E-News for September 7th, 2017

Five Aramaics of Y'shua

Michael Ryce

Special Music:  Elizabeth Kunc

September 10th, 2017
10:30 am

 All ages are welcome at Celebration Services

   We have "quiet bags" and t.v. tables for kids to use during services. 

   Please note that children under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult if they spend time in the lower level of the building. 
The 3rd Sunday of each month, we offer a special children's program at 10:30 am.  The next Kid's day is September 17th!
New Thought Community Choir 
will resume rehearsals starting September 10th.
 

For Details Contact Lucille Olson:  lucimusic38@gmail.com or (517) 256-2250

Lunch Bunch 
Friday, September 8  
( one week later  than usual, due to Labor Day weekend) 
1:00 pm at Soup Spoon Cafe. 
1419 E. Michigan Ave. Lansing, MI.
(One block east of Sparrow Hospital.)

If you would like to attend please let 
Peggy Higginbotham know by  September 7



Town Hall Meeting

September 17th, 2017
at 11:45 am

Report from the Facilities Search Team and an 
Open Discussion to Follow






Spiritual Growth & Development
Sign Up at the Activity Table
U.S.C.L. Policy For Classes & Events: 

N.O.T.A.F.L.O.F.

(No One Turned Away For Lack Of Funds)

Mondays 1 pm 

A group study and discussion 
of the book A Course of Love 
by Mari Parron



Wednesdays at 10:30 am 
 
Join for  prayer, 
discussion  and laughter. 


Wednesdays at 6:30 pm 

Take a break from the busyness of life 
and join together in prayer 
for yourself and others.

A Course In Miracles Study
 
7:00pm to 8:30pm.  
We will meet downstairs at 
230 S. Holmes St.

 
 We welcome anyone who is not familiar with the Course.  
The Holy Spirit meets each of us where we are in our spiritual journey.  The Course is about teaching us how to remember who we truly are through Love and Forgiveness.  We learn together because we are One in Truth.

~ Dan and Carol Maynard facilitators

Call Dan 517.719.0003 Or Carol 517.719.0151 
if you have any questions

 A Note From Lucille Olson

The Value of Journaling

   Journaling is a form of meditation where we spend quiet time pouring our thoughts out on paper. It creates a connection with the divine within us and clears the neural pathways for creative thoughts to come through. As we write about our dreams and wishes, the universe can begin making the connections to make them come to fruition.  The hunches and intuition that comes  to us through our writing is Spirit's way of guiding us.

   When we are journaling, we are giving ourselves attention. We are showing up for ourselves! When we are honest about our thoughts and feelings, we gain clarity about what we value and why. We become more authentic in the world.

   Our thoughts can come from our source, or from our ego or ego programming. Tuning in to the thoughts from source and acting upon them strengthens our connection with source. Likewise, when we identify thoughts of ego's origin, it helps to weaken their hold over our lives.

   Journaling helps sweep away the cobwebs of our thinking. When we get our thoughts and feelings out on paper, we can see them as our programming. What we are telling ourselves is our belief system on display. We can then ask ourselves, "Is what I am telling myself the truth or in alignment with Spirit?" We may find that much of what we tell ourselves is what we learned from others that may not be helpful or truthful. By cleansing our mind of useless clutter, our thinking becomes more clear and focused.

   When we write about our fears and resentments, we acknowledge those feelings and allow for healing to take place. Old wounds acquired earlier in life may come to the surface ready for forgiveness and healing. Naming our feelings honestly can have great therapeutic value.

   When writing about our hopes and aspirations, we are creating a pathway where we can walk in the direction of our dreams. Journaling as a spiritual practice brings about a steady improvement in our quality of life.
 
Outreach

If you, or someone you know, is experiencing illness, 
bereavement or other life challenges, 
contact Debbie Pennington at   517 485-7762 
or by email at dspennin@  gmail.com 
So that those facing challenges can receive a card from 
Unity Spiritual Center of Lansing's Outreach team.


Heart to Heart Connections Postings 
(of congregants experiencing health challenges)

Know of someone wanting visitation or phone calls? 
Enjoy visiting or talking with members of the congregation? 
Check out the heart to heart connections posting.


Feed Your Spirit For $9.95/ First Year
Unity Calendar




Unity Spiritual Center of Lansing provides a safe place for the expression o f a variety of opinions; this does not necessarily constitute an endorsement, expressed or implied, of ideas presented in classes and group discussions. 

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