Building spiritual community
Have you thought about what spiritual community means to you? I often write about its importance to me, as I have experienced and deeply appreciate the feeling of community I have, serving as a minister in Unity. For we teach what we need to learn, and that is certainly an ongoing experience! I also know it is in the giving that we receive, which for me is joyful.
Personally, I get a lot of joy and upliftment through sharing Unity principles and teachings, whether it is in a Sunday talk, an online workshop, teaching a class or leading a retreat.
When I was told about Unity and literally first showed up at Unity’s front door, I felt like I had come home. I soon realised it was a place I wanted to support because I felt supported, encouraged and invited to grow into my spiritual self. Unity has become my spiritual community.
What is spiritual community to you? Do you have a vision of how this looks and feels for you?
I invite you to take some quiet time this week or month, to reflect on your vision. Is Unity part of this? If so, do you have a picture of how this looks for you?
We would love to hear your ideas and vision. Please email to tell us, or comment below
It will help us as we seek to serve and support in this 21st century.
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