Author Archives: Sunday Speakers & Special Events

Sunday Speaker – December 27, 2015 – Alara Payten “Burning Bowl and Letter to God”

* This dual ceremony is very meaningful as we close out 2015 and prepare for the start of a new year. This is your opportunity to let go of anything that burdens your heart, and declare the truth of what you deeply desire to be your experience in 2016. It is also a time to…

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Special Event: December 13 @ 7 pm – Metaphysical Christmas Candle lighting Service

Sunday, December 13   7 pm Join us to discover the symbolic meaning of the Christmas Story and its transformative value in our daily lives. Celebrate the Christ Spirit within each of us! All love offering received at this event will be donated to Children’s Cottage Society

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Sunday Speaker – December 20, 2015 – Christmas Music Celebration Service

Join us at Unity Of Calgary on Sunday, December 20th at 10:30 AM for a special service celebrating the season through the power of song. Enjoy classic carol congregational sing alongs, special performances by members of the Unity Music Team and a variety of readings, meditations, and poetry from Unity community members.

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Sunday Speaker – December 13, 2015 – Rev Doug Craig “Being your Authentic Self”

Doug will be talking about stepping outside of ego and being in the present moment and relate this to the metaphysical part of the bible dealing with the star in the east and the gifts and journey of the three wisemen and how that applies to each of us today. Doug was born in Canmore,…

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Sunday Speaker – December 6, 2015 – Tina Thrussell “Reducing holiday stress with Mindfulness”

  Who doesn’t want to experience greater peace, joy and calm in their life, especially at this time of year! Come discover (or be reminded of) the practice of mindfulness and the many benefits it has to offer you. Learn a few simple tools and techniques to be more mindful – and more relaxed! –…

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Special Event: December 3 @ 7 pm – A Contemplative Christmas

Thursday, December 3 @ 7 pm Lower Classroom   The Christmas season can be a challenging and confusing time of year for some people. Maybe they’re grieving a loss, experiencing health issues, or any number of other difficult life situations.   Is it hard for you to find the “Merry”, “Happy” or “Jolly” this Christmas?  Join us,…

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Sunday Speaker – November 15, 2015 – Bob Ellwood “Standing on the Edge of Creation”

  In this talk Bob would like to share his belief that we live two lives. One that we are born into, Our life as ego. Our material life. Our separate life. Our life lived in the head, created by our thoughts, beliefs, ideas. The other , our real life. The life we have always…

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Sunday Speaker – November 29, 2015 – Rev. Dr. Juelusich “Peace of Mind” or “Being Peace”

 “Polishing the Cube” – Often in life, no matter our age or circumstance, we find ourselves in the midst of emotions and choice.  Our minds become very busy with those choices and are distracted from internal focus.  Hard it is, sometimes, to know that within us already exists complete Peace. Rev. Dr. Richard Jelusich will…

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Sunday Speaker – November 22, 2015 – Susan Cullen “The Power of Surrender”

The idea of ’surrender’ in our society is associated with loss and defeat. But when looked at from the perspective of the Divine Feminine, surrender can paradoxically be a tremendous strength and can generate a sense of profound inner peace and connectedness. In fact surrender can be powerful, or powerless, depending on what it is…

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Sunday Special Musical Guest – November 8, 2015 – Sora

    Sora has been praised for her soaring harmonies and unusual lyrical vision, evokinga new esoteric in music that fuses the poetry of the Celts, the global influence of World and the stunning melodiousness of Neo-Classical. In an intimate concert setting, Sora presents a compelling musical portrait that is a collision of past and…

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