Services / Talk Titles & Lessons
Sunday Service & Youth Education begin at 10:30am
You will find the Sunday Service relaxing and welcoming to all, regardless of your religious background. During the service you will experience wonderful music, a guided meditation, and an inspiring 20-25 minute talk. Following the service, you can meet other friends of Unity in our Social Hall and enjoy some snacks and beverages. We hope you find a community here at Unity of Santa Rosa!
Prayer Circle: Join us for early-morning prayer and meditation before the Sunday Service. Sunday 9:40-10:00am in the Youth Ed Room.
Enjoy a sample of our Sunday Services with this video:
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Recent and Upcoming Lessons
August 2, Alyzsa Van Til
Lesson: “Renewal: Remembering Who I Truly Am.”
Special Music: Elaine Silver
Being aware that I am One with the Creative Presence of the universe is not about “trying”, but about “being’.
Rev. Alyzsa formerly taught Bible Interpretation at Unity Institute. She was Education Minister at Unity of Palo Alto and has served a number of Unity churches along the west coast. She is now a member at Unity of Santa Rosa where she speaks regularly and offers a variety of thought-provoking and heart-felt classes.
August 9, Kathy McCall
Lesson: Healing & Radiant Life
Special Music: Star Tom
The radiant life of God is a healing power within us and can help with whatever troubles us. It is one of our 12 spiritual powers, responsible for producing and perpetuating life. Each one of us is on a healing journey to discover the power of life and to know the truth—that we are already whole.
Rev. Kathy McCall has been a life-long spiritual seeker. She has served five different churches as a Unity Minister, including Unity of Santa Rosa from 2008 – 2012. Currently, she is the Minister at Unity of South Bay in Torrance, CA. An Astrologer, Dream Worker and Storyteller, she has taught and facilitated workshops for over 35 years. She is the author of the book, The Unorthodox Life: Walking Your Own Path to the Divine.
August 16, Allen Klein
Lesson: “What You See is What You Get”
Special Music: Carol Manson
We shape our own experiences through our thoughts, and through our thoughts and attitudes we assign a meaning to everything in life. What if we could switch out our glasses to neutralize life’s annoyances and maybe even turn them into a something to laugh about?
Allen Klein, MA, CSP, is an award-winning professional speaker and best-selling author. He is a recipient of numerous awards, including the Lifetime Achievement Award from The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor and winner of the Toastmaster’s Communication and Leadership Award. He has authored 25 books, including “You Can’t Ruin My Day.” He is currently the President of the Board of Trustees at Unity of San Francisco.
August 23, Rev. Margaret Flick
Lesson: “Love – The Joining Force of the Universe.”
Special Music: Congregation
Love is many things to many people but have we diminished its true nature? This week we will explore the nature of love, human and beyond.
Rev. Margaret graduated from Unity Institute’s Master of Divinity program in 2010. She is a Unity minister and has served at Unity Palo Alto and Unity of Santa Cruz. She believes that prayer, gratitude, compassion and an open and receptive mind are prime ingredients for a heart-centered, thoughtful, peaceful and joyful life. Margaret lives in Kelseyville with her husband, Howie and volunteers for the Lake County Hospice bereavement program. and is a guest speaker at churches throughout the area.
August 30, Heidi & Jen Listug
Lesson: If I were good enough: Awakening to the Divine Mother
Special Music: Maury & Cheri
So often in our lives we are bombarded with the message that we are just not good enough. How do we shield ourselves from the critical voices both external and internal that insist that we are less-than? The answer is found in the feminine face of God — the power of Divine Mother.
Heidi Listug is Director of Ministry Services for Unity In Marin. She has coached ministers and church leaders to create dynamic programming and build community in their churches. She continues to work on her spiritual development through her commitment to a deep prayer practice and spiritual education.