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Sunday Service In Person and Via Facebook Live Stream

 

This Sunday, January 29th we will be meeting in person and via Facebook Live for our 10 AM service. 

 

Join Guest Speaker Rev Joe Sloan for “Every Soul Has a Mission.” Lyn Sloan will lead the meditation and Denise Anya is our guest soloist.

 
We come together on Sundays for mutual support, for learning, for the joy of being together and to support the mission Unity of Auburn: “To recreate a World that works for all.” That is a really worthwhile goal, but there is another perhaps even more important mission, and that is the one we all have as individuals. It is the mission we carry with us for the rest of the week and forever. We are to Love God with all our heart and soul and all our brothers and sisters as ourselves. And all we are asked to do is our best, no more or no less.

 

You can join us on Facebook this Sunday beginning at 9:55 AM via the following link https://www.facebook.com/Unity-of-Auburn-114140051995464

 

Many thanks to everyone who tunes in for our Facebook Live service. Our videos you can watch here.

 

We are especially grateful to everyone who responded to our request to make offerings via PayPal, mail in, credit card and bank transfer. Your generosity is inspiring. 

 

And we again affirm that there are no obstacles, only opportunities as we continue to manifest the abundance that will allow us to continue our mission and make our vision a reality.

 

New Members - Our annual membership meeting will be coming up in the end of February. If you are interested in becoming a member of our ministry to be able to vote and participate in our governance, please complete and return a new member application and Rev. Cherie will contact you. Copies are available at the back of the sanctuary or online.

 

The Thrift Store is open Monday-Saturday 10-3 to take your donations!

 

We're looking for DRESSES and JEWELRY: All kinds. Fine, costume, or vintage. 

 

To protect yourself and others from COVID-19, CDC continues to recommend that you wear a protective face mask. Although, masks are not required, they are provided if you choose when entering the church.