Sunday Services

Family with parents arms over two children

Sunday services are held in person and via live-streaming to Facebook. 
 
Video of the service is posted on this site  as well as our Facebook page.

Our Sunday Service starts at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST). The service lasts about an hour, followed by fellowship. Dress is casual and comfortable. We invite families to attend the service with their children in the sanctuary as we do not yet have a separate youth education program. We do have an activities table for children, supplied with books, toys, crayons etc to keep them entertained.

Upcoming services are based on "The Five Invitations" by Frank Ostaseski:

September 19. Don't wait: Embracing the truth of constant change encourages us to not wait to deeply engage with life. To be kinder, more compassionate, and forgiving. Don't wait is a pathway to fulfillment and an antidote to regret.

September 26. Welcome everything, push away nothing: To welcome is to suspend our usual rush to judgment. Openness to paradox and contradiction is the basis for a skillful response to life. To welcome everything is an act of love.

October 3. Bring your whole self to the experience: We like to project a positive self-image. Yet we all experience helplessness, fear, anger, ignorance. Wholeness does not mean perfection. It means no part left out.

October 10. Find a place of rest in the middle of things: We imagine rest will come when our to-do list is complete or when we go on holiday. We think it requires a change of conditions. Suppose rest is a choice--a choice to be alert, to bring your attention fully to this moment.

October 17. Cultivate don't know mind: A 'don't know mind' is characterized by curiosity, surprise, and wonder. It is receptive, ready to meet whatever shows up. It is an invitation to empty our minds and open our hearts.

 

Our location is 98 Rudder Rd, next to the Sea Esta Motel, on Long Neck Road (1 block past Grotto's Pizza). Unity Spiritual Center is on the left side at the intersection of Long Neck Road and Rudder Road, Long Neck, Delaware.