Welcome to Unity of the Huachucas Spiritual Center website. Here, you’ll find information about our various programs and classes, as well as details involving exciting, enlightening, and entertaining events upcoming throughout the year.
We are in transition. Our Spiritual Leader has retired, and those of us who find value in this spiritual community are pulling together to fill the gaps until the perfect Spiritual Leader finds us. Growth is not always easy, but it is always worth the cost. Through this period of change, we continue to draw together in prayer and thanksgiving and to recognize and acknowledge the Christ in each person. Your soul is welcome here!
Here at Unity of the Huachuca’s, just north of the Mexican border, our aim is to continue to cultivate a diverse, good-hearted, and exciting community of students on their journey. We pray that all people find their right and perfect spiritual home, wherever that may be. We seek to attract vibrant, and genuinely enthusiastic truth-seekers.
Every Sunday morning at 10:30, we enjoy a lively and invigorating Sunday service, grounded in New Thought Christianity and inspired by the teachings of Jesus, as well as wisdom from other traditions around the world. Deeksha, or Oneness Blessings are offered after services. Check out the online calendar for more information on all our offerings.
Feel free to join us in community either Sunday mornings or for our Wednesday Evening Prayer Group. Surrounded by birds and butterflies, St. Francis silently stands ready to greet you in our beautiful meditation garden. Everyone is welcome!
We are located at 7487 E. Larkspur Lane, Hereford, AZ, 85615, between Ramsey and Hereford, off of Moson Road.
Feel free to call us at 520-378-2488. If you have prayer requests for yourself or others, simply leave the names or a message if you’d like a call back. You may also contact us via email at: email@example.com.
If you care to leave us your email address, we’ll add you to our Constant Contact list so you’ll be sure to receive a notice when we have special events.
We believe everyone is here on a Holy purpose. We bless you as you move forward on your journey.
Sunday Service with Rev. Sandra Jean followed by Christmas Potluck Party
Prayer Group - 6:00pm
Sunday Service with Rev. Jerry Hooley
"Words in a Row" Writer's Group & Deeksha Oneness Blessing
Prayer Group - 5:30 pm
Sunday Service with Pam Peabody - "Prayer of Protection"
Board of Trustees Meeting
Prayer Group - 5:45 pm
520. 378. 2488
Congregant of the Month • Vicente Espinoza
Vicente came to Unity of the Huachucas after hearing about our spiritual center. He says something spoke to him about Unity being the right place to be. He rarely missed a service or an event. Vince, (as we know him) also comes early and stays late to help out.
Vicente is a Yaqui Native American. For a time he worked as a grade school teacher at the reservation on the bottom of Grand Canyon at Havasu Canyon. He was always thrilled to see the children dancing in the water that would rain down from the canyon rim above, even though there wasn't a cloud in the sky. Nearby Havasupi Falls are nestled in the Grand Canyon between gorgeous red rocks and greenery, the waterfalls are located on the land of the Havasupai Indian Reservation, an offshoot of the Grand Canyon. "Havasupai" itself means "people of the blue-green waters," and it is said the sacred water "flows not only across the land, but also through each tribal member." Vince is able to do loom weaving, basket making, beadwork and other traditional crafts. He left working for the tribe to become a Franciscan monk.
He became interested in and worked in the medical field. He knows quite a bit about wild food edibles and medicinal treatment. He loves gardening, cooking, reading.
He's completed the first 2 Reiki levels of training. The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words - Rei which means "God's Wisdom or the Higher Power" and Ki which is "life force energy". So Reiki is actually "spiritually guided life force energy."
Vince has 6 children of his own.
Lately Vicente has been bravely dealing with several severe ailments which have prevented him from attending services on Sunday or participating in social activities. He is currently using his herbal medicine knowledge to fight his medical problems. We pray that he is able to use the healing power that he has used to help others to heal himself.