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This Sunday at UCSA

Sunday, August 30, 2015

"Your Final Wealth Check Up With Doctor Prosper and Nurse Birdie"                                                           
Rev. Linda-Martella-Whitsett and Jennifer Shawker



Dr. Prosper and Nurse Birdie will share with you two more Prosperity Maladies, so you can catch early signs and symptoms before they become serious: Aspirational Phobia, and the dreaded Malodorous Attitude Resulting in Hypo-Employment! Dr. Prosper will summarize good preventative health for your wealth, and what you can do in the event of a Prosperity Malady “flare up.”
 

Light for the Road Ahead 8/28/2015

 Wealth Health  - Rev. Linda Martella-Whitsett 

Some questions Dr. Prosper has been asking during our wealth health check-up:
 
Could it be freeing if, instead of acquiring more right now, you chose to employ and enjoy some of the plenty you already have? 
 
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Country Music Featured This Sunday!

 Country Music at UCSA!

On Sunday, Aug. 30th, “Cowboy Jeffy” will be making an appearance with the Unity Orchestra at Unity Church of San Antonio. Music Director Jeffery Allen Spence will share the country song, "Let Your Life Be Great" by Karen Berke Taylor-Good and Stowe Dailey, accompanied by famous San Antonio guitarist ("Duke of Cool") Mike Ellis. Country music comes to Unity Church of San Antonio this coming Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Located at the corner of Lawndale and Broadway, in San Antonio, Texas.

 

 

This Week In Youth Ministry

 A Letter From Youth and Family Ministry Director Alicia Whitsett

Dear Families:
I would like to welcome you all to a brand new year in Youth & Family Ministry at Unity Church of San Antonio.  Each year, we recognize our children and teens as they “fly up” to new spiritual classes. 
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Youth and Family Ministries Sacred Service Opportunities

 Join the Sunday Experience, Serve Twice a Month

At Unity Church of San Antonio, our youth classes are divided by age groups. There are many benefits for the youth when classes are arranged in this way. More in-depth studies of Unity Principals are possible for the older youth.  Youth that tend to be introverted, become more expressive because they don’t feel “swallowed up” by the crowd. This builds important social skills.  Younger children benefit from more activities and lessons that involve movement. Smaller class sizes are more fun and manageable. Dividing classes by age groups ensures each and every youth is heard, respected, and honored for the bright light that they are. 
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Sandwich Social Hour and Youth Ministry Fly Up

August 30th After Church

All are invited to a special time for our youth on  Sunday, Aug. 30th immediately after the 11:00 a.m. service in the CommUNITY Center on 8103 Broadway Street in San Antonio. Fly Up Sunday is an annual event to celebrate and welcome our children and teens who are moving up to a new age group in the Fall.
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Overflow Parking

Video Instructions for Overflow Parking


Did you know? When the parking lot is full, there's someplace to go! There are ample parking areas at UCSA.

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Metaphysical Q&A Sunday Sept. 6th

Submit Your Questions for Answers from Two Unity Ministers.

Rev. Linda Martella-Whitsett will be joined by Rev. Paula Skiles for the 11:00 a.m. service on Sunday, September 6th. You are welcome to submit your metaphysical questions and two Unity ministers will share their individual perspectives. You can do so by clicking here, or by email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
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Get Ready for World Day of Prayer!

September 10th 2015

Your dedicated Unity Church of San Antonio Prayer Chaplains are preparing for our local observance of World Day of Prayer on Thursday, September 10th at 7:00 p.m. The service will be held in the sanctuary located on 1723 Lawndale Street in San Antonio at 7:00 p.m.
 
You can prepare, too. “Pray up” for this event! Raise your consciousness for this important day with the online resources below from Silent Unity®, the Unity prayer ministry, which offers prayer support 24/7. Anyone in need of prayer support at any time may call (1-800) NOW-PRAY (669-7729) or visit www.silentunity.org.
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Visit Our Church!

Sunday Service: 11:00 AM
Children's Church 11:00 AM
Sanctuary: 1723 Lawndale
San Antonio, TX  78209

Sunday Adult Education:
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM
Unity Heights Conference Room
8103 Broadway 

Sunday Social Hour,
Bookstore, and
Lending Library
12:15 PM


Sunday Preservice
Meditation:
10:30 - 10:50 AM
Sancutary


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