E - Newsletter for September 27th, 2018

Office Hours: Mon - Thurs 10 am - 3 pm
Celebration Services


Sarah Dunn

There is no dress code for Sunday Services at Unity
Dress up, dress down, come as you are! For safety we do require shirts and shoes. The important thing is to be comfortable whatever that means to you!
All ages are welcome at Celebration Services

Friday, October 5, 2018 at 1:00

at Stateside Deli
3553 Meridian Crossings, Okemos 48864.

Corner of Okemos Rd and Jolly Rd,
just north of Jolly on West side of Okemos road.
Please let Peggy know if you plan to attend. 517-944-1620 or  willoup05@gmail.com

Thank you to Jill Shields for your donation of a tree in USCL's name. What a great way to honor the earth!
Spiritual Growth & Development
U.S.C.L. Policy For Many Classes & Events:
(No One Turned Away For Lack Of Funds)

'The Gate' Movie Playing October 6th at 7 pm
October 7th at 1 pm
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.
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

Weathering the Storms of Life

The storms of life are simply a part of the journey. These dark moments are like traveling through a tunnel that leads to the light. Only in retrospect are we able to determine what we were in the throes of learning. There are, however, some things we can do to minimize the impact on us.

When we sense a storm is brewing, step back and become the observer. Try to see the situation in a detached manner without judgement, anxiety, worry, or fear. Things may appear chaotic, out of order, or even upside down. Negative thoughts may come up, but counter them with the recognition that Divine Order is present in the situation. Open up to intuition and Divine guidance and stay in the moment so the answers we need will come naturally, gently, and on time. Try not to be reactive, but take responsible actions to be safe and warm while you wait for the storm to pass. When you don’t know what to do, do nothing until the way becomes clear. 

If our old world is crumbling with the storm, let it go. Trust that your life is progressing and unfolding in a new way. We cannot escape the creative power of the thoughts we’ve had prior to this, but choose new thoughts, new dreams to lead us forward. Picture positive results you would like to have. When you feel stuck or powerless, ask for the help you need.

Our source of well-being, safety, security, and happiness come from a power within ourselves. The connection we have with Spirit provides us with the direction and strength to overcome any storm. When we trust and follow our inner guidance, we will always have the courage, resources, strength, and wisdom we need to move forward after the storm has passed.
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.
Upcoming meetings
  • Oct 9th - Administration Meeting 6:30 pm
  • Oct 14th - Outreach/SGAD Team Meetimg
  • Oct 15th - Leadership Team
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.