A Message from Rev. David Mosher

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 face.  We know the spiritual truth of all of us, that we are whole and perfect in all respects in our spiritual form.  We are still as God created us.  And in the human experience our bodies and lives reflect the consciousness we hold.  Thus as humans we are constantly affected by the outer conditions around us because In our belief systems we hold the idea of sickness and viruses.  

Mindful that we bear a responsibility to be good neighbors to those around us, I and the staff have agreed to participate in the governmental asked for “social distancing” for our spiritual community.  Thus, this coming Sunday we will hold our Sunday service but ask that you stay home and join us via FaceBook where we will live stream the service or via a zoom.us link that will be provided elsewhere.  This will allow us to stay connected and provide the greatest personal protection in this time of uncertainty.

Let’s join with Unity Worldwide Ministries in prayer surrounding the Coronavirus Outbreak.  "We know that our consciousness makes a difference and one of the greatest gifts Unity offers is to stay positive and pray.  We invite you to join in the following prayer or one of your own choosing.

We know that God is a Love that has no end and a Power that knows no bounds. God’s healing power of Divine Life is restoring, healing, and revitalizing our world in this very moment. We let go of any fears or anxieties, and we affirm that all are safe, healthy, and protected. We bless all those who support us in maintaining vibrant radiant health. We express Divine Life in all we think, say, and do. We bless our global family with radiant health, peace of mind, and abundant love."

Namaste,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Rev. David                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Unity Church of Overland Park