Unity Somerville will hold its annual World Day of Prayer Service at 7 p.m. on Thursday, September 8th. This year's affirmation is "As I discover the power within, I unleash my divine potential." In preparation for this beautiful program, please reflect on the following questions:
1. What would it mean for you, and your life, if you knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that God lives in you?
2. How would your life look if you were living every moment from your divine potential in every aspect - your health, work, relationships, plans, and your spiritual life?
3. What would the world look like if everyone discovered the power within them and unleashed their divine potential?
Please join us and bring a friend. All are welcome!
At Unity Somerville,
* We honor the creativity and spiritual nature of each individual;
* Together we create a supportive community that encourages each individual in their unique spiritual journey;
* We learn how to co-create our experiences with God—the power of Absolute Good active in the universe.
Unity Somerville is a diverse community that respects all religious and spiritual traditions. We invite you to learn more by browsing this website, by joining us any Sunday, 11 a.m. at our weekly Worship Service, or attending our classes or workshops.
Please call or email ahead to set an appointment. All are welcome!
You can heal from anxiety, depression, trauma, digestive and respiratory disorders, heart disease and a wide range of other conditions …and stop suffering needlessly.
Indigenous people throughout the world did not have access to all the modern medical technologies that people rely upon today. Indigenous healers learned to work with the forces of nature. American Indians of many tribes went on vision quests that involved going out into the mountains to fast for four days and nights without food or water. Many were given a vision and some received gifts of healing.
Many of the tribal doctors had developed exceptionally powerful healing abilities. These healings were facilitated by the various powers and beings that worked through the native doctors.
Ben Oofana was drawn to indigenous cultures from an early age and found himself living among the Kiowa Tribe in Oklahoma at the age of seventeen. Ben began his training with Horace Daukei, the last surviving traditional doctor among the Kiowa Tribe.
For more information about Ben Oofana please click on the tab to the left.