At Unity Church of San Antonio
Unity Church of San Antonio will offer a White Stone Ceremony on Sunday, January 12, 2019 at 11:00 a.m., in their sanctuary located at 1723 Lawndale Street, San Antonio, Texas. This opportunity to discover one’s spiritual focus in the coming year is free and open to the public. Unity of SA is also pleased to announce the White Stone Ceremony is a DreamWeek partner event.
In the White Stone Ceremony, participants are invited to set their intentions for the coming year. At this event, everyone is provided a beautiful white stone from the holy land to use in the ceremony. The white stone represents starting the New Year with a clean slate as reflected in scripture:
”If you have ears, listen to what the Spirit says to the churches. To everyone who wins the victory, I will give some of the hidden food. I will also give each one a white stone with a new name written on it. No one will know that name except the one who is given the stone.” (Revelations 2:17 Contemporary English Version).
The white stone is an ancient symbol of freedom. Come and learn more about how the metaphors of a “white stone” and a “new name” are used in this very special ceremony. Claim your freedom and discern what your inspiration will be in the coming year at this meaningful service.
If you have never attended services at Unity Church of San Antonio before, you are invited to attend. You will find our CommUNITY warmly welcomes persons of every ethnicity, language, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, economic status, occupation, and faith background. If you have questions about this event, please contact Birdie Shawker at [email protected]
Unity Church of San Antonio is located at 1723 W. Lawndale Dr., San Antonio, TX 78209. The sanctuary is located near the intersection of Broadway and W. Lawndale. From Loop 410, exit Broadway. Go south on Broadway to the third traffic light and turn right. The Sanctuary will be to your right.
At Unity Church of San Antonio we welcome, affirm, and uphold everyone, appreciating how the One Presence expresses in wondrous diversity. At Unity Church of San Antonio, we meditate, study, and serve.