Upcoming Sunday Speakers

Rev. Sarah Phillips

Rev. Sarah Phillips

Join us in our sanctuary at 11 a.m., on Facebook Live, or on Zoom for music, meditation and an inspiring message.

Upcoming Sunday Speakers

February 28 — Rev. Sarah Phillips

Tom Capshew

March 7 — Tom Capshew

Tom Capshew’s journey with Unity began in 1997 at Unity of Tallahassee. Since then, Tom has attended and been a member of Unity Churches wherever he has lived. As a member of Unity of New York, Tom trained for and joined the Prayer Chaplain Team which provided prayer services to over 700 congregants. He is a member of Unity of Fredericksburg and has spoken at other Unity Sunday services in Virginia. He is an Ordained Interfaith Minister, completing his studies at The New Seminary in 2009, and an Ordained Interspiritual Minister, completing his studies at the New Vision Interspiritual Seminary in 2015. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Tom Capshew is a Spiritual Medic. He combines training and experience in spirituality, psychotherapy and energy work to assist people in discovering and clearing their blind spots and limiting beliefs to live more fully into their potential. His spiritual healing practice focuses on working with individuals and groups to live into their divine essence. He is the author of two books: “Divine Warrior Training: Manifesting the Divine in our World,” available from Innerspark Press; and “Consciousness Rising,” available from Balboa Press. For additional information, or to purchase his books and meditations, please visit his website at www.thomascapshew.com.

Roy Berkowitz

March 14 — Roy Berkowitz

Roy Berkowitz has attended Unity since 1990; he has been speaking at his home church, Unity Center of DC (formerly CommUnity on the Hill), since 1996, and has also been a regular speaker at Unity of Shenandoah for the past 7 years. Roy recently retired from Inova Juniper Program, an outpatient clinic for people with HIV in northern Virginia, where for 21 years he worked as a mental health counselor and trained doctors, nurses, social workers, and health care workers to work with people infected and affected by HIV. He continues to consult and volunteer in the field. Roy is a produced and published playwright, and in 2013, an award-winning independent movie was made of one of his one act plays.

March 21 and 28 — Rev. Sarah Phillips

 

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