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Fridays Beginning September 8, 9:30 - 10:30, USCABQ Sanctuary

Sue Eaton, a yoga teacher with over 500 hours of training, is excited to offer a yoga class at Unity Spiritual Center,  This weekly class is for beginners, as well as experienced yoga students.

This class will be in the style of Hatha yoga, which focuses on breath and movement, and is more gentle and slower paced than other styles. It will include yoga poses, breathing practices and meditation. The emphasis will be on increased body and breath awareness, and alignment, as well as with stretching and strengthening poses. Variations with props will be offered to assist with various levels of mobility. 

Participants are asked to bring their own yoga mats, and other props, such as a blanket or pillow to sit on, a block or pillow for support, and a strap or scarf for stretching. There will be a limited number of props available for use. Chairs will also be available to use as props.

Suggested Love Offering $5.00 - $10.00

Contact  Sue by via with any questions.

UNITY METAPHYSICS IV: Proving the Truth We Know

USCABQ & Unity Windward collaborate to bring you: Metaphysics IV: Proving the Truth We Know

Fridays Sept 15 - October 27, 5:30 - 7:30 MDT, Online Virtual Only

Facilitated by Rev. Geo Downer of Unity Windward, Kaneohe, Hawaii




Unity Spiritual Center embarks on a new adventure providing the opportunity for learning from one another, having fun ,and making friends!

What: A 5 week small group book study using Brene' Browns "Daring Greatly".  Each Sunday during Adventures in Faith the lesson will be based on the book.  For fun, we will wear specific colors each Sunday. Wear green on Sunday, September 24th.

Where: Locations have been set. Contact the if you have any questions about your group or location, or haven't been contacted.  If you have not joined a group and wish to do so, please call the office ASAP, 505-292-1998, T-TH, 10 am to 4 pm, to find a group that has openings.

When: September 18 through October 22.


Monthly on the THIRD SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:00 pm. 

Our BETTER LIVING SERIES continues on September 9. NOTE:  September Better Living will take place on the 2nd Saturday. This shift applies to September only.  Whether your life is going great or you'd like to up the energy, these workshops will provide you tools and experiences for better living. Attend one or all. Monthly on the THIRD SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:00 pm. Love offering/donation. NO NEED FOR ADVANCE REGISTRATION. Come in time for the workshop, sign in and enjoy.

NOTE:  The September only Better Living Series session has been shifted to the 2nd Saturday, September 9.

Saturday, Sept. 9, 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Medication or Meditation, Rev. Gordon Keyler and Novella Keyler, LCSW.


Thursdays, 11:00 to Noon, Main Building, Facilitated by Trish Miller

Grief is a continuing journey that is different for all who are on that journey.  Trish brings years of experience as a Grief Counselor to this work.  


3rd Thursdays, Ongoing, Monthly
2:30 - 4:30 pm, Facilitated by Chris Acklen
Love Offering

“Listening” Group

Thursday, September 21, 4:30 - 6:30 pm


Love Offering

Facilitated by Chris Acklen and Timothy Brennen

Special Guests are coming to the Listening Group Thursday, September 21, 2023

The residents of the homeless shelter, Compassion Services Center, will be sharing their stories of life on the street. They will be joined by the founder, Pastor Joanne Landry of Interfaith Bible Center.

Kell Kearns, a shelter resident and Unity person, has produced a documentary about homelessness in Albuquerque. We will be screening parts of his documentary. The documentary can be viewed in its entirety by going to the website of the Compassion Services Center, scrolling down and clicking on the green box that says Sheltered, the name of the documentary.

Please note there is no longer an evening group.

The vision of the group is to open it to all New Thought churches and eventually all of Albuquerque, bringing together people with many different kinds of beliefs. Come be part of this exciting outreach! 

Come join the fun and listen with us! Please see Chris Acklen with any questions.


11:40 AM - 12:40 PM, Monthly on 4th Sundays. Large Classroom
Love Offering. No Tapping experience is necessary.

The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is also known as tapping. It is a technique that has been around since 1995. Acupressure points are tapped in a sequence to help release physical and emotional pain. The positive effects are quick and long lasting. The governments of several countries, including Britain, Canada and Australia, have approved their national health programs to provide tapping as a treatment modality. The American Veteran’s Administration has also approved of tapping to be used for treatment.   Chris Acklen is leading our new tapping group. Chris is a clinical social worker, psychotherapist and clinical supervisor. She has had several tapping trainings and much continued study. Chris uses the technique personally and in her work with clients. 


9:30 - 10:30 am, Mondays and Wednesdays in the Sanctuary, Love Offering.  Laurie Roop, instructor. NOTE: The Monday, Sept. 25th class will be in the USC ABQ Office across Carol Street from the main building. The main building will be fully occupied by another event on that date.

            Do you want more energy, physical flexibility, increased emotional and physical benefits? Then, put on your comfortable clothes and come join us! This class taught by Laurie Roop is based on very slow and controlled movements of the Chinese martial arts. Gentle and easy to learn. Any level of ability is welcome. No prior experience is necessary.  Just a reminder: Doors close promptly at 9:30 am.



YFM youth (tiny through teens)

10:00 - 11:00 am, Sundays, Main Building Classrooms, 9800 Candelaria NE, Albuquerque, NM, 87112.

If you have any questions or your child(ren) are new to YFM, please contact: Amanda Replogle, Youth and Family Ministries Coordinator,  Come and join the fun! We are a welcoming, inclusive, spiritual home.


8:30 - 9:15 am, Sundays, Online using Google meet; email the office for the link :, Love Offering. 

This is our oldest continuing group at USC ABQ! It is facilitated by Patrick Knight and Jay Pullen. We will be returning to in person gatherings in the future. From "We approach the Bible as the story of the spiritual development of our soul. Remember that New Thought teaches that all things we experience in life had their origin in thought; “we create our experiences by the activity of our thinking.” Metaphysical Bible students, therefore, relate each Bible story, and the characters and places in those stories, to their own development as spiritual beings.

Charles Fillmore wrote, “Apart from being a book of great historical and biographical interest, the Bible is, from Genesis to Revelation, in its inner or spiritual meaning, a record of the experiences and the development of the human soul.” The “theater” is in our consciousness, not in the biblical lands. Although the historical biblical story occurred long ago in the faraway biblical lands, when we do a metaphysical bible interpretation, all the action occurs in our consciousness. We do not metaphysically interpret historical events! What we metaphysically interpret are events in consciousness, in a belief that what occurred centuries ago is an expression of the same Divine Ideas that are now expressing in our own consciousness."