Notice:

The Board of Trustees met on June 9, 2021 and our structured safety plan towards re-congregation is now modified at Unity of Boerne.

  • We will continue limited seating in the sanctuary with social distancing, hand sanitizing, and using disinfectant wipes on contact surfaces in the restrooms.
  • Masks are optional for those who have been fully vaccinated, and recommended for those who have not.
  • If you are not fully vaccinated, we kindly ask that you please use one of the masks available at the entrance