This July, we celebrated 98 years of Unity in San Francisco. What an amazing journey of Faith and Celebration this has been!
Several years ago, I taught a class in which we had a lively discussion about our own struggles with the value of money, the shame of poverty, and the guilt of wealth.
This Sunday, we unveiled our new sanctuary chairs!
Last Sunday was my last at Unity San Francisco and I was given the opportunity to share what this place has meant to me. It actually all boils down to one word: Gratitude!
This Sunday we honored those who give of their talents and their selves to Unity San Francisco. There is no amount of staff we could hire, train and deploy that would equal the amazing gifts and p
This year we have been blessed with an extraordinary gift from our long-time member and supporter Barbara Renfroe.
I had the pleasure of meeting Martha Creek at a Unity Conference a few years ago, and my life has never been the same.
Every spiritual path on the planet teaches and uses prayer in some form, whether you be Jewish, Buddhist, Islamic, Hindu, Sikh, Christian, Pagan, or Native American, we all pray.
Webster’s defines compassion as, sympathetic consciousness of others' distress together with a desire to alleviate it. I define it as kindness.