Guest speaker Rev. Bonny Ashe uses the Lord’s Prayer as an example of how we can use prayer and meditation as powerful tools to change ourselves.
She illustrates her ideas with a live conversation with God (her husband Christopher) during which she learns some useful things about the nature of prayer.
Guest speaker Rabbi Peter Schaktman tells us that we live in a society that that is multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-linguistic and multi-faith. We are often inspired and comforted by the idea that deep down inside, we are all the same.
But are we really all the same?
Guest speaker Rev. Dr. Jonipher Kwong, Minister of the First Unitarian Church of Honolulu, relates his view of Unitarians as focusing on social action while Unity folks focus on prayer and meditation.
Rev. Jack Bomar
Known as the “teacher of teachers in New Thought” Emma Curtis Hopkins taught, “The world in which we live is the exact record of our thoughts. If we do not like the world we live in, then we do not like our thoughts…”
Rev. James C. Parker
Jesus said, “A new commandment I give unto you, that you love one another.” (John 13:34)
Being “The One”, means having an open mind toward fulfilling our God-given purpose.
Rev. Dr. Cari Jackson
The writer of Hebrews offers to us that “how we think, we live” and reminds us that our thoughts do indeed manifest in our lives.
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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.