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Rd. Raleigh. www.unitytriangle.org Facebook page: www.facebook.com/unityofthetriangle


Unity of the Triangle Classes for Youth. 11am. Nursery, Preschool, UniKids (Grades K-2), UniKids (Grades 3-5), UniTeens (Middle school), and Y.O.U. (High school). Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. www.unitytriangle.org, Facebook page: www.facebook.com/unityofthetriangle Unity Youth and Families Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/uct.youth/?fref=ts


Unity of the Triangle—What is Unity? First Sundays 12:30pm. This 45-minute class offers an opportunity to learn about the basics of the Unity philosophy and history in addition to general information about our church. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. www.unitytriangle.org Facebook page: www.facebook.com/unityofthetriangle


Unity of the Triangle—Unity Highlights. Second Sundays 12:30pm. This 60-minute class focuses on the core Unity teachings of Healing, Prosperity and Guidance. Each month there is a new emphasis so make it a regular part of your Unity experience. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. www.unitytriangle.org/ Facebook page: www.facebook.com/unityofthetriangle


Unity of the Triangle—Spiritual Q & A. With Rev. Neusom. Third Sundays 12:30pm. This is a 60-minute after


the show gathering that


invites all congregants to join our ministers to discuss ideas from the service and beyond. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. www.unitytriangle.org/ Facebook www.facebook.com/unityofthetriangle


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Unity of the Triangle Boomers Group. 10:00am– 10:55am 50’s and 60’s. Second and fourth Sundays. Come connect with fellow seniors between Sunday services to share your life’s journey, your wisdom and your dreams while exploring how the Unity principles relate to your life. The format is open discussion and individual participation is encouraged. Enjoy sharing stories and wisdom, fun and fellowship. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. www.unitytriangle.org Facebook page: www.facebook.com/unityofthetriangle


Gathering of the Sisterhood: An Evening for Evolving Women. 6–8pm. First Sunday. Bringing like-minded women together of all ages and paths. Meet and greet first 30-minutes, then a talking stick will be passed allowing each participant 3-5 minutes to share. This will be followed by open time when people can stay and talk. 20 person limit, and $7 charge which will include a beverage and a pastry of your choice. Registration is required. Oasis in Carr Mill Mall. 200 N Greensboro St, Suite A5. Carrboro. www.oasisincarrmill.com


Second Sunday Sewing at the Scrap Exchange. 2–6pm. Ages: 14+. Join us for community sewing meetup in our Design Center, hosted by textile artist Christine Ramsey. Bring a new or old project and Christine can help you work through creative and technical blocks. Take the opportunity to sew with tons of fabric, trim and accessories at your fingertips. Free admission. Fee for materials. Scrap Exchange, 2050 Chapel Hill Rd, Durham. 919-688-6960. Visit: www.scrapexchange.org for on-line registration: www.sewsunday.eventbrite.com


The Yoga of The Twelve Step (Y12SR). 7:30–9:00pm. Yoga meets the 12 Steps. This meeting is for people facing addiction and their loved ones. No yoga experience or props required. All are welcome.


Donation based. Please join us. Evolve Movement, 219 Oberlin Road, Raleigh. Visit: http://y12sr.com


MONDAY


Nidra Yoga Class. 5:30-6:30pm. Mondays. November 6 – December 18. Nidra Yoga is the art of conscious deep relaxation. Led by Beth Briggs, a 40-year practitioner of Sivananda and Satchidananda Yoga, this powerful class will give participants the tools to relax and release stress and tension and to find balance and healing in their lives. Love Offering. Location: Fellowship Hall. Register online at unitytriangle.org


Strength & Abundance Class. 6:30-8:30pm. Mondays. November 6 – December 18. Seeing yourself in a few years living abundantly is the mental blueprint for your future self. First you see an abundant life in your mind then you will see it in your daily experience. Talks, videos, small group sharing and daily exercises over seven weeks will break us out of our familiar, old expectations so we not only see our future life, we commit to it. Love Offering. Location: Fellowship hall. Register online at unitytriangle.org


Course in Miracles. 7pm–8pm. Contact David Beaver at 919-271-6605. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. www.unitytriangle.org Facebook page: www.facebook.com/unityofthetriangle


