After the opening hymn, prayers, and children’s message, Workshop Rotation children (grades 1-5) proceed with their Journey Guides to their classrooms for religious education programming while junior high youth (grades 6-8) remain in the sanctuary for the entire worship service.
Coffee and Fellowship Hour
Everyone is invited to the Parish Hall for coffee and fellowship following the morning service. If you or a team you are working with would like to request a table in the Parish Hall as a way to share information with the congregation about a project, class, or other learning opportunity, please CLICK HERE. Parish Hall tables are reserved for programs and groups affiliated with Unity Church.
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