Sunday, March 22
We’ve all heard the expression “pay it forward” as a way of describing the beneficiary of a good deed repaying it to others instead of to the original benefactor.
This Sunday Rev. Jack will introduce us to the expression “play it forward” and how it allows us to dance with the idea that rather than a payment, life calls for us to play with the energy of the universe to actively engage the law of giving and receiving....Read more
Sunday, March 29
Rev. Dr. Jack L. Bomar
Referred to as Palm Sunday, we remember the “triumphal entry” of Jesus into Jerusalem. Palm branches were laid on the road as Jesus rode the donkey into the city and it also marked the fulfillment of the Prophet Daniel’s “seventy sevens” prophecy.
Sunday, March 15, 2015
Rev. Dr. Jack L. Bomar
In the previous weeks, Rev. Jack introduced us to the universal principles of how thought and word create our experience.
This Sunday, Rev. Jack will expound on an additional faculty, that when combined with the others, accelerate the creative process and catapults us to newer heights.
The guidelines which define the order and structure of creation are called Universal Laws. They are universal because they apply to anyone, any time, any place and do not discriminate.
This Sunday, Rev. Jack provides insight as to why the transformative power of the positive thinking makes all the difference in the outcome of any situation and how you can apply it to all conditions in your life.
Rev. Bomar talks about our defining moments, life-altering experiences of guidance from Spirit, and how we can open ourselves to their blessings.
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Unity Hawaii’s singing sensation Zamar performs this classic song in Doo-wop style to a rousing ovation and an enthusiast demand for an encore.
Rea Fox sings this beautiful medley at Unity Church of Hawaii August 3, 2014.
Faith Rivera sings “Child of the Universe” at Unity Hawaii’s Sunday Celebration Service March 2, 2014.
Stacie Caires brings the audience to its feet at this February 2014 service.
Alison Aldcroft and her daughter, Alex Lanning sing this rousing song at the Sunday Celebration Service.