This Sunday, March 9
Guest Speaker: Rev. Richard Levy
Generosity is the quality of giving and doing for others freely and abundantly. Until the 1700ʻs it was considered an attitude subscribed to nobility, not for the “common folk.”
The truth about generosity is that it’s as good for the giver as the receiver…...Read more
Margie Hyatt tells us that there is something innate in us that wants to touch the divine and that yearns for coming home.
She explores some of the ways we can find this inner resource through the inspiration of poetry.
When one wants to dance the hula, Bashfulness should be left at home
Brian Grandon probes the depth of this month’s Hawaiian wisdom saying.
Margie Hyatt demonstrates that despite the many different ways we express our spiritual traditions, there are common threads in all the world’s faiths that weave us together.
From Hallmark cards to Shakespeare, we humans have relied on the language of poetry to seek an understanding of this magnificent human and divine experience called love.
Jo-Ann Adams, Unity’s Director of Social Action, talks about how the lives of Dr. Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandela have inspired and transformed her life, and how they can do that for us as well.
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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.
Sunday September 8
Andrew Sakaguchi performs “Love Everybody in the World”
On the June 2013 Aloha Sunday, Nicole Nakamatsu and Charles Degala graced us with a performance of “Lovely Hula Hands.” See the video…
Sunday, November 6, 2011:
In celebration of Veterans’ Day, Rev. Sky St. John honors service and those who have committed their talents, abilities, hearts, and sometimes their lives for a better nation and world.