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Daily Affirmations for Lent

by Unity2014
Lent is the name given to a period of fasting and abstinence in traditional Christian Churches – specifically, the 40 days (plus six Sundays) between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday. The word Lent comes from the Anglo-Saxon word for spring, which in turn is derived from the Germanic root for long – referencing the fact that in the spring, the days become longer.

Unity of Boulder Supports Local and National Charities

by Unity2014
Unity of Boulder Supports Local and National Charities. While we provide great value as a spiritual center, we know that we can’t do it all. So, we support several organizations that are doing the good work in ways that we can’t – benefiting people, animals and our environment.

Sunday Spiritual Service

by Unity2014
Our Sunday Spiritual Service is at 10:00 am. Jack Groverland, Head Minister, along with his daughter, Syntysche Groverland who is the Associate Minister, give weekly Sunday sermons covering topics like the Law of Attraction, Unity Principles, Bible Secrets, and A Course in Miracles. Norma Groverland, Music Minister, and wife of Jack Groverland, leads the acclaimed Unity band and choir that accompanies these services. The services also include special music performed by local and national artists.

Just Do it For Dad!

by Unity2014
June’s “Just Do it for Dad” campaign has begun! In this video, Cheryl A Lowitzer kicks off this month’s fundraiser to raise that last $10k we need to reach our goal!

Finding Peace in Las Vegas

by Unity2014
Unity of Las Vegas is a spiritual oasis in the heart of Las Vegas. Their Sunday Services (9 & 11am) feature inspirational music, a practical message for spiritual living, youth education classes, as well as food and fellowship following the service.

You Make a Difference When You Pray

by Unity2014
Centering ourselves in God’s loving presence, one prayer at a time, one person at a time, we make a difference in the world. Praying is an honor and a joy, and a step toward peace as we bless all those for whom we pray.