Unity Community Church Welcomes Back Guest Speakers
Dec 29, 2019 07:24PM
● By Rebecca Young
Unity Community Church in Edgewater is excited to welcome back two beloved guest speakers this month.
On January 19, Dr. Saul Shaye will be the featured guest speaker at Unity’s 11 a.m. Sunday service. His workshop, titled A Healer’s Odyssey, is being held from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. that afternoon. “This amazing presentation focuses on physical, emotional and spiritual health and includes a group healing,” shares Rev. Nancy Saputro.
Part One of the workshop is an overview of holistic health. “The emphasis is that 90 percent of your well-being is up to you,” attests Shaye, who will explain how participants can take charge of their lives physically, mentally and spiritually. “It's concise, motivating and humorous.”
Part Two focuses on spiritual healing. “This part is the story of my own transformation from atheist to spiritual healer. Although I call myself a healer, this is a misnomer, as a healer is a conduit for Spirit to work through,” says Shaye, who will share how God awakened him through dreams and inner guidance to the awareness of his "gift."
“It’s going to be very inspiring,” affirms Shaye. “You’ll leave in a lighthearted mood, knowing that we all have a gift of spirit.”
In addition, Rev. Toni Boehm, Ph.D., returns to discuss Soul Mastery at Unity’s 11 a.m. Sunday Service on January 26. This will be followed by a two-hour workshop based on her latest book, Soul Mastery: A Conscious Curriculum for Soul Evolution and Energy Mastery.
During this workshop, participants will discover how to unlock the enormous power held within their souls while opening up to a higher dimensional awareness. “This allows for a greater capacity to connect to the unified field of infinite possibility,” explains Boehm. “All who are ready for Synchro-Divinity to be a common occurrence in their field of daily awareness and experience are welcome to attend.”
Cost: $25; however, no one turned away. Location: 1001 S. Ridgewood Ave., Edgewater. For more information call 386-481-0890. See ad, page xx.