Unity of the Triangle Men’s Group. First and Third Mondays 6:30–8pm. Men of all ages are invited to share from their heart their challenges, feelings, and spiritual journey while being supported and uplifted by the group. Members determine what they wish to gain from the meeting based on what is shared and expressed during the check-in. Contact John Pelligrino at john@jfp-international.com Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. www.unitytriangle.org; Facebook page: www.facebook.com/unityofthetriangle


Chronic Pain Support Group. 10am–noon. Second and fourth Monday. Suffering pain every week is hard! Our hope is to share our coping methods, be understanding and be prayer warriors for each other. Sponsored by Crossroads Fellowship. (http://crossroads.org/) For information contact Mary Hilbert, 919-616-8978, su4fun@yahoo.com


Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous. 7pm. Mondays. We are an international fellowship of men and women who have experienced difficulties in life as a result of the way we used to eat. Through shared experience and mutual support, we help each other to recover from the disease of food addiction. White Plains Methodist Church, 313 SE Maynard Rd., Cary. Contact: Kathryn, 919-467-8568 or Anne, 919-977-7648.


Yoga For People Living With or Surviving Cancer. 11am–12:30pm. Mon. and Thurs. A welcoming class for people who are new to yoga or who want to increase their flexibility, strength and stamina. UNC Comprehensive Support Program, 6013 Farrington Road, Chapel Hill. Call: 919-966-3494. $5 and scholarships possible.


Meditation and Prayer Circle. 7pm. Connect with Spirit in the silence during our weekly Meditation and Prayer Circle. Bring your prayer requests for yourself, a loved one or the world or simply enjoy a time of quiet reflection. Meets every Monday


evening from 7–8pm. All are welcome. Love Offerings gratefully accepted. Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd., Chapel Hill. 919-968-1854, www.unitychapelhill.org


TUESDAY


Seeing Who You Really Are. 7:00–8:30pm. Second Tuesdays. Monthly meetings are about seeing clearly who we are at the center of our being. We’ll use guided awareness exercises from Richard Lang and Douglas Harding to draw our attention back to it’s source–the open, boundless Awareness that is our True Self. All are welcome. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. www.unitytriangle.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/unityofthetriangle


Men in Unity Support Group. Facilitator Rev. Larry Henson, Monthly meeting now on 4th Tuesdays, beginning October 24, 7:00 p.m. We live in a time of transformation and confusion. Many old patterns of social oppression have yielded to the urge for change. The Men in Unity group seeks to be an inspiring presence where men can come to know themselves more fully, and to find and explore each of our self-made purposes. Sign up at www.unitychurchofraleigh.org


Oneness Blessings. 7:00pm–8:30pm. 1st Tuesday. A Divine intelligent energy transfer that causes a neurobiological transformation within the brain of the recipient. This transfer helps people move away from the sense of separation towards a sense of oneness with all that is, allowing feelings of bliss, ease, peace, joy, and love. It is not a teaching or concept, but rather an experience that supports all paths or beliefs. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. www.unitytriangle.org Facebook page: www.facebook.com/unityofthetriangle


Unity of the Triangle’s Spiritual Dialogue with Rev. Ana. 12:30pm-2:30pm. Join Rev. Ana in a spiritual dialogue that will support your healing and transformation while also allowing to connect at a deeper level with others. This interactive and popular study group often uses a book or video series and always incorporates prayer, meditation, and certainly fun! An evening session will be added soon. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. www.unitytriangle.org Facebook page: www.facebook.com/unityofthetriangle


The Holistic Moms Network Monthly Meeting. 10:30am. Third Tuesday. The Holistic Moms Network is a non-profit support and educational resource for parents with an interest in natural health, holistic living and mindful parenting. We host a monthly meeting on a variety of healthy living topics as well as playgroups and other fun events! We invite you to join us at a meeting and start connecting with like-minded families in the area. Free. Location: Sweetbottoms Baby Boutique, 2845 Jones Franklin Rd. Visit: http://trianglenc.holisticmoms.org


The Art of Conscious Aging: An Ongoing Group. 11:30-2:00pm. 2nd Tuesday. Each gathering will focus on a single topic. Participants will have an opportunity to provide program leadership. Any woman who experiences herself at any stage of her elder years is invited to join us in a deep sharing of her own experiences. Bring bag lunch and a drink. No fee or need to register. Newcomers welcome. Health Touch Wellness Center, 3500 Westgate Drive,


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