E - Newsletter for July 5th, 2018
Celebration Services

Special Music:

Jace McCloy
All ages are welcome at Celebration Services
Lunch Bunch

Friday, July 6 at 1:00

at Spartan Hall of Fame Cafe 
1601 Lake Lansing Rd , E.L. 48823

Just east of the 127 overpass, south side of Lake Lansing Rd.

Please let Peggy know if you are coming.
517-944-1620 or  willoup05@gmail.com

A VERY BIG THANK YOU to all our volunteers for weeding, painting and prepping the windows.

For setup, cleanup, kitchen work, ticket takers, Unity booth volunteers and everyone who filled in where needed for Quantum Healing Day and the Greg Tamblyn Concert.

We couldn't do it all with out your help!
Spiritual Growth & Development
U.S.C.L. Policy For Many Classes & Events:
(No One Turned Away For Lack Of Funds)


8th - "Conversations with God" w/ Mark Skorupski

15th - "Conversations with God" w/ Mark Skorupski

22nd - "Conversations with God" w/ Mark Skorupski

29th - The Quaker Experience w/ Chris Janson

Mondays at 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, book discussion and laughter.

Currently Reading The Voice of Knowledge by Don Miguel Ruiz

Wednesdays at 6:30 pm

Take a break from the busyness of life
and join together in prayer.
For yourself and others.
No group July 5th & 12th

A Course In Miracles Study
Thursdays at 7 pm

Dan and Carol Maynard invite everyone to join in exploring this amazing masterpiece which shows us how to easily forgive by reinforcing your own sense of joy and peace.

Call Dan 517-719-0003 or Carol 517-719-0151 if you have questions.

A Note From Lucille Olson
Fork in the Road

There comes a time in everyone's life when we come to a fork in the road; a time when we realize the direction we have been traveling no longer feeds our soul. We take stock of our journey and see that some changes need to be made. When this happens, it can often become a difficult time of challenges and hard decisions.

This happens in all kinds of relationships; family, friendships, professional or love relationships. It can happen early in the relationship, or may come as a surprise by happening after many years of togetherness.

It helps if we understand that combining our journey with that of another person is not always best or even possible for the long haul. Each one of us needs to go our own way in order to have certain experiences to learn our particular lessons. If we attach ourselves and go along on another’s journey, we may find that we have put our own lives on hold. We may be passively observing life instead to truly living. Likewise, if someone goes along with us on our journey, they may have that same experience. When the realization is reached that there is a need to go our separate ways, we may experience it as painful rather than growth enhancing.

It may be time to let go and allow others to be free to plan their own journey, map their own course, and find their own destiny. We will need to feel all of our feelings and release them, grieve our losses, and clear away any resentment from our hearts as soon as possible. Come to a place of gratitude for all that they have helped you learn while you journeyed together. Then say your good-byes with blessings and love for the other. Recognize that you are now free to seek and find your highest good as well. Knowing that Spirit is present and active through all our life experiences can be a great source of comfort as you navigate through the fork in the road.
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.

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 or group discussions.