Teaching positive spiritual practices
How and when it works for you
This Weeks Talk
From your center, you bring the attributes of wholeness to the experiences of the storm. The purpose of your center is not to make the storm go away. The purpose of taking life into your center is to get what you need in order to become fully present to the storm.
With Rev. John Riley
Music by Deborah Winters
Sunday, October 22 at 10am
Learn more about our 7-week Fall Enrichment Program
Sunday Morning Meditation
With Sue Skulina in the Fireside Room at 9am
Warm Winter Wear Collection
Unity Palo Alto is collecting warm winter wear for people in need on Sundays, 10/15-11/11. We are supporting the programs offered through Santa Maria Urban Ministry in San Jose and Ecumenical Hunger Program in East Palo Alto. They need warm winter clothing: coats, jackets, new underwear and stockings for men and women, blankets and gloves. Bring your donations on Sunday and drop it off in the collection box.
Sharing our Abundance
Unity Palo Alto is proud to name AchieveKids as our Sharing Abundance Recipient for October.
For over 50 years, AchieveKids has offered a place where acceptance for children with special needs is the key to being welcomed into the community. Their philosophy allows students to slowly build their self-esteem and learn to take chances. Trying leads to success and success leads to hope for a future of inclusion. AchieveKids serves Bay Area children, aged 5 to 22, with emotional and/or developmental disabilities including mental retardation, autistic spectrum disorder, mood, disruptive behavior, anxiety, and psychotic disorders. Their approach is to address the child, not the diagnosis. We use a multidisciplinary approach at AchieveKids to help students find their way. For more information, visit http://www.achievekids.org/