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You can be part of Unity of Independence's events without leaving your home. Even if you don't have a computer, you can hear the events by telephone.
Below, you'll find instructions for joining our events by telephone (recommended if you aren't comfortable working with a computer), and through Zoom, the online conferencing service we're using.
Please remember, also, that our operating expenses continue even while we are unable to hold services in our church building. Your tithes and offerings, by mail (Unity of Independence, 14304 E 39th St, Independence MO 64055) or PayPal, are very much appreciated.
We pray affirming inspiring worship experiences, meaningful prayer services, and supportive groups, and we pray affirming you'll be part of it.
Revs. Warren Teachout and David Adams and your Unity of Independence Board and Staff
As of August 1, 2020, our Zoom Meeting IDs have changed. Please read the login information below.
We are a thriving community of people who are “spiritual, but not religious." We are a welcoming community, and we honor all of the many paths to God. We honor the divine in ALL people, of all different beliefs and lifestyles. Our sanctuary is wheelchair accessible, and we do everything possible to accommodate those with disabilities. No matter who you are, or where you are on your spiritual journey – you are welcome in our community!
October 25, 2020, 10 a.m. (CT)
“The Buzz” by Rev. Warren Teachout
Many people are feeling higher levels of anxiety than ever before. Regardless of political affiliation, worry exists. Who is going to win the presidential election? Which party will be the leaders in Congress? What will the aftermath be? How much longer must we wear masks and be diligent about social distancing because of COVID-19? When will a vaccine be available and can it be trusted when it does? Why does it feel like personal freedoms are in jeopardy? How much longer are we going to have to endure all of this?
The resulting anxiety and worry has created a collective energetic buzz that is palpable to those who are the least bit empathic and when it comes to temper, short fuses that "get lit" easily. As spiritual Truth seekers, we have the means to calm the buzz.
Music by Mark Allen Gossman
4:30 p.m. (CT)
Metaphysical Study Group
Daily, Monday-Saturday, 8-8:45 a.m. (CT), led by Rev. Lesley Miller. See calendar for Zoom instructions.
Led by Rev. Eleanor Fleming
Tuesday, 3-4 p.m. (CT), meeting by Zoom. See calendar for instructions.
Thursday, 3-4 p.m. (CT), meeting by Zoom. See calendar for instructions.
By Rev. Tom Thorpe
April 13, 2020