Class Series, How to Speak Unity, Offered in August




Mary Enfinger

During the month of August, Mary Enfinger will lead a discussion class series, How to Speak Unity, Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. at Unity of Pensacola. She says the discussion is for any Unity church member who wants to have a clear answer when family or friends ask, “What is Unity?”

Participants should bring a copy of the book How to Speak Unity: A Seeker’s Guide to the Basic Concepts and Terms That Define This Practical Spiritual Lifestyle, by Temple Hayes.

Enfinger, a licensed Unity teacher, was encouraged to begin her study when she was team leader for the Children’s Ministry at Unity of Pensacola. She was a member of the first class of teachers, qualifying as a “spiritual educator” for the young people of Unity in 1993. She completed her requirements to become a licensed Unity teacher in January 1997. Since then, she has served at Unity of Gulf Breeze and is currently serving at Unity of Pensacola. 

For more information about the August class series, visit UnityPns.org.

 
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