NGU meets the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month from 12:00 – 1:30pm in Unity of Boulder’s Fellowship Hall. NGU is the next generation of Unity, and in many ways, is the now generation as well. NGU is for the young adults who want to be involved in church, but feel going to a Sunday service doesn’t fulfill all their spiritual needs.
Unity of Boulder is Hosting a Midweek Retreat Every Wednesday. A Restorative Yoga Class at 5:45 p.m. is followed by a Healing Meditation Service at 7:00 p.m.
Unity of Boulder Launches Community Outreach Program. Unity of Boulder is inviting everyone to join together in service for some very important causes in the Boulder area.
Unity of Boulder is Registered as a Team for the Bolder Boulder! Good Unity Friends! Unity of Boulder Spiritual Center is now registered as a team for the Bolder Boulder. All you have to do is write in Unity of Boulder as the group that you’d like to run with. There is a spot for that on the online registration form. You can register here: https://bolderboulder.com
Vote for Unity of Boulder for Best Place for Worship 2018! Help us win “Best Place for Worship” 4 years in a row! Voting begins July 11 and ends July 22.
My miracle healing process took place in Boston, Massachusetts on August 31, 2010. After years and years of illness and a chance meeting, a new friend was in Boston on a work trip. On this particular evening she wandered into the Old South Boston Church.
I have been doing an immense amount of gardening this past week. I couldn’t seem to get the thought out of my mind that I couldn’t be peaceful until the weeds and dead plant refuse were completely cleared. I worked into the evening when I could no longer even see the weeds. The pain in […]
Today, I was irritated that I was told by one of the staff members that it would be possible for us to meet any time between 10:30 and 2 PM. I showed up shortly after 11 AM and the office was in a staff meeting. I watched my complaint thoughts announcing I was being unfairly […]
Recently, I became aware that my 41-year old son, who has a long history of drug addiction, had relapsed. I went home and sat with this information and asked myself, “Do I really need to be upset about this in my old, habitual way of playing out the role of the “burdened, guilty, anguished, worried […]
An unexpected vacation to a tropical place is now in my future. I had the thought I would like to take a cruise to the Caribbean with my kids, but immediately put it out of my mind since I could see no logical way I could afford it.