Hello and welcome! Abundant Life Spiritual Center is a dynamic spiritual community affiliated with Unity Worldwide Ministries. Our focus on awakening those who walk through our doors to the divine within and inspiring them to live confidently, passionately and powerfully. Together we learn how to Live Fearlessly and Love Outrageously because life is meant to be filled with joy and lived with ease as a positive experience, not a struggle. We named ourselves Abundant Life because we know that the Abundant Life - a life of wholeness and authentic self-expression, purpose, creativity and love - is the divine birthright of everyone and we want to support your living it.
You will find yourself among like-minded people if:
There are many ways to experience the Divine in community. At Abundant Life Spiritual Center, you will find our Sunday services are upbeat and celebratory as well as contemplative and meaningful. Our music is contemporary and our minister's message is always thought-provoking, practical and inspiring. People who walk through our doors almost always comment on the loving energy they feel. We've even been told that our energy is at a palpably higher vibration than many much larger spiritual communities. Everyone leaves feeling good and equipped for the week to come.
If you visit us on a Sunday you will also experience:
As we pause, reflect and celebrate the five-year anniversary of Abundant Life Spiritual Center, I am filled with a complex mixture of emotions. At this juncture I want to share what is in my heart, what it has all been about and the potential that our future holds.
Every year at Abundant Life Spiritual Center we hold a Spiritual Education and Enrichment (SEE) class for Unity credit. This year our class is Lessons in Truth. This SEE core class is an exploration of Unity’s oldest book, Lessons in Truth, first published in 1903, by H. Emilie Cady, homeopathic doctor and New Thought metaphysician. As Ernest Wilson put it, “Next to the Bible itself, Dr. Cady’s Lessons in Truth is Unity’s primary textbook.”
Day of the Dead is a lively holiday observed throughout Mexico and other Latin American cultures, which celebrates the lives of the deceased. This year it begins on Sunday, November 1 and ends on Monday, November 2.. Last year we held a Day of the Dead sacred service during our regular Sunday service time and it was very well received. This year we will again hold this special service on Sunday, November 1. During this time together we will honor and celebrate the lives of our loved ones who were important to us.
Our men's group will resume on Sunday, September 20. This group meets every third Sunday of the month at 9:00 a.m. prior to our Sunday service. It's a great place for men to be in spiritual community together and receive support for the joys and challenges in their lives. All men in our community are invited as well as any men outside our community who may be interested. The group is facilitated by Jonathan Nicholas