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
Online only until our campus re-opens
Sunday, 5/31 @ 10:00 am
With Rev. John Riley and music by Margo LeDuc and Russell Norman on live-stream at www.UnityPaloAlto.org/live
I am a beloved expression of God.
I am here for a holy purpose.
I am where I am on divine appointment.
In the Silence, I listen. Trusting Source, I leap. With purity of purpose, I lead.
Upcoming Guest Speakers
Author, Speaker, Facilitator
Sunday, 6/21 @ 10:00 am
That’s my story … and I’m willing to give it up!
We all have a story – a collection of experiences we’ve had in our lives. Some of those experiences are positive, and some leave a lot to be desired. Unfortunately, we often latch onto the challenging ones, making them the central narrative our subconscious mind uses to filter current and future events. Come and hear Lysa Allman-Baldwin, a highly sought-after motivational speaker, travel and feature writer, and the author of the book I Cried. And People Loved Me Anyway, as she shares how recognizing that narrative—and giving up what no longer serves us—is key to reaching a higher level of consciousness
Affirmation: I have the power to reframe my old stories and chart a new conscious path for the future.
Lysa is also facilitating a workshop It's Never too Late to REWRITE Your Childhood Stories at 11:30.
Lysa Allman-Baldwin is a gifted and sought-after motivational speaker, author, workshop facilitator, and travel writer. Her mission--through the written and spoken word--is to show others how to live a life full of passion, authenticity, and purpose. Her website is www.authenticityandpurpose.com.
Author & Speaker
Sunday, 6/28 @ 10:00 am
The Coronavirus as a Calling - Sunday Talk & Workshop
Whenever a vaccine finally shows up for the coronavirus, it will be based on the following wisdom (the bedrock of the science of immunology): we introduce a little chaos into the system in order to strengthen it, shake it up in order to help it evolve. This virtual “sermon" is an exploration of how your own life might grow and evolve as a result of the pandemic, and your response to it, what the “chaos” of the coronavirus is calling-for from you, whether creatively, professionally, interpersonally, or spiritually.
Gregg is also facilitating a workshop The Coronavirus as a Calling at 11:30 am
Sunday, 9/15 @ 10:00 am
With Rev. John Riley, music by Margo LeDuc and the Unity Palo Alto Band.
With my dreams and visions taking root in fertile soil, I focus my energy on tending and cultivating my highest good. Drawing upon my spiritual qualities of love, wisdom, and faith, I weed out error thoughts, prune my vision to give it definite shape, give it nourishment, and fearlessly step forward knowing that my good is already unfolding.