Rev. Jan Mourning’s Mid-Week Message

Thursday, May 14, 2020 Hello, everyone!  The prayer above comes from Rev. Joy Wyler at Unity.  Certainly, in this beautiful spring season we can see and appreciate Divine Life all around us.  This reminds us that the goodness of God prevails. I know everyone is wondering when we can resume…

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Minister’s Corner: After the Pandemic

Rev. Jan Mourning

In 2020, we at First Unity set the intention to sail the seven C’s together as a COMPASSIONATE, COURAGEOUS, CONTEMPLATIVE, COLLABORATIVE, CONNECTED, CANDID COMMUNITY. Little did we imagine how choppy, unpredictable, and frightening the current seas would be! We have been adrift in uncharted waters – where none of us…

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Rev. Jan Mourning’s End-of-Week Message

Friday, May 8, 2020 Hello, everyone! I realize my “Mid-Week Message” is now an “End-of-Week Message. I was waiting to see what the specifics of the new St. Louis County Covid-19 order are. It just came out today, and I am plowing through it now. I was at church yesterday…

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Thursday Thoughts from Rev. Jan Mourning

Dear Friend, Let’s take a moment together for quiet reflection. I quiet my mind and place my attention on the rhythm of my heartbeat. I feel love grow and bloom like a budding flower reaching toward the sun. The love within me soothes my soul and fills my mind, crowding…

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Thursday Thoughts from Rev. Jan Mourning

Thursday, April 23, 2020 Hello, everyone.  Yesterday was the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day.  Recently I saw a political cartoon by Dave Grandthat that read: Earth Day 2020 Report “There’s less air pollution from cars.” “We’ve got less industrial pollution!” “Less noise pollution at airports.” “And lots less litter on…

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Rev. Jan Mourning’s COVID-19 Message

Rev. Jan Mourning

Hello, everyone.  Considering the latest COVID-19 guidelines that there be no gatherings of 10 or more people, we are cancelling Sunday Services, ministry meetings, special events, and all community groups through Sunday, March 29. At that time, we will reevaluate conditions and make the best possible decision for everyone.   While…

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