Events

Sunday 19 Mar, 2017

Transform Your Health & Well-being With Medical Intuition Nutrition

Join special guests, Louise Hay’s friends and co-authors, internationally known health coach Heather Dane and medical intuitive Mona Lisa Schulz, M.D./Ph.D. (behavioral neuroscience) for an evening of transformational learning in the Sanctuary. 

There is no ticket charge for this event.

A love offering will be collected.

Intuition is the capacity to make a correct decision with insufficient information. We’ve been taught to follow left-brain facts and details to make correct decisions, but what happens if the details aren’t pointing you in the right direction?

What does this mean for your health and well-being?

In this enlightening event, you will find out:

• Why symptoms contain key information about changes you need to make in your life
• What it means when things seem fine, and then everything falls apart
• How to recognize the way emotions, relationships, career, finances and unfulfilled desires
of the soul play into your health
• Key nutritional tips to recover your health & well-being
• How to move beyond your genetics and access your body’s ability to heal

What if you could move beyond a diagnosis and listen to the message and emotions that hold the key to
healing? 

We will reveal how to combine left-brain details with right brain emotions, symptoms, and patterns
that enable you to make key decisions for your health, nutrition and well-being.


Unity of Delray Beach 101 NW 22nd St. at Swinton Avenue 561-276-5796 www.unityofdelraybeach.org

Tuesday 28 Feb, 2017

Dr. Sofiya Martin in Concert, 5 p.m., March 19

Phenomenal pianist Sofiya has performed with great success throughout the world,including in the United States, Mexico, Switzerland, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, Italy, and Austria. 
 
Her electrifying musical talent has brought her numerous prizes in international competitions.

Sofiya's YouTube channel has become very popular in furthering classical music around the world, with many videos of her live performances. Modern composers from all over the world have dedicated their music to her, and she has performed numerous world premieres. Sofiya's YouTube channel has become very popular in furthering classical music around the world, with many videos of her live performances. Modern composers from all over the world have dedicated their music to her, and she has performed numerous world premieres.

Sofiya’s concerts have been described by critics as, “A festival of all the senses.” Hear her wondrous skills 
Sunday, March 19, 5 p.m.,  in the Sanctuary.  Love offering.


The Ebony Chorale performs Palm Sunday, April 9, 4 p.m.

The Ebony Chorale, directed by Dr. Orville Lawton, will perform a concert in the Sanctuary on Sunday, April 9, at 4 p.m. The Chorale's concert will feature songs about Palm Sunday and Easter. There is no admission charge; a love offering will be collected.

In addition to classic and other hymns, as part of its goal of keeping
alive an awareness of the African-American heritage, the Chorale is
dedicated to the preservation and performance of the Negro Spiritual, a
genre of song that grew out of the African-American slavery experience.
Through its performances of the spirituals, the Chorale seeks to raise, as
well as reaffirm, the great tradition and contribution made to American
music by African Americans. The lyrics of the spirituals not only represent
religious ideals, but also carry several layers of social, political, and
theological meanings.
The Ebony Chorale represents singers, most of whom are not
professional musicians by vocation, who dedicate their time to striving for
excellence in the performance of choral music. They sing for the joy and
the love of music.
Founded and directed by the gifted and accomplished Dr. Orville T.
Lawton, the Ebony Chorale debuted in 1992, performing with the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra.
In July 2010, the Chorale traveled to Salzburg, Austria. The group also participated in the Heritage Festival of
Negro Spirituals in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The Chorale had a singing tour to Prague, the Czech Republic, Vienna,
Austria, and Bratislava, Slovakia, in July, 2013, and has since performed in Africa and many more locales.

Thursday 9 Feb, 2017

Easter Week Events Unity of Delray Beach

Palm Sunday
Sunday, April 9, 9:25 and 11 a.m.
New Members introduced at both Church Services

Sunday, April 9, 4 p.m.
Palm Sunday Afternoon with the Ebony Chorale
Concert by the Ebony Chorale with Dr. Orville
Lawton. Among the selections will be a popular Palm
Sunday anthem well as beautiful and compelling stories
of the Easter season in song.




Prayer Vigil Good Friday
April 14, 12 noon to 3 p.m.

All are welcome to the Sanctuary from noon to three
on Good Friday. The church will be open for a silent
time of inspiration, meditation and conscious
communion. All fear, doubt, worry, and sense of unworthiness
are dissolved into the nothingness from whence they came. I am
lifted in consciousness. All areas of my life are vibrantly alive. I
am triumphant! I am free! I rejoice!

Tenebrae Service
Good Friday, April 14, 7 p.m.

The Tenebrae service is a tradition that dates to the
12th century. It is in remembrance of Jesus, focusing
on the final hours before the crucifixion. "Tenebrae" is
a Latin word meaning darkness or shadows. During this
sacred ceremony, we rediscover and share the Truth
that all of the world’s darkness cannot extinguish the
Christ light, which shines eternally in each and every
one of us.

Easter Sunday Services
Sunday, April 16, 9:25 and 11 a.m.
The Reverend Nancy Norman will conduct the Easter
services at 9:25 and 11 a.m. There will be special music
and singing for the season.


Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Sunday, April 16, following 9:25 Sunday School
Sunday School students will once again look for hidden
eggs in the courtyard; all ages are welcome to watch the
merriment. A highlight of the hunt is always the arrival

of the joy-filled Easter Bunny.

Monday 30 Jan, 2017

Treasure Mapping Day! SATURDAY, March 11, 1:30pm - 4:30pm

Treasure Mapping Day!

SATURDAY,  March 11, 1:30pm - 4:30pm
with Charlene Wilkinson
Mary Kupferle Fellowship Hall

A treasure map, also known as a vision board, is a
collage of pictures and words often described as a visual
prayer. It is a powerful tool to focus our consciousness
and clarify our priorities. Each participant will create a
vision board for 2017: please bring magazines, any
pictures or words that are meaningful to you, and a
picture of yourself to include on your vision board.
Scissors, poster board, and glue will be provided
Love Offerings




Monday 17 Oct, 2016

Join the thousands who have experienced the life-changing benefits of the 4T Prosperity Program!


The 4T Prosperity Program is a 12-week, church-facilitated, spiritual program dedicated to the idea of living an abundant life—Free of the feeling of fear and insecurity, Free of thoughts of lack and limitation—Centered in the abundance of God.

When that connection with God is made, wondrous events occur and people experience a deeper spiritual awareness, enhanced relationships, job satisfaction, financial security, self-esteem, and better health.

The Charles Fillmore (co-founder of Unity) Award was posthumously given to the Reverend Stretton Smith in 1999 for demonstrating visionary consciousness and dynamic leadership as the 4T minister and author of the 4T Prosperity Program.

Join Nancy Norman at 12:30 on Sunday, January 22 in the Sanctuary 
for an introductory overview and refresher on the 4T Program. 

The 4T Program classes will be held on Thursdays starting 
January 26, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, or 7 to 9 p.m. 
The program runs for twelve weeks. 
The workbook with recordings: about $50.

The 4T Prosperity Program is a course with proven results, a powerful support system, and a guarantee. It enables people to change their consciousness and experience a deeper spiritual awareness, loving relationships, financial security, job satisfaction, creative ideas, improved self-esteem, and better physical health.

The 4T Ministry's mission is to teach others to put God first in all that they do, in order to experience miracles and change lives. It is the promise of Jesus fulfilled:



~ I came that they may have life and have it abundantly. John 10:10. ~

Saturday 1 Oct, 2016

Congregational Meeting: Sunday, February 26, 12:30 p.m.

Our annual meeting will be held Sunday, February 26 at 12:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary. Everyone who attends the church is welcome, but only current members may vote. For the meeting attendees, a light lunch will be served in Mary Kupferle Fellowship Hall following the 11 a.m. service.

The nominating committee was comprised of the Reverend Nancy Norman, minister and CEO, and board representatives Harvey L. Brown, Jr., president, and Joy Prouty, secretary. Church members on the committee are Judy Reimers and Karon Clark. The committee has recommended the nominees below to fill the 2017-2018 openings and serve on the church board of directors. 


Board of Director Nominees

JOANNE LITHGOW 

My husband Brian and I first attended a service at Unity of Delray Beach on March 4, 2007, after more than three years of active study and involvement in the Science of Mind Church in Boca Raton. We have never looked back, and have been very involved with Unity of Delray Beach ever since, becoming members in April 2008.

I believe I have taken most of the classes that have been offered here at Unity over the years, including several consecutive years of Stretton Smith’s 4T Prosperity Program. For five years I co-chaired the Usher/Greeter group for the 9:25 service, and for four years I had the honor and privilege of being a Prayer Chaplain. I am a regular attendee at the 7 a.m. Prosperity Coffee on Thursday mornings – no matter how difficult it may be to get out on the road by 6:30 at times; the fulfillment I find from attending is always more than worth the effort!

My employment background is in management and sales, dealing with people from many different backgrounds. Currently within the community I am an active member in P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization) and I am a board member and officer of our Homeowners Association.

I feel very fortunate and thankful to be part of such a loving, caring and spiritually-minded group of people here at our church. I am looking forward to the challenges and responsibilities involved in my new role, and to the continued growth of both Unity of Delray Beach and Unity School.


JOSEPH “JOEY” ROMERO 

Brooklyn, NY and is the 7th child of 9. After graduating from high school, he worked on Wall Street and for Liz Claiborne. In 1989 he moved to Florida and went back to school to become a medical assistant. He has worked for AHF Northpoint for 15 years, which is a medical practice that specializes in the care and study of HIV/Aids.

Joey joined Unity of Delray in 2007, and is very involved in church events. He leads the 11 a.m. ushers and is on the Thanksgiving Prosperity Coffee Committee. He lives in Deerfield Beach with his partner Jim Story and his little dog “Annie”. Joey loves his entire Unity church family.


New Board Member

JANET HOOSE 

We welcome Janet Hoose, who was recently appointed to fill a vacant Board position.Janet has been a member of Unity of Delray Beach for more than 30 years, and is honored to serve on the Board. She is president and founder of Fuel Facility Management,Inc., and has over 41 years’ experience in the petroleum business. Fuel Facility Management manages Consolidated Rental Car Facilities at airports. 

Janet also serves as vice chair of Southeast Florida Honor Flight, whose mission is to fly World War II and Korean veterans to Washington DC to visit and reflect on the memorials that were built in their honor, at no charge to the veteran.