Saturdays, beginning March 18, 10:00 am - Noon, USC Office Meeting Room
Dr. Michele Coleman, Ph.D., LUT, instructor
The class will be 8 weeks; however, there will not be a class on March 25, April 29 or May 6.
With that in mind, the last class would be May 27.
Course Description: The History of New Thought & Unity explores the origin and development of the ideas, beliefs and practices that characterize the New Thought movement. Particular attention is placed on the history and development of Unity.
Course Learning Objectives:
By the end of the course learners will be able to:
· Explain principles and main influences of the New Thought movement.
· Identify some of the key people and major events in the development of both the New Thought and Unity spiritual movements.
· Examine the development of Unity School of Christianity and Association of Unity Churches and their respective missions.
Vahle, Neal. The Unity Movement: Its Evolution and Spiritual Teachings. Philadelphia, PA: Templeton Press, 2002.
Saturday, May 13, 10:00 am - 4:00pm,
Rev. Gordon presents this one day workshop for all who want to become a member of Unity Spiritual Center or learn more about our history, beliefs and opportunities for greater Soul growth. Unity does not require membership but becoming a member brings a greater consciousness of ownership in our center. Members have the right to vote in our Annual Meeting and serve in certain roles that require membership.
Lunch will be included.
Love Offering will be taken at Workshop
Location to be determined.
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Facilitated by Chris Acklen and Tiana King
Thursdays, beginning February 16, Monthly
There will be 2 groups: 2:30 - 4:30 pm and 6:00 - 8:00 pm - Choose the session that fits your schedule. Located in the Sanctuary.
Tiana King and Chris Acklen will share listening tips we will use to discuss “hot topics” in pairs. Special guest leader is actor Timothy Brennen. An improv expert, Tim will lead us in fun improv activities. This is an experiential group with lots of participation. No prior experience is necessary!
Come join the fun and listen with us! Please see Chris Acklen with any questions.
Facilitated by Roland Reese. There will be no Enneagram Group on Saturday, April 1. The group will resume at the usual time on April 8.
11:45 AM - 12:30 or 12:45 PM, Monthly on 4th Sundays, held in the Large Classroom. Love Offering. No Tapping experience is necessary.
The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is also known as tapping. It is a technique that has been around since 1995. Acupressure points are tapped in a sequence to help release physical and emotional pain. The positive effects are quick and long lasting. The governments of several countries, including Britain, Canada and Australia, have approved their national health programs to provide tapping as a treatment modality. The American Veteran’s Administration has also approved of tapping to be used for treatment. Chris Acklen is leading our new tapping group. Chris is a clinical social worker, psychotherapist and clinical supervisor. She has had several tapping trainings and much continued study. Chris uses the technique personally and in her work with clients.
9:30 - 10:30 am, Mondays and Wednesdays in the Sanctuary, Love Offering.
10:00 - 11:00 am, Sundays, Main Building Classrooms, 9800 Candelaria NE, Albuquerque, NM, 87112. https://uscabq.org/events/youth-and-family-ministry-for-children
If you have any questions or your child(ren) are new to YFM, please contact: Amanda Replogle, Youth and Family Ministries Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org Come and join the fun! We are a welcoming, inclusive, spiritual home.
8:30 - 9:30 am, Sundays, Online using Zoom; email the office for the link : email@example.com, Love Offering.
This is our oldest continuing group at USC ABQ! It is facilitated by Patrick Knight and Jay Pullen. We will be returning to in person gatherings in the future. From TruthUnity.net: "We approach the Bible as the story of the spiritual development of our soul. Remember that New Thought teaches that all things we experience in life had their origin in thought; “we create our experiences by the activity of our thinking.” Metaphysical Bible students, therefore, relate each Bible story, and the characters and places in those stories, to their own development as spiritual beings.
Charles Fillmore wrote, “Apart from being a book of great historical and biographical interest, the Bible is, from Genesis to Revelation, in its inner or spiritual meaning, a record of the experiences and the development of the human soul.” The “theater” is in our consciousness, not in the biblical lands. Although the historical biblical story occurred long ago in the faraway biblical lands, when we do a metaphysical bible interpretation, all the action occurs in our consciousness. We do not metaphysically interpret historical events! What we metaphysically interpret are events in consciousness, in a belief that what occurred centuries ago is an expression of the same Divine Ideas that are now expressing in our own consciousness."