Unity Spiritual Center proudly presents Billboard on Bernard – a fantastic multimedia music show featuring vocal solos, piano solos, instrumental soloists and our own Unity choir. You will hear Top 10 chart busters from over seven decades of hits that made it to the Billboard charts.
This year’s show once again features Spokane’s favorite a cappella doo-wop male quartet, Top Flite, singing great songs such as “Moon Dance” and Billy’ Joel’s “For the Longest Time.” Our show also features singer/violinist Pam Benton performing classic pop tunes “White Bird” and “Devil Went down to Georgia.”
Our show features the Unity Choir singing an amazing Beatles medley you will truly enjoy along with a wonderful medley of 70’s tunes that will have you dancing in your seats! Join us!
April 13 and 14th at 7pm, and a matinee performance on April 15 at 3pm. Tickets are $15 and $20 and are on sale now! Call to reserve yours today: 838-6518
There is a very spiritual perspective on Sacred Rubble—that it is a time when we can make room for all the good in our lives. Sacred Rubble represents a grand way to put our beliefs about abundance into practice. We do that by clearing away the good things in our life that no longer serve us. It doesn’t really work if we clear away the garbage in our lives because eventually we would get rid of that anyway. But instead, if we take a look at all the “stuff” in our houses and garages that are wonderful but no longer serve us on our journeys through life, then we can make plans for those items.
Now if you are new to Unity, Sacred Rubble is the name we give to our annual rummage sale. It has been a successful fundraiser for us over the years, but it is so much more than a rummage sale. It is a demonstration of prosperity.
There are so many spiritual principles of abundance enmeshed in Sacred Rubble. Our good cannot come to us if the channels of abundance are too clogged. So we look in our lives for the items that will be a treasure to others and that we need to get out of our lives because they no longer propel us on our journeys. Often too much clutter makes us feel guilty by the very act of looking at it in our houses and garages.
So let me invite you to poke around in your life. Clear the channels of abundance so that greatness and perfection can land at your feet and in your heart. Find articles that are in good shape that you no longer want, and bring them to our center in April and May. Exact dates to follow!
Sacred Rubble is Friday, May 18 from 9 am-4 pm, and May 19 from 9 am-2 pm