Prayer & Meditation Service
Prayer is the foundation of the Unity movement and of Unity Church of Clearwater.
Acknowledging the fact that prayer is the heart of our ministry, we are starting a weekly Wednesday evening Prayer & Meditation Service.
The service will be lead by Associate Minister, Judy Tafelski.
The Wednesday evening service features guided meditation, silence, and prayer.
Meditation is the process of listening to the “still, small voice” of God within us. Affirmative prayer is the highest form of creative thought and includes the release of negative thinking as well as holding in mind statements of spiritual truth. The contemplative nature of entering into the silence allows people of like mind to share the power of sitting in the silence together.
We invite you to join us! This is an opportunity to connect with community and raise the consciousness of oneness that is at the core of our Unity teachings.
Let us lift our consciousness to new heights through prayer and meditation, and help heal ourselves and our world!
Prayer Service During Lent
Join us for this prayer time in the familiar format, including the blessing of silent prayer.
“The word Lent comes from the Anglo-Saxon word for spring, which is derived from a verb meaning to lengthen. Lent comes in the spring when the days become noticeably longer . . . . Lent is a season of spiritual growth, a time for progressive unfoldment. When we can blend and merge our minds with God-Mind, the way is open for the Lord to glorify us and to lift us into a higher, purer, more spiritual state. ‘Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there I am in the midst of them,‘ said Jesus . . . .
As day after day we steadily adhere to our firm resolve to follow the steps outlined for the Lenten season, we discover that we are guiding on a firm foundation, and are mounting into a higher consciousness. We come to know that Christ is indeed with us and is resurrecting in us His realizations of light, life, and substance” (Charles Fillmore in Keep a True Lent).
“To observe Lent according to the spirit rather than the letter we must fast from criticism and condemnation and feast on love . . . . Ideas such as these form an excellent basis for Lenten meditation and help establish permanent spiritual values in heart and mind” (Foreword by Georgiana Tree West).
Join in our regular guided meditation services from 7-7:30 pm on Wednesday evenings, led by The Rev. Judy Tafelski in the Peace Chapel, starting on Ash Wednesday, March 1, through the last Wednesday in April. Enter through the Bookstore Doors. A passive love offering is gratefully received.