The Beatitudes Message encapsulates Jesus’ cores teachings. This Sunday, we will look at how The Sermon on the Mount impacts us in today’s world.
This week, Reverend Bob will begin a two-week look at The Beatitudes, which was once commonly referred to as The Sermon on the Mount.
“Blessed are the Peacemakers” is one of the statements on the list which all begin with “Blessed are…” These come from the Gospel of Matthew and are still so very important to us today but some of them seem hard to interpret at first glance. For instance, what does it mean to be poor in spirit? We will start with the first look at these and continue for a second message on the Beatitudes on Sunday, March 31st.
Weekly Services at Unity of Palm Harbor
Our weekly services are filled with positivity and bring uplifting messages, music and spiritual connection through meditation and prayer.
We are a loving community of individuals who embrace diversity. We have many opportunities both on Sunday and through the week to connect with others who are working on living their best life as well.
Sunday services are at 9:30 AM and 11:00 AM with our youth ministry classes taking place during the 11:00 service in the Heritage Building across from the sanctuary.
We also have a Wednesday night meditation service that takes place at 6pm in the sanctuary.
Tonight, Wednesday March 20th, Licensed Amrit Yoga teacher Deanna Gray will lead a Yoga Nidra meditation. She then teaches an ongoing Amrit yoga class in the sanctuary immediately following the Meditation service. You can learn more about the Yoga Nidra service by clicking on the photo above.
Reverend Bob leads a Wednesday afternoon meditation each week at noon in the sanctuary. It is a great weekly chance to relax and connect with spirit.
A small group meditation meets in between our two Sunday services. This group meets in the Quiet Room off of the sanctuary lobby at 10:30 AM each week.
Events Coming Up in March
March 26 Friends of the Island Parks Presentation @ 7:00 PM
Our own Terry Fortner will be leading a Friends of the Island Parks presentation. Terry is a granddaughter to Myrtle Scharrer Betz who lived on Caladesi Island when her father, Henry Scharer homesteaded there. Yesteryear I Lived in Paradise: The Story of Caladesi Island is Myrtle’s life on Caladesi, told in her own words.
March 31st Let’s Get Together and Share Event
Come on out and see what Unity of Palm Harbor is all about!