The Development of the Unity Movement
Class by Denise Lesea, LUT
Wednesday Jan 27th to Feb 17th 7:00pm-8:30pm
Denise Lesea will guide us through an exploration of how the Unity movement began, its history, and its future as an evolving cultural force. Students will explore and discuss the early lives of Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, the early years of Unity (1889-1910), the rapid growth and Golden Era (1910-1939) and the Unity movement today which is built on Principle.
Denise Lesea holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a major in photography from the SF Academy of Art and a liberal arts degree from USF. Denise's’ career in photography spanned 30 years. During that time she owned and operated her own thriving studio. In November, Denise received a Unity licensed teacher credential. Her passion is to teach and help people discover the truth of who they are through classes and workshops, enabling them to live a life of happiness, love, peace and joy.
The Class is based on The Story of Unity by James Dillet Freeman (Available on Amazon). As an alternative to purchasing the book, we have supplemental materials that we will provide.
1 Person Course Registration: $85 (4 weeks)