Fresh and modern spirituality, speakers and music
Sunday mornings at the Center are uplifting, inspirational and fun! You’ll experience great music, friendly people and a welcoming atmosphere. The forward thinking, practical spiritual messages you’ll hear on Sunday will help you with the real life issues you face during the week.
9:00-9:30am Morning Meditation | 10:00-11:00am Service
3391 Middlefield Rd., Palo Alto, CA 94306 | 650.494.7222
We provide nursery, preschool and elementary age programs in the Y.E.S. Hall. UniTeens (6th thru 8th grades) and Youth of Unity (9th thru 12th grades) meet in the Fireside Room. See Youth Ministry for more information.
Fun, Uplifting Music
Get in the spiritual groove with world-class musicians and vocalists who can bring the house down, soothe our souls, touch our hearts and even get us on our feet. We can’t wait to share our playlist with you.
Join us in the courtyard after each service and enjoy the fun, fellowship and food. Meet new friends and connect with old ones and share in the warmth and welcome that is Unity Palo Alto. With the joyful sounds of children, the fountain and music, take time to reflect on the Sunday lesson.
Sunday, 6/24, 10:00 am
With Rev. John Riley and music by Deborah Winters, Russell Norman on piano, and Ron E. Beck on drums.
Planting seeds of goodness and acting with the highest intention of my heart, I bring balance to my life. My actions spring from interconnection, kinship, and love.
Sunday Morning Meditation
With Sue Skulina in the Fireside Room at 9:00-9:30 am
Balance requires practice and consistent realignment with Source. Confusion, doubt, stress, and anxiety are friends to awaken me to another choice in every situation. Centered-balanced being – saner, happier living. The foundation stones for a balanced success are honesty, character, integrity, faith, love, and loyalty.
Oneness is reality. The boundary between ourselves and other people and between ourselves and Nature, is illusion. A blessing is an imparting of spiritual good, and to be a blessing is to be a beacon that shines forward hope, faith, and wisdom. I allow the inner light of Spirit to guide me that I may bring light to those around me.
The “I” that thinks has the capacity to think what it wants to think, and I decide to think positively and creatively. I get the wrinkles out of my mind. I get myself thinking organized and orderly.I make up my mind, then I go out and face the world, secure in knowing that no matter what happens, I can be on top of it.
The movement of Spirit from within me out into my words and actions is an expression of my spirituality. When I am fully experiencing the reality of my spiritual nature, my life is indeed full – full with the presence of God and full with the expression of the sacred attributes. Expressing my spirituality, I give more in life and receive more from life.
When filled with anxiety or concern, when a conclusion is reached and the next steps seem unclear, I make a choice to let go of the fear and embrace the divine light that shines the way from the inside out. “Casting all your anxiety upon him, because he careth for you” 1 Peter 5:7.
When we reach a point of spiritual awakening, we become aware of a greater possibility and potential within us for expressing more light, love, joy, and enthusiasm for life. We have a choice to consciously enter into a life of triumphant living… or not. In full awareness and in infinite love, I embrace the divine in me.
Thought is the moving force within an idea that gives it expression. My thoughts and words are always molding the spiritual substance and bringing it into manifestation. Today, my thoughts, words, and actions are aligned with the perfect wholeness of Spirit.
As Spirit in expression, I move through my life boldly and joyfully. I am energized and up lifted. The joy I feel in my soul is an expression of the radiant life of God that courses throughout my being. With an open mind and heart, I joyfully welcome new opportunities into my life.
God is all,and to live and dwell in this realization makes every moment so full of meaning that we cannot put into words the sheer joy of living that we feel.