This Sunday at Unity!
The Secret Hidden for Ages!

October 14, 2018 at 11:00 am

North York Central Library Auditorium
5120 Yonge Street,
North York, ON M2N 5N9
Auditorium – Second Floor

The Bible asserts that everything had and has a single and Divine origin. That is, everything came and continues to come from one Source. God is in every grain of sand, in every person and everywhere else - omnipresent. Almost 5000 years ago, young Jacob realized that “God is in this place, and I did not know it”.

Generation after generation, leaders in the Hebrew community came to know how to let God work through them. This enabled them to receive “instruction” and “guidance” from within, regardless of their challenges.

Jesus, however, did something that no one thought possible. He understood and knew how to teach anyone to become receptive and responsive to the Spirit of God within them. Using plain and simple words, he described the character qualities necessary for inner “receptivity” and how to develop them. It’s no secret! They’ve been in front of people for 2000 years. Some have made the effort but most have not.

What do we need to know and cultivate? It is possible for anyone to respond perfectly to any condition that arises in this world. Are you ready to make some life-changing steps?
This Sunday Only!

We invite you to join us on Sunday morning at 11 a.m. at the North York Central Library

Unity’s Sunday service will be at the North York Central Library auditorium for this Sunday only! Wee Wisdom and Hospitality will be at Fraser’s school in the complex. Fraser will escort the children to their Wee Wisdom Room from the Auditorium. Unity and the library Roombooking representatives apologize for any inconvenience. It’s a lovely space and will be an enjoyable experience for us to try out.
North York Central Library Exterior

The address is: 5120 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M2N 5N9 but you can enter off of Beecroft. (This is the photo for the Beecroft Entrance.) Go to the elevator located on your right after entering the building and go to the second floor auditorium.

Directions, TTC & Parking
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Closest major intersection Yonge Street and Sheppard Avenue. Located on west side of Yonge Street on the north side of Mel Lastman Square beside the North York Civic Centre.

Public Transit
TTC subway station North York Centre. Walk to library located in the mall by following Park home exit signs in subway. Library on your left.

Paid - parking lot on Beecroft Road, meter parking on side streets (Sundays: FREE side street parking until 1:00 pm on Beecroft etc.), paid parking lots in vicinity and underground. Paid parking is $2.00/half hour.

This Sunday at Unity!

“The Spirit of Thanksgiving”
This Sunday, October 7, 2018 at 11:00 am

Don Mills Public Library
888 Lawrence Avenue East

The earliest European settlers in the New World experienced tremendous hardships. Many came in search for the right to practice their religion without persecution. Life was not easy as a pioneer, but freedom made their efforts worthwhile. Every settlement had, at its centre, a church of a type, common to the settlers. Their faith, courage and gratitude supported them.

According to some historians, the first celebration of Thanksgiving in North America occurred during the 1578 voyage of Martin Frobisher from England, in search of the Northwest Passage. This predates the first American Thanksgiving in the United States by a few decades. Nonetheless, thanksgiving feasts had been a longstanding tradition in their European homelands. Then again, thankfulness is common throughout the history of Judaism and Christianity.

For what do most people “give thanks”? Commonly, they first give thanks for God and then identify the GOOD things for which they feel grateful. Have you made your “gratitude list” yet? Bring your list to church and join with us in giving thanks.

We invite you to join us at Unity for our Thanksgiving service, Sunday morning at 11 am at the Don Mills Public Library 888 Lawrence Ave. East, TO

Hospitality following our 11:00 am service

“The Jesus’ Method” Method #4
Freedom 9 — New-Life Series

Sunday, September 30, 2018 at 11:00 am

Don Mills Public Library
888 Lawrence Avenue East

Biblical accounts of “miracles” represent events that “logic” will never understand. Skepticism about spiritual things is common. The Apostle Paul described this situation in a single sentence: “...the unspiritual person simply cannot accept the matters with which Spirit deals — they just don’t make sense to him” (I Corinthians 2: 14-16).
Not everyone, of course, becomes a skeptic. Many intuitively know that “Something Higher” lies behind (or above) materiality. Others, who grew up around spiritually-minded people, develop a concept of God and accept that God is real, though they might find it difficult to describe their faith in detail. Things were no different in Jesus’ day. People believed in God because they were taught to believe in God, but few (if any) had ever witnessed a ‘miracle’.

The “miracles” attributed to Jesus always dealt with material impossibilities. He spoke to a storm and stopped it. He told a man who had been crippled for 37 years to stand up and walk. He brought people who had died back to life. What would you think if you personally witnessed such happenings? Would you be curious?

According to the Gospel writers, some were in awe, some were excited, some scoffed and some wanted to know how this could happen. In a few instances, we’re told about responses, but it appears that few wanted to know how it happened. As a formerly blind man said, “All I know is that I was blind, and now I see” (John 9:25).
Every miracle that Jesus facilitated was accompanied by a significant spiritual teaching, which the “miracle” illustrated.

This Sunday’s lesson is about Jesus’ 4th Method of teaching.

We invite you to join us on Sunday morning at 11 am at the Don Mills Public Library
Wee Wisdom for Children at 11:00 am
Hospitality and Fellowship following our 11:00 am service.

Welcome Song
Opening Prayers

The Lord’s Prayer
Our Father, which art in heaven,
Hallowed be thy Name.
Thy Kingdom come.
Thy will be done in earth,
As it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our trespasses,
As we forgive them that trespass against us.
And lead us not into temptation,
But deliver us from evil.
For thine is the kingdom,
The power, and the glory,
For ever and ever.

PIANIST: Mr. Jacob Damian
SOLO: Mr. Samuel Forde
SONG: ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL ( as Wee Wisdom Children proceed to their Wee Wisdom class)
INSPIRATIONAL TALK (As listed above)
Offering Blessing
The Love of God blesses and multiplies all that I have, all that I give and all that I receive. Thank you, God
The Prayer of Protection James Dillet Freeman
The Light of God surrounds us
The Love of God enfolds us
The Power of God protects us
The Presence of God watches over us
Wherever we are, God is

Blessing for our Ministry
“God’s Spirit is the source of all Goodness.
We see our Unity Church of Truth Ministry prospering and flourishing and expanding in its capacity to serve!
We see all attendees honouring Prayer as the foundation of their lives and our ministry. We celebrate in expanding our consciousness by learning and practicing Truth Principles. We understand that as we willingly and generously give of our tithes, talents and time to this ministry our ministry will flourish and we will receive increasing goodness in our lives.
We see a new church home manifesting for us now, perfect in every way with adequate onsite parking, TTC & highway accessibility, at a perfect price, in perfect condition and in divine order.
Thank you, God!
Closing Song: “Let There Be Peace”
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Unity Church of Truth
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Sunday Service and Wee Wisdom Location:
Don Mills Public Library Auditorium
888 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto

Wednesday and Thursday Classes Location:
Fairview Mall Public Library
35 Fairview Mall Drive
Room #4 Telephone: 416.487.3663