Unity Church of Truth (founded in 1913) begins celebrating its 104th year of service in Toronto!

MOVIE SCREENING AT UNITY: "FOR THE NEXT 7 GENERATIONS!" Trailer: http://www.forthenext7generations.com/trailer.php
Movie followed by Q & A with the Grandmothers
http://www.forthenext7generations.com/
Date: Friday evening, September 23, 2011
Unity - Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:40 pm)
Tickets: Advanced Tickets: $16
Or, At the Door: $21
Get your 'Advanced' tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com
FOR THE NEXT 7 GENERATION MOVIE SCREENING at Unity SEPTEMBER 23, 2011


International Saxophonist Dave McLaughlin CD launch and proceeds go to the Williams Brothers Foundation
(Helping children with tutorial assistance across Canada)

Guests Appearances Include:
JEROME 'JYD' WILLIAMS AMBASSADOR FOR THE NBA
Farley Fox - Canadian Idol Judge
Michael Thompson - Toronto City Councillor
Arty White - Alicia Keys Guitarist
George Carter - Famous Singing Lawyer
Nigel Wilson - Former Blue Jay
Robert Chambers - Pianist
Simone Soman - Singer

MEDIA ALERT MAY 2007

A Question and Answer Evening with The Secret’s Bob Proctor reveals how to lead a rewarding life of wealth and abundance

Imagine landing on just one solution that catapults you towards the life that you have always wished for - one that’s abundantly rich and rewarding in every facet. In fact, it exists today, this very moment and everyone has the capability of doing it. Learn how! Bring your questions to entrepreneur, philosopher and motivational speaker Bob Proctor, as The Unity Church Toronto presents a rare opportunity!

Guests can participate in an intimate VIP reception (limited to 25 people) with Bob Proctor followed by his Presentation and Question and Answer Session. Alternatively, they can just attend the presentation and Q+A. An Evening with Bob Proctor: Prosperity and Abundance Through the Laws of Attraction takes place from 6:30 pm to 9:30pm at The Unity Church Toronto (173 Eglinton Avenue West), on Thursday, May 3rd, 2007.

As featured in the internationally acclaimed film The Secret, Proctor is widely regarded as one of the living masters and teachers of the Law of Attraction. He teaches people how to use positive intention to manifest abundance in their lives.
Bob Proctor has focused his entire agenda around helping people create lush lives of prosperity, rewarding relationships and spiritual awareness. Coming from a life of want and limitation, he was a high-school dropout with a resume of dead-end jobs and a future clouded with debt.

With the influence of Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich and with further support from the works of Earl Nightingale, Proctor’s life flourished. Within a year, he was making more than $100,000, and soon topped the $1 million mark.

Proctor then moved to Chicago to work for his real-life mentors, Earl Nightingale and Lloyd Conant. After a successful tenure at Nightingale-Conant and having risen to the position of Vice President of Sales, Proctor went on to establish his own seminar company. He now travels the globe, teaching thousands of people how to believe in and act upon the greatness of their own mind. When he established his own seminar company, he secured a contract to work with a few hundred agents at the Prudential Life Insurance Co. of America in Chicago.

During his first seminar, Proctor suggested that any agent at the lecture could write $5 million in business that year, simply if the agent made a conscious decision to do so. As a result, the performance level of the entire division increased substantially, with more than one agent actually accomplishing the deed. Over the ensuing years, Proctor has shared his special message and expertise with countless business entities worldwide through his live seminars and many published programs.

The Unity Church Toronto is one of several places of worship belonging to the Association of Unity Churches International. The Unity movement is seen not so much as a religion, but rather as a way of life, and often refers to itself as “practical Christianity”. The Unity Church Toronto is located in the heart of mid-town Toronto, five blocks west of Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue.

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Available for Interviews, Bob Proctor


For more information, please visit:
www.unitytoronto.ca

VIP Reception from 6:30pm to 7:30pm: cost $250.00/person (Also includes Reserved Premium Seating to Q&A ( 7:30 -9:30 pm) and more...)

Q&A: from 7:30 -9:30pm Cost $50.00/person. (No Reserved Seating)

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Rwandan genocide survivor, Claire Wihogora, shares an emotional story in her documentary short Yesterday in Rwanda

Toronto – April 12, 2007

Who: Activist and Rwandan genocide survivor Claire Wihogora

What: A presentation of Claire’s documentary short Yesterday in Rwanda followed by a question and answer session

Where: The Unity Church Toronto, located at 173 Eglinton Avenue W.

When: Sunday April 15th 2007 at 12:30 p.m.

Claire Wihogora, will present her documentary short Yesterday in Rwanda this Sunday at The Unity Church Toronto. This powerful film chronicles Claire’s experiences in Rwanda as well as her struggles in dealing with personal trauma as a newcomer to Canada.

Only 15 minutes in length, the documentary combines film images of Rwanda with footage of Toronto to reveal the texture of memory, and one woman’s daily struggle to live with yesterday. Of Claire’s extended family, only she and her mother remain. The rest were murdered by Hutu militia, including her brother, sisters, father, cousins and grandparents.

Yesterday in Rwanda was an official selection at a number of film festivals in the past year, including the Toronto International Film Festival and the Vancouver Film Festival. The documentary is also set to be featured in a number of other festivals across North America this year.

Despite her deeply traumatic experiences, Claire Wihogora brims with love and passion. She is the founder of Women in Rwanda, a non-profit organization which aims to connect women in North America with survivors of the genocide.

The Unity Church Toronto is one of several places of worship belonging to the Association of Unity Churches International. The Unity movement is seen not so much as a religion, but rather as a way of life, and often refers to itself as “practical Christianity”. The Unity Church Toronto is located in the heart of mid-town Toronto, five blocks west of Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue.

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Available for interviews, Claire Wihogora