Services upcoming at Unity Comox Valley

Unity Comox Valley invites you to join them and celebrate what this season is all about – discovering the Christ spirit within.

On Dec. 23 at 7:30 p.m. there is an evening of candle lighting, carolling and stories. Jordan Robinson will play sounds of the season on his cello. The evening ends with everyone joining in to create a circle of glowing candles and faces.

Embrace the joy of the Christmas message on the 25th at the 10:30 a.m. Christmas service. Stay after service to share holiday dishes, traditions and more at the potluck brunch.

A Releasing and White Stone ceremony will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Jan. 1. You will see your old limitations literally dissolve away before setting an intention for 2017. You get to take this intention home with you on a white stone from Jerusalem.

All services are at the Comox Lions Den, located at the rear of 1729 Nordin Street. Unity is an inclusive spiritual community united by a desire to grow in a love-based philosophy and thus be a healing presence in the world.

 

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