First Unity Church Sunday Service — November 27, 2022

Please join us for First Unity Church’s November 27, 2022, Sunday Service at 10:30 a.m. This week’s message is from Rev. Le Remington and is entitled Hold On To Hope.

In the words of Morgan Harper Nichols, “Choosing to have joy is not naively thinking everything will be easy.  It is courageously believing that there is still hope even when things get hard.”  Join us this week to explore how to HOLD ON TO HOPE, embracing a positive vision for the future and then doing the work to bring that vision to life.

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Blessings, Love and Light to All!

Kim Portnoy and Steve Schenkel are Our Musical Guests for Sunday, November 27, 2022

Kim Portnoy, piano, and Steve Schenkel, guitar
Kim Portnoy
Pianist and Webster University faculty member Kim Portnoy is recognized as a versatile composer in the classical and jazz idioms. His compositions have been featured nationally and internationally at the Eastman Summer Trombone Institute in Rochester, New York; the Choral Music Experience Institute in Arvika, Sweden; the Guitar Foundation of America Conference at Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio and two International Association of Jazz Educator’s conferences: New Orleans and Atlanta.


Steve Schenkel is the guitarist and orchestra manager for the Fox Theater, guitarist for the Muny Opera and the St. Louis Symphony, and a freelance jazz musician. He recently retired after 37 years at Webster University, where he founded the Jazz Studies program, the Webster Jazz Concert Series, and the Jazz Studies/Music Technology program. Steve serves as the Music Director of First Unity Church of St. Louis.



Divine Love, through me, blesses and multiplies all I am, all I have, all I give, and all I receive.

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First Unity Church of St. Louis
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St. Louis, MO 63128

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