Minister’s Message

CELEBRATING UNITY– CELEBRATING LIFE!

Soon we will celebrate 50 years of Unity & Silent Unity in NZ and rejoice together in the wonderful ways that Unity teachings have opened our minds, hearts and souls leading us through the diversity of outer living with strengthened faith and the joy of living.

As we gather, we will each bring not only our outer presence, but our  gift of Inner Light for-

THE CHRIST LIGHT WITHIN—IS A GIFT TO SHARE, FOR WHEREVER WE ARE, GOD IS!

So many people have given their time and talent to serve in Unity and Silent Unity. I give thanks to each and every one for their contribution to Unity and Silent Unity.

  I also look forward to greeting all at our 50 Year Celebration

LIFE IS FOREVER CHANGING—THE PRESENCE OF GOD IS CONSTANT

As we learn to live from these inner truth teachings we also come to accept that change is part of living and growing spiritually. By acknowledging and accepting the truth that we already have within  the resurrecting power we can move forward in life in faith.

 By being willing to let go old conditioning, we become open to  listening from within

listening and trusting, and giving thanks daily with the practice of prayer and meditation,

 we gain insight and greater awareness that we have the choice to go to-

“GOD FIRST IN ALL SITUATIONS”-

 We then respond to the changes and challenges of life from a higher awareness of our true

 nature. Unity teachings show us how the healing power of forgiveness opens our minds and hearts

 to “inner change.”

As we willingly turn within, we experience a “divine appointment” with God, that creates

an inner change of heart” opening us to respond from our true nature—  DIVINE LOVE.

PRAYER IS GOD’S LOVE IN ACTION

WORLD DAY OF PRAYER– THURSDAY 14TH SEPTEMBER   See page 3

You are all invited to be a prayer partners -wherever you are!

 Let us gather together in the Spirit of Oneness to pray, in the Name of Jesus Christ, and rest in the Silence in faith, knowing that as we give thanks to God, our collective prayers of peace, do make a difference for the good of all, and our world. Amen. In loving service,    Rhonda