Unity offers variety of holiday services

Unity Comox Valley invites family and friends to remember what this season is all about – discovering the Christ Spirit within.

On Dec. 24 there is an evening celebration offering a quieter, more  reflective time to ponder the mystery and the gifts  of the Christmas story. Jordie Robinson will perform on the cello between stories and prayers. The evening ends with everyone lighting a candle.

A Releasing Ceremony and White Stone service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on the following two Sundays – Dec. 27 and Jan. 3, respectively.

The spiritual principle of release is the theme of the first ceremony. You will see your old limitations literally dissolve away.

The following Sunday you will be given a white stone that represents the new way of being you want to embrace in 2016.

The Lion’s Den is located at the rear of 1729 Nordin St.

 

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