Mother’s Day Sunday Fellowship with Rev. Charli Tupper

This Mother’s Day at Unity of Verde Valley, Rev. Charli Tupper, Unity minister from Prescott, will be joining us to lead us in celebration of Mother’s Day with a special message entitled “Being the Torchbearer” in honor of Myrtle Fillmore.

Myrtle Fillmore, mother of Unity, was known as the torchbearer.  As we open ourselves to the teachings that created wholeness and prosperity in her life, we will see the ways in which she holds the torch for our healing into wholeness too.

Don’t be shy about coming early. Coffee is usually ready by 10:00 AM. We look forward to seeing you there.

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Weekly Fellowship with Rev. Michele Abraham

Rev. Michelle Abraham from Phoenix will bring us the message this Sunday, May 5th, simply titled “Spiritual Awareness.”  Rev. Michelle is an ordained new thought minister and Licensed Unity Teacher.  We always look forward to having Rev. Michelle as she always delivers a very special message from the heart.

Don’t be shy about coming early, coffee is usually ready by 10:00 a.m.!

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Weekly Fellowship with Rev. Billie Martini

This week we welcome back guest minister Reverend Billie Martini.

Reverend Billie’s message this week is “Is the Party Over?”. For those of you who joined us for her first visit and inspiring “It Is What It Is (until it isn’t)” talk, we’re sure with a title like this, this week’s message will be equally interesting and empowering.

Rev. Martini is the pioneering minister of Unity of Surprise which was founded in 2002. She joyously served this dynamic spiritual community for 16 1⁄2 years until her retirement from church ministry this January 2019. She also served as Volunteer Coordinator at Unity of Phoenix for several years, worked at Unity Village, MO in the Public Relations Department and served as Assistant Minister at Unity of Sun City for two years.

Reverend Billie’s hobbies include dining at new and different restaurants with her husband Ralph, entertaining family and friends, reading and caring for her eight “fur” children. She has one son, Brad Zupp and a daughter-in-law, Beth.

She is committed to service. Her motto is “I live to serve and serve to live.” She truly lives in gratitude for the opportunity to serve humankind and to celebrateand support the greatness in everyone.

Please join us; we look forward to seeing you there.

Don’t be shy about coming early. Coffee is usually ready by 10:00 AM. We look forward to seeing you there.

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