Way of Mastery Study Group
Facilitators: Joan Belle Nemeth
Location: Unity of Sedona, Chapel
Cost: Suggested Love Donation $5.00
This class gives you tools to help you trust in the Voice of God, and will ultimately benefit us all as we bring love and light to the world, and awaken through the Atonement.
Chaplain Sacred Circle
Day: Second Saturday of every month
Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
The Chaplain Sacred Circle meets the second Saturday of every month in the Chapel. The Sacred Chaplain Circles have returned to their original format wherein a Chaplain (or a scheduled guest) sits in the center of our Sacred Circle and receives a “download” of love, support, and healing–which usually results in miracles of various forms. Be sure to join us if you can, as this is sure to assist you with your own prayer and healing skills.
If you are not a chaplain and would like to schedule an appointment to attend the Sacred Circle to receive healing energy, please call or email the Unity office with your contact information and we will forward your request to our Lead Chaplains. One of them will get in contact with you to set up an appointment to attend the healing circle.
Unity of Sedona office contact information:
Path of the Druid Study Group
Facilitated by: Linda Mae Costello
Date: Mondays, starting January 9th
Time: 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Cost: Suggested Love Offering $5 (No one is turned away based on funds)
This is a study group dedicated to a deep and rich understanding of the Druid Path. It is open to the public and those new or experienced with earth-based studies. We will cover both beginning to advanced topics from various sources, including the history of the Druids based on mythology and archeological discoveries, the cycles of Nature and how to apply them in our own lives, and some of the deeper sacred practices and ceremonies that are still applicable today.
Contact Linda Mae for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-722-2562
Date: Third Saturday of every month
Time: 10:00am – 2:00pm
Please join us on the third Saturday of every month for our Volunteer Day to spruce up our beautiful landscape, pruning, cleaning and planting. Please let us know by calling the office at (928) 282-7181 if you will be joining us. Thank you for your Divine Service to our Unity family.
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