This is for anyone interested in a positive inclusive spiritual community dedicated to awakening each life to the spirit within. Centered in love, we honor and celebrate a world awakened to peace, abundance and respect for all creation. We believe in the awesome power of community and welcome every person with acceptance and love.
We provide events, experiences and practical teachings to help ourselves live healthy, prosperous and meaningful lives. We believe in making a positive difference in the world and are involved in spiritually-based social action. The goal of our meetings and events is to inspire, educate and awaken to our true nature as spiritual beings. In this way we help each other discover and live our spiritual purpose and potential.
Our Vision for Unity of Fairfax as A Spiritual Center for Education, Practice, and Service In line with Unity of Fairfax’s Mission and Vision, we are called to take bold action to awaken the world to peace, abundance and respect for all creation. To answer this call, we envision Unity of Fairfax as a comprehensive Spiritual Center for Education, Practice, and Service, inviting all who seek to deepen their connection with the Divine to learn, grow, and share their talents and gifts with others who may be in need. Education, Practice, and Service are all dynamic elements of a strong spiritual development program. Through Education, we ignite the intellect and the imagination. Practice allows us to engage the Divine in a physical and heartcentered way. And Service creates an opportunity to share with others the love, gratitude, and oneness we experience through Education and Practice. For questions or to get involved, contact the team leaders: Education: Lisa Colburn, firstname.lastname@example.org Practice: Stacey Guenther, email@example.com Service: Rebecca Whitecotton, firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com • http://www.unityoffairfax.org
A 5-week online class
What does “Christ” mean? In The Universal Christ, Rev. Richard Rohr’s latest book, explores what it means that Jesus was called Christ.
Is Christ his last name? How is Christ’s function or role different from Jesus’? Rohr invites the reader to think deeply about the nature of God as being both a Universal God and a personal God.
We will see how Unity Principles are germane to this important work and basis for study and lively discussion about putting faith into action.
Rev. Sandy invites you to join in this exploration of contemplation and practice.
Scholarships are available
No one will be turned away for inability to pay!
To get a scholarship, please call Rev. Sandy. (If you do not have Rev. Sandy’s phone number, please call the church at[masked], and we will provide it.)
To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-universal-christ-registration-132593178767?aff=uofweb