Sunday Services 10:00 am 147 Walton Ave., Hyannis, MA 02601
Welcome to Unity on Cape Cod
If you are new to our spiritual community, we want you to know that you are a welcome guest. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you have found a safe and loving place.
Unity offers a philosophy that is spiritual, not religious, and is love-based, not fear based.
- We provide practical teachings that help people discover and live their spiritual purpose and potential.
- We help people have a stronger connection to God every day.
- We empower people to live abundant and meaningful lives.
- We honor all paths of God.
- We believe in making a positive difference in the world.
- We believe in being a positive example and role model.
Felicia was with us two years ago and was life changing for those of us who attended her workshop. We’re delighted that she’s back again. She writes:
“I am so excited to be spending time with you on the weekend of Sept 26th & 27th where I will present two workshops:
(1) “3 Keys to Catapult Your Success” on Saturday at 1:00 ($30) and
(2) “Dream Big, Dream Bold: Living Life Full Spectrum” (donation) on Sunday at noon.
I love this material and watching what happens in people’s lives when they learn and apply the formula I teach. People have met and married their soul mates. They have increased their income by 40-50% and more. They have created thriving business and healthy bodies and so much more just by applying the formula that transformed my life as well.
I am just delighted that I get to share it with you. When we get together I will introduce you to the formula that when understood and applied consistently, will cause you to create the life of your dreams.”
A 2011 entry into a growing sub-genre that might be called the what’s-it-all-about documentary, “I Am” comes from an unlikely source: Tom Shadyac, director of such box-office-gold comedies as “Ace Ventura” and “Bruce Almighty.” He’s not joking in this semi-deep inquiry, a philosophical quest punctuated by face time with scientists, poets and elder statesmen including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Noam Chomsky and the late Howard Zinn.
After a bicycle accident left Shadyac with debilitating post-concussion syndrome, the Hollywood player did some serious rethinking about success, status and stuff. When he’d recovered enough to begin making his first nonfiction film, he set out to answer two questions: What’s wrong with our world? What can we do about it? Read more.