Sunday Services


Sunday Service

NEW! There will be quiet meditation in Unity Hall from 10:35 to 10:45 a.m.

Our Sunday Service is at 11 a.m.

Join us in person or via livestream.

Please click here for more information on livestream options.

 

Youth and Family Ministry

Our Spiritual Education for children is available during Sunday Service on the second through the fifth Sunday of each month in our Spirit Room.

Families are invited to stay for the Opening Circle before joining Sunday Service in Unity Hall.

The first Sunday is a multigenerational service, and children are invited to attend Sunday Service with their families.

 

Prayer and Fellowship After Sunday Service

Prayer Chaplains are available in the Sanctuary after Sunday Service to pray with you one-on-one. 

Join us for Coffee and Fellowship in the Community Room after Sunday Service. Donations of baked goods or store-bought goodies (cookies, brownies, donuts) are always welcome.

 

Archives

You will find video archives of past Sunday Services on our Facebook page and our YouTube page.

On Facebook, our Sunday Service archives show immediately. Enter "Sunday Service" in the search bar at the top of the page. Visit our Facebook Page.

On YouTube, our Sunday Service archives are shown immediately on YouTube.com. Enter "Unity Spiritual Center Westlake" in the search bar at the top of YouTube.com. Archives appear on our YouTube page later on Sunday and are in date order. Visit our YouTube Page.

 

Unity’s traditional Advent themes allow us - through meditation, prayer, and affirmation - to contemplate ways to share our most profound gifts: hope and faith, peace, love, and joy.

Advent begins on Sunday, November 27. Copies of Unity’s 2023 Advent booklet, A Christmas of Light and Peace, will be available in Unity Hall throughout Advent.

We welcome back familiar faces for Advent!

 

 

 

Rev. Karen Shepherd returns December 4

Rev. Karen Shepherd will speak on Unity’s traditional second-week Advent theme, Peace. The title of her message is "Establishing Peace in Times of Stress."

Rev. Karen began her life-long study of yoga and metaphysics as a teenager. Her studies led her to become a Prayer Practitioner in 2002 and a Licensed Unity Teacher in 2007. She enrolled in the Unity Urban Ministerial School in 2012 and was ordained in 2014. She received approval from the Board of Trustees of Unity Worldwide Ministries to operate her Unity Good Shepherd Ministries as an Alternative Unity Ministry. Rev. Karen maintains an active role in Unity ministry as a guest speaker, workshop leader, and wedding and funeral officiant in local Unity ministries.

 

Cynthia James returns December 11

Cynthia James will speak on Unity’s traditional third-week Advent theme, Love. The title of her message is "Three Pillars of Loving."

Cynthia James is a transformational coach and inspirational leader, guiding people to make changes at a deep level for lasting healing. Cynthia excels as a speaker, coach, singer, and multiple award-winning author of What Will Set You Free and Revealing Your Extraordinary Essence and #1 Amazon Bestseller for I Choose Me: The Art of Being a Phenomenally Successful Woman at Home and at Work. Cynthia embodies the quote, “I am not what I have done. I am what I have become,” and leads others to do the same. Her own life was transformed as she transcended a violent and abusive childhood. She created the foundation for all her programs through education and personal healing. Her work in self-care strategies and emotional integration support leaders, women, and organizations internationally.

It’s Cookie Sunday! You are invited to bring a plate of cookies to share. We’ll gather in the Community Room after Service. Our youth will share a short Christmas presentation and homemade ornaments for the tree. Please click here for more information.

Our Native Flute and Music Circle are on the second Sunday of each month at 12:30 p.m. Please click here for more information.

 

 

Bruce Price returns December 18

Bruce Price will speak on Unity’s traditional fourth-week Advent theme, Joy.

Bruce Price has been a student at Unity since at least 2005. He has served the Unity Community in various leadership roles, including interim Spiritual Leader at Unity Chapel of Light in Tallmadge, Ohio. Before his time at Unity, Bruce engaged in multiple endeavors. He began as a farmer, became a collegiate athlete, a chemical engineer, an international businessman, and a facilitator of behavioral transformation workshops. Currently, he is an occasional speaker and consultant. He enjoys spending time with his partner Nikki and his son Noah while maintaining an avid curiosity to explore the mysteries of life.

 

Our Healing Circle and Goodie Fundraiser follow Sunday Service on the third Sunday of each month!

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Christmas Eve, Christmas, and New Year's Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Youth and Family Ministry

November 20: Our youth began their Advent season with Unity’s traditional first-week Advent theme of Hope & Faith.

November 27: Unity’s traditional second-week Advent theme is Peace.

December 4: The first Sunday of every month is a multigenerational service, and children are welcome to attend Sunday Service with their families.

December 11: Unity’s traditional third-week Advent theme is Love. It’s Cookie Sunday! You are invited to bring a plate of cookies to share. We’ll gather in the Community Room after Service. Our youth will share a short Christmas presentation and homemade ornaments for the tree. Please click here for more information.

December 18: Unity’s traditional fourth-week Advent theme is Joy.

December 25: Christmas will be a multigenerational service. Youth are invited to join their family and church family for the holiday service.

January 1: The first Sunday of every month is a multigenerational service, and children are welcome to attend Sunday Service with their families.