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Unity as a Spiritual Movement

by Shad Groverland
For thousands of years religion has tried to sell itself as the solution to our individual and global problems, with dogmatic ideas about how to live and worship. These ideas have been applicable and beneficial for a select few, but by and large humanity has been faced with the realization that we are still plagued with the same problems we had hundreds of years ago. People feel broken, the world is in conflict and religion has fallen short of delivering on its promise.

Run with Unity at the Bolder Boulder!

by Anonymous
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

New Community Groups at Unity!

by Unity2014
Coming to Unity this Fall! We have several new ongoing support groups to better meet the needs of all of you who attend Unity. The Following is a list of our on-going discussion groups held at Unity.

Unity’s Roof Needs Repair

by Unity2014
Our roof needs repair!   Not the pitched, shingled part, but the larger flat surface part on both sides of the pitched area.  Over the last ten years we have patched and foam covered these flat areas, but now it’s peeling up everywhere.  We have had several reputable roofing companies examine and bid the repair. […]

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.

Looking for Unconditional Love in a World of Conditions

by Syntysche Groverland
Looking for unconditional love in a world of conditions must inevitably fail. Since all your brothers and sisters are acting out of shame-based patterns, they cannot offer you the love you know that you deserve, nor can you offer it to them. The best that you can do is raise each other’s awareness of the love that is necessary and begin taking responsibility for giving it to yourself.