Have you ever had the experience when you walked into a place, and knew that you were home? That was my experience the first time I walked into a Unity Church, and then when I returned to Unity eleven years ago this summer.
I remember right after 9/11, every Sunday, I would run down West 29th Street in Manhattan to get to Unity New York in time for service. It just wasn't the same unless I was there to sing the opening song. Week after week, month after month, I would stand there and sing, "Use me, oh God, I stand for you and here I'll abide, as you show me all that I must do." Little did I know that those words I was singing would take me on a journey to become a Unity minister.
What is it that you are called to do? What is it that the God of your being would have you do?
If you can answer those questions, I ask you: Are you doing those things? If you don't know what your calling is, join us at classes, at workshops, at our Sunday salons, or volunteer for a team and find out! To quote Auntie Mame, "Life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death!"