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Services –How we can each become co-architects of a brighter world is the subject of Jon West's message entitled “Building the Beloved Community." Special music by the Unity Choir under the direction of Maureen Robeson.
(Parking Reminder: First service attendees are asked to exit the parking lot by Potluck at Unity.
Join us after the service for our monthly congregational potluck. Radiate a spirit of friendship and a desire to understand new people and environments.
Bring your favorite potluck food, and invite your friends and family. We’ll also have cake to celebrate all the October birthdays! You came to this place, so you obviously want to connect with others. You don't have to be overly eager; just quietly offer yourself as a courteous person interested in learning from and about others.
From the Community "Merging Lane" You walk into a room filled with mostly strangers. Yet trying to make that connection seems intimidating and embarrassing. Here are some ideas adapted from Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Six Principles of Nonviolence." 1. If they want to listen to and learn about you, that's a side benefit. Respect the divine in all people, regardless of personality types.
Creating chitchat out of thin air isn't always easy and feels superficial. Remember, some people may be just as shy toward strangers as you. A warm smile is a good way to melt the invisible walls. If someone offends you, offer love, flexibility and forgiveness rather than retaliation.
If you need to address an injustice of some kind, seek to improve the situation without belittling even those who may have caused it. Of course, set appropriate boundaries as needed, knowing it's okay to remove yourself from disruptive situations. Come from the heart in a simple, non-pretentious way.