Sunday Service: April 7th at 10:00 AM

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Invitation to Sunday’s talk, with Kevin Kubota

The Spiritual Traveler

with Kevin Kubota

There are certain essential lessons that the experienced and intentional traveler learns – and they are life-transformative. So, What can the avid traveler actually bring home to enhance their everyday life? It’s not a souvenir trinket or endless photo presentations, but a mindset – the Traveler’s Mindset. But what if we don’t like to travel, or can’t afford to? The key thing here, even for those who can’t travel, is that the principles learned during intentional travel can be used by everyone, everywhere, to enhance their lives and personal well-being. As it turns out, the Traveler’s Mindset is a richly Spiritual mindset that embodies some of the most powerful tools we have for self-transformation. I hope you’ll join me as we embark on this adventure together! Kevin Kubota has spent the last 25 years traveling extensively, and helping others experience the magic of exploration abroad – and the positive effect it can have on our entire journey through life.

Bring a favorite snack item to share with the community after service! We’ll provide the coffee and tea ☕️.

Childcare and activities are available for children 0 through 12 years 🌈.

Sunday Morning Meditation – Every Sunday, 9:00 to 9:45 AM (Doors open at 8:50 AM and close at 9:05 AM)🧘🏽

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Sound Bath & Reiki

New Time – Sundays from 6:30 to 7:45 PM

Join Lisa Swisher and her team of beautiful musicians for an hour of peaceful relaxation and healing. It’s a perfect self-care treat. Bring a mat to lay on and wear comfortable clothing. All are welcome. Cost is on a sliding scale – $15 to $25.

Indigenous Cacao Teaching/Experience w/ Elder, Teacher, and Researcher Alejandro Cerda Alvar 

Thursday, April 4th at 6:30 PM

An evening exploring cacao as medicine for the heart, body, mind and spirit. Cacao is a master healing plant, offering potent support for everyday living. Experience Maya-Toltec lineage teachings, a traditional cacao ceremony, and up-to-the moment scientific research.  Alejandro – a carrier of the Way of the Heart Cacao medicine path who also Andean-Amazonian lineage – lives in Paraguay, where he is an honorary member of a Guaraní tribal council. All proceeds go to supporting indigenous community projects in Paraguay and Ecuador. Exchange: $35 at the door, but no one turned away for lack of funds.

Sacred Women Drum Circle Led by Kate Cavenaugh

Saturday, April 6th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Women will be honoring + celebrating ourselves, Mother Earth and Spirit with drumming, singing, + sharing lead by Katie. Bring your drum or rattle. If you don’t have one, don’t worry, Katie has some to share, but you don’t need to have an instrument to participate. Donations are appreciated 💕.

Bend Food Project Donation Pick Up

Sunday, April 7th at service

One way we help those in need in Central Oregon. Bring non-perishable items to be picked up at Unity on this day for Bend Food Project!

Town Hall Meeting

Tuesday, April 9th at 6:00 PM

This will be an open forum for sharing input and ideas. The Unity leadership team will present some topics that are important to our community and would love your input on. Ask your own questions and share ideas too!

Meeting will be live, but also broadcast via our Zoom channel so you can watch and comment even if you can’t make it in person.

Indigenous Wisdom Sharing

April 11th and 16th at 5:30 PM

The two events will be hosting indigenous elders from the Amazon, equator and Oaxaca speaking about the environment and medicinal plants and how important it is to our mental and spiritual and physical health.

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Jazz Concert – 5 Piece Brazilian influenced jazz group led by local saxist Tom Bergeron

Friday, April 12th at 7:30 PM, Doors open at 6:30 PM – Food and beverages will be available for sale

Our last jazz concert sold out weeks before the show so get your tickets early! This will be an amazing night with top notch jazz musicians.

Pics From Last Weeks Easter Celebration!

We had so much fun. The adults decorated eggs and filled them with treats for the kiddos and the kiddos wrote notes in eggs for the adults, then both had an Easter egg hunt.

Join our Men’s and Women’s Groups

Women’s Group – This group does regular hikes, walks, coffee meet ups, discussion groups, and classes. To be in the know with what they have planned email Suzanne Landry **HERE** to get on the contact list. You do not have to be a Unity member to participate.

Men’s Group – This group meets the 1st and 3rd Monday evening of every month at Unity to support each other in times of need, discuss various spiritual topics, and on occasion help with projects needed around Unity. If you’d like more info contact Dan Stephenson HERE.

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