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Due to the state and county shelter in place orders, in-person church services have been suspended for now. We are holding services via Zoom, and will send weekly e-mails with more information. Sign up for our e-newsletter if you haven’t already. Please feel free to call 707-542-7729 for chaplain support or with questions. Our phone will be answered, and we will be checking email at info@unityofsantarosa.org. Please check our Facebook page for additional updates as we get more information. Meanwhile, you are in our prayers.

May 24th: Rev. Margaret Flick
Music by Star Tom
Lesson: “Falling Apart and Coming Together: Moving Forward in Faith, Love, and Wisdom”

Everything changes, which is not news to any of us right now. How we view change, upset, and challenges will determine how we respond and what we create. Today we call upon wisdom, faith, and acceptance as our primary tools. Love will be our guiding force.

Rev. Margaret Flick was ordained in 2010, and received her Master of Divinity from Unity Institute that same year. She has served many ministries in the Bay Area as a speaker, teacher, and consultant. Her ministries include Unity of Santa Cruz and, most recently, Unity of Santa Rosa, where she is now Minister Emeritus.  

Margaret continues to volunteer for Hospice Services of Lake County as a co-facilitator for bereavement groups, and is now part of community outreach to clergy and on the team developing workshops for spiritual leaders. She writes articles for Unity’s website and booklets. She was on the Board of Unity’s West Central Region for four years and served as regional chaplain for 3 years.  

Margaret believes that being of service is one of the greatest spiritual tools to develop compassion, empathy, and spiritual fortitude.

David McNair

May 31st: David McNair, Licensed Unity Teacher
Music by Cricket
Lesson: “Unity 101, Part 4: What the Heck is Prayer?”

Many of us have been taught that prayer is something that only special people can do, and only in certain places at designated times. Would you be surprised to know praying is as easy as breathing or drinking water? Would you be interested to know that you are highly successful at prayer? Would you be happy to discover that you are already praying every day? Unity’s 4th Basic Principle is always operative in your lives. We can direct and guide it in positive directions, to achieve success in reaching our personal goals.

David McNair is the black sheep in his family. The son and grandson of Episcopal Bishops, he found Unity thirty-four years ago and has never looked back. He has performed every job possible in a Unity Ministry as a volunteer. He has advanced training in Hospital Chaplaincy, Hospice Grief Counseling, Unity Chaplaincy, and Pastoral Counseling. He has served as a Licensed Unity Teacher, the Spiritual Leader of Unity Clear Lake, on Unity’s West Central Regional Board, and is the Pastor Emeritus of Unity of Richmond. He believes that the presentation of spiritual principles should be interesting, practical, and involve a sense of humor.

Don’t miss these fabulous speakers and musicians!

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