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"When you let your money move to things you care about,

your life lights up." - Lynne Twist, The Soul of Money

 

Unity of Greater Hamilton functions solely on the generous donations from contributors like you.  All contributions help us to fulfill our mission to teach and live spiritual principles that create community and transform lives

Donate On-Line:

 

Canada Helps.org makes donating online easy for 3.9% of each donation.  Just click the icon above and follow the direction.

Donate by Mail:

Please make cheques payable to "Unity" and mail them to:


Unity of Greater Hamilton

1 King St W

Stoney Creek, ON L8G 1G7

 

Donate in Memory of a Loved One

You can donate in memory of a loved one through Canada Helps (see above) or by calling the office  at 905-930-8518 Tues - Thurs between 10:00a.m. and 2:00 p.m.  If you prefer, email us and we will contact you.

 

Donate through Planned Giving

We invite you to contact your attorney for advice on establishing Unity as a recipient of any Planned Giving such as Gift Annuities or Charitable Bequests.

Welcome Home!

Welcome from Rev. Anne Ahokangas

 

 

I am delighted your spiritual journey has brought you here. I want you to know that whoever you are and wherever you are on your spiritual path, you are welcome here. 
Our classes, music, messages and service opportunities are all designed to support the unfoldment of your spiritual path. 
I hope you enjoy the new website and find it a valuable resource. Please let me know what I can do to further assist your journey. 
I look forward to meeting you in person.

Welcome Home

Anne

 

Thoughts for this Week

The Crucifixion  
Rather than focusing on the crucifixion of Jesus as a tragedy, what if you looked at it as a step toward a great understanding . In its purest form, Jesus in his words tells us “The message of the crucifixion is perfectly clear. What if Judas was simply playing a part as a catalyst so that Jesus could demonstrate the unreality of death, eternal life?
 Pontius Pilate foolishly believed he had any power over the situation, ultimately demonstrating that there is no power in external circumstances The only power lies with God.  
"Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do.” (Luke 23:34)  
In Truth, God does not forgive, because God has never condemned, but this statement takes on more meaning if we read it as, “Father, I forgive them for they know not what they do.”
In this world, forgiveness is the mightiest of spiritual acts. And, Jesus perfectly modeled unconditional forgiveness even in this extreme setting. There is added power when we call on the Holy Spirit to energize our willingness to forgive. 
 
“… today you will be with me in Paradise.” (Luke 23:43) 
 

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