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Sermons by Rev. Judi Elia (Page 4)

“America IS Beautiful”

We are a country made up of immigrants and native Americans, with our unique dreams, passion for freedom, commitment to service, and a common decency that unites us. We have the very real potential to make our Country’s future bright while being beneficial to Humanity and our world.  We the people have the power and the grace to make America…

“Silence and Stillness”

On the spiritual path, Silence is an essential practice. Silence is part of the reason Unity centers exist. Silent Unity, our prayer ministry has been keeping silent prayer and meditation continuously, shining the Light, holding space for the “secret place of the most high” to be heard for over 125 years. What is Silence? Join…

“The Pure Welcome”

How do you greet people? Do you see the best in others? Do you practice equanimity when you welcome strangers, guests and visitors? This practice of the “Pure Welcome” is called “beholding the Christ” in another or seeing God in every person. If you can do this you will surely bring out the best in…

The Book of Ruth

SUNDAY MARCH 17TH, ON “ST PATRICK’S DAY, REV. JUDI’S MATAPHYSICAL LESSON WAS FROM THE “BOOK OF RUTH”. Ruth is one of the most endearing characters in the Bible. Her name means friend, sympathetic companion, delightful, beautiful, pleasing and desirable, She represents the best of our “soul inheritance”, those qualities of inherent goodness that we take…

Lent is for Celebrating the Good Life

On Sunday March 10th, Rev. Judi Elia explored the concept of Lent in Unity and the idea that “Lent is for Celebrating the Good Life” through fasting on negativity and feasting on spiritual food. Through the story of the Transfiguration she will share the essential practices for awakening to “Christ in you, your hope of…

Who Do You Say That I Am?

On February 24th, Rev. Judi’s message was based on the question, “Who do you say that I am?” This was a question Jesus asked his disciples at a time of much chaos and confusion in the community. Some saw him as a heretic, a glutton and a rebel. Others saw him as the Messiah. How…