E-News For November 30th, 2017

USCL's office  will be 
closed from  12/25/17 - 1/1/18






Celebration Services

Hope
Be Impeccable With Your Word

Rev. Sharon Ketchum

December 3rd, 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.
Our next Kid's Day is December 17th!



                                                       





 

Located on the corner of Chandler and 
Coleman Roads, about 1 mile north of 
Lake Lansing,  next to Tim Hortons. 
(Abbot Rd turns into Chandler at Lake Lansing Rd).


Lunch Bunch

Friday, December 1, at 1:00  
at Jimmy's Pub. 

 
Please notify Peggy, if attending. 
 



   Unity is invited to join Fellowship for Today for their Christmas Party. Bring finger foods to share. 

   This year F.F.T. has adopted a family of 4 and are accepting financial donations to purchase Christmas gifts for them. They would welcome our donations to help make this a special Christmas for this family.

The party is at the Fellowship Office 
at 600 W Maple St, Lansing.



 Spiritual Growth & Development
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Tuesdays: December 12th & 19th
(No meeting December 5th)

1 pm - 2:30 pm OR 6:30 pm - 8 pm 



Mondays 1 pm
Group will not meet December 25th or January 1st.

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. 

Circle Of Friends will not meet  December 27th

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

Thursdays  7 pm to 8:30 pm 
We will meet downstairs

Everyone is Welcome!

December 14th is the final class of the year. 
ACIM will resume January 11th, 2018

Call Dan 517.719.0003 or Carol 517.719.0151
if you have questions. 
 
U.S.C.L. Policy For Classes & Events: 

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

(No One Turned Away For Lack Of Funds)
 
A Note From Lucille Olson

Self-love

    The holiday season is upon us once more, but many people are not ready to celebrate.  They may be grieving the loss of a loved one, or struggling with a broken heart, or in a situation of having to start all over one more time.  Whatever the reason, life has become gray and lacking in passion.  The holidays loom ahead for us as a big challenge.

   This is a time to be gentle with ourselves; to listen to our thoughts and feelings and not abandon ourselves in a whirlwind of activities, trying harder and harder when the heart has been shut down.  It is a time to slow down our outer activities and give ourselves time and space to recoup, to shift our perspective from the head to the heart.

   The heart is not something that can be blasted open.  It has to be nurtured with warmth, the way the sun nurtures a flower to coax it open.  The warmth we need comes from love that we find inside.  Of course, other people can help, but we need to find our own connection to the heart to sustain us.  Divine love is the only thing that is real in the world and we all have access to it.  By focusing on loving ourselves we are awakening to our higher self.

   I remember a time when I questioned this.  What does self-love even look like?  How do I go about loving myself?  Where do I start?  I learned that it is a process that we begin not knowing where it will lead.  Time spent alone in nature, journaling, in prayer and meditation, and observing the ego with a desire to not let it control my life were some things that worked for me.  It is a journey, not a destination.

   Time spent loving ourselves helps us to regain that warrior spirit that allows us to bounce back.  With self-love, we begin trusting ourselves again.  We are able to once more open up and allow others in.  Honoring ourselves with forgiveness, compassion, courage, and time, will bring us back around to feeling alive again, and will rekindle that passion for 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)

If you know of someone wanting visitation or phone calls and enjoys visiting or talking with member of the congregation check out the 'Heart to Heart' connections posting on the small bulletin board near the side entrance. 
Feed Your Spirit For $9.95/ First Year
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Unity Spiritual Center of Lansing provides a safe place for the expression of a variety of opinions; this does not necessarily constitute an endorsement, express or implied, of ideas presented in classes and group discussions. 

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