Say Grace: Thanksgiving Mealtime Blessings and Prayers

Thanksgiving Day may be a time for turkey and football. But it is also a sacred day to gather with beloved community around the table. On Thanksgiving—as with any day—saying a thanksgiving grace allows us to pause. It gives us time to acknowledge the goodness and abundance in our lives. “We say grace at every meal,” says Julie Neas Trueba, a friend of Unity, “but at Thanksgiving I think it is...

Experiencing the Parliament of the World’s Religions

The oldest and largest interfaith event on the planet, the Parliament of the World’s Religions has attracted 10,000 participants from more than 80 nations and 200 unique spiritual backgrounds to its 2018 event in Toronto. Partaking in the cosmic kaleidoscope of this event, with its more than 500 total programs, is an electrifying experience. People from around the world are coming together to...

Honoring Memories

Affirmation: We are now and forevermore one in the love of God. Memories are as unique as we are. They are the cumulative echo of our life experiences. However, it is important to recognize that as an echo, our memories are not the actuality of our lives. Memory helps make us who we are. If we couldn’t recall the who, what, where, when, and why of our everyday lives, we would not be able to...

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