Upcoming Sunday Speakers

Due to COVID-19 cases in our area, we offer 10 a.m. Sunday services online only on our Facebook Page.

We meet via Zoom after the service for discussion and fellowship. For access to all Zoom sessions, please subscribe to our email list.

 

Ari Curhart

Ari Curhart
March 7

March 7 — “The Condition of Oneness”

Ari Curhart has been an activist for roughly 25 years. They have been a breathworker, a tarot reader, a poet, and a performing artist. Driven by the Jewish concept of Tiqqun Olam (tee-kun oh-lam), translated as “mending of the world,” Ari has dedicated themself toward building a world of cooperation and compassion and the elimination of the competitive ego.


Michael Whorley

Michael Whorley
March 14

March 14

My name is Michael Whorley. I am a Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church (PCUSA), and am an April Candidate for commissioning as a Lay Pastor. I hold a B.A. in Music Composition from the University of Lynchburg. I entered this ministry path in response to my concern of the decline of mainline Christian denominations, and seek to expand the consciousness of Christians, wherever I find them.

I was a member of Unity in the Seven Hills many years ago and look forward to being with you again. I will be sharing an original composition, “Peace, I Leave You.” I have run workshops, on occasion, but will not due to Covid-19 concerns, but look forward at some future opportunities for sharing those with you.


Rev. Dr. Rick Belous

Rev. Dr. Rick Belous
March 28

March 28

Rev. Dr. Rick Belous is Senior Minister at Unity Of Roanoke Valley. He is also an advisor to Unity Worldwide Ministries.

Rev. Belous is president of Spiral Pathways, which is an alternative Unity ministry that is a research network for advancing the evolution of spiritual consciousness. Prior to ministry, he was Chief Economist and Vice President of Research for the United Way movement.

Dr. Belous earned his BA from Columbia University, and his MA and Ph.D. in economics from George Washington University. He was an adjunct professor in economics at George Washington University.

He lives in the Roanoke area with two daughters and their cat.

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