Welcome to Unity of Pompano Beach Spiritual Center
“A Spiritual Beacon of Inspiration, Abundance, and Enlightenment”
Virtual and Live Sunday Services With Our Band: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm.
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A New Year – A New Focus
“Black History – A Journey of Healing and Hope” with Dr. Kitty Oliver, Sunday Feb. 6
We are thrilled to begin Black History Month by welcoming Florida historian, journalist and educator Dr. Kitty Oliver as our guest speaker on Sunday February 6th. All are warmly invited to join us at 11:00 a.m. Eastern time, in person in our sanctuary or online by livestream.
Dr. Oliver is an author, oral historian, media producer, and recording artist as well as a veteran journalist and university professor. For over 25 years, she has studied and practiced Unity teachings and shared her Race and Change work as a guest speaker and soloist with many New Thought congregations.
Dr. Oliver has a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and a Ph.D. focusing on race and ethnic communication and gender studies. She founded the landmark cross-cultural Race and Change Initiative oral history archive in Special Collections at the African American Research Library and Cultural Center in Fort Lauderdale and in the American Folklife Center’s Civil Rights Project. The archive features life histories and racial experiences of over 125 self-described Whites, Blacks, Hispanics, Asians and Caribbeans living in Florida.
Her books, public television productions, and radio webcasts on Race and Change are used widely in schools and colleges. Her work has been featured on CNN, and she shared racial memories of growing up in Florida in the award-winning Ron Howard documentary film on the Beatles “Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years.” She is also a national Encore Public Voices Fellow doing intergenerational race relations work.
Read more about Dr. Oliver on her website, and be sure to join us February 6th to hear her in person!
New Class Begins Feb.15:
THE GIFTS OF IMPERFECTION
Join LUT Cynthia Roberts in this 6-week online exploration of the book, The Gifts of Imperfection, by best-selling author, lecturer, educator and podcast host Brené Brown. The subtitle of the book is: Let go of who you think you’re supposed to be and embrace who you are. This will be a dynamic and rich study!
From the author’s website:
“This book is an invitation to join a wholehearted revolution that starts with each of us saying, ‘My story matters because I matter’… A movement fueled by freedom that comes when we stop pretending everything is OK when it isn’t. A call that rises up from our bellies when we find the courage to celebrate those intensely joyful moments even though we’ve convinced ourselves that savoring happiness is inviting disaster…”
Classes will meet via ZOOM from 7-9 pm Eastern time, February 15 through March 22. You will receive the Zoom link for all 6 classes when you register. The book is available at Amazon and other booksellers.
Sometimes, and especially in times of uncertainty, life doesn’t seem to go as planned. When an outcome turns out to be something other than
what you expected, you may experience a sense of grief, anger, fear, or loss. We invite you to join with Silent Unity for a 14-day practice
of daily questions to help transform these thoughts into a more positive outlook.
As we begin our journey, please join us in affirming:
Today I choose a fresh perspective. I see possibility instead of limitation. I see hope instead of despair. I choose thoughts that build a better world.
Find us live every Sunday at 11 a.m. Eastern Time, livestreamed here on our website or on our Facebook page–even if you’re not a Facebook user. You can also view previous Sunday services on our YouTube channel. Whichever way works best for you, we hope you’ll join us for music and messages that will
lift your spirit, every Sunday.
Please join us in person on Sundays–and wear a mask! Our sanctuary is cleaned thoroughly before every service, and we create social distancing by taping off every other row. We do require everyone to wear a mask that covers nose and mouth at all times while in the church. So let’s enjoy being together in community while keeping ourselves and others safe!