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Unity of Blairsville
P.O. Box 1237
Blairsville, GA 30514
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AFFIRMATION
I am open and ready to give and receive love.  
Unity Small Group Ministry
Our Community, Coffee, and Conversation group will continue to explore Spiritual Social Activism this Tuesday, February 15, at 11 a.m. on Zoom. This week's reading and questions are below under Spiritual Explorers section. Please join us!
Our Small Group Ministry is exploring different ways to help those in our community. Click link to review some of the programs we are looking into:
The A Course in Miracles study group will meet this Thursday from 1 - 2:15 p.m. All are invited! (Zoom link below.)
We know that there is good all-around and within us and we seek to enter that flow, nurture, and encourage it as we pray together and work together for the greater good of all in service to God.
The purpose of our Small Group Ministry is to join together in study, prayer, and meditation as we grow in greater spiritual understanding and serve our community.
 
We are grateful to be on this Journey with you!

 

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Community, Coffee & Conversation
Tuesdays: 11 a.m. - noon
Come Zoom with us!
Spiritual Social Action Study Group - week 6
Our Connection with the Natural World:
Caring for Earth
This week we are going to explore our deep connection with the rest of the natural world. We will do this by considering the Genesis creation story as well as the perspectives of other aspects of creation besides ourselves.
In the book Christian Healing, Charles Fillmore wrote that "intelligence is inherent in every form, animate or inanimate. Even rocks and minerals have life. We should be speaking words of truth to everything, not only to humankind but to the mineral, vegetable, and animal kingdoms."
We will be discussing Chapter 6, This week's readings and questions are under the Zoom link below. You should be able to enlarge your email to see the document below.
Spiritual Social Action ZOOM LINK (click below)
Reading, Discussion and Reflection: