Unity Church of Overland Park Blog

Thursday, March 19, 2020
Your Continued Support is Vital   Beloved UCOP family,   We are definitely living in interesting times. And be assured that your soul has chosen this time and experience intentionally for its continued evolution. Challenges like COVID-19 are part of the outer life conditions that require us to make a conscious choice in our response. Let us...
Friday, March 13, 2020

As Unity Truth Students our worldview is based on the fundamental principle that there is only one presence and one power in the world and in our lives, God, the Good.  This is the spiritual truth by which we create our lives.  And sometimes the world invites us to reaffirm our commitment to this principle as in the COVID-19 challenge we now...

Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Dear UCOP, So much is happening in our church right now, and all of it just feels so good!  We all know that our upcoming Annual Meeting is Sunday June 23rd, and that we have three candidates for the Board of Directors for 2019-2020: Patrick Andries, Tyra Burdett and Debra Amandola. At the “Meet-the-Candidates” time during the Sharing Circle this...
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
The UCOP Nominating Team and the Board of Directors are happy to announce the Board Nominees for 2019. Please read their bios below in preparation for the June 23rd Annual Meeting.     Debra Amandola       Patrick Andries         Tyra Burdett   Annual Meeting Information   Our Annual Membership Meeting will be Sunday...
Friday, January 18, 2019

“God is Everywhere Present"

 

August 18th:  "There is No Spot Where God is Not"  We look at the prayer for Protection, line by line.

August 25th:  "God is All Good, Alve in Everything, Everywhere"   We will learn to see and know that GOD IS everywhere present in the visible and the invisible.

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Friday, January 18, 2019
What is the Season for Nonviolence?  (AKA Gandhi King Season for Nonviolence)

The objective each year has been to create an awareness of nonviolent principles and practice as a powerful way to heal, transform and empower our lives and communities. Through an educational and community action campaign, the Association for New Thought recognized...

Wednesday, January 2, 2019
One of the challenges that confronts every church in transition is how to become a healthier, more mature community when we find ourselves living in so many unknowns.  The challenge of becoming more mature reaches from the community experience into our individual lives as we acknowledge that each of us has areas to grow and more fully develop into...
Tuesday, January 1, 2019
An Invitation to Inquire Appreciatively   Our world puts great value on problem solving.  In fact much of what we have been trained to do in life and in our church community is to solve problems. Our normal pattern begins with noticing a problem, that means we frequently put much of our attention on finding problems.  Finding a problem, we move...

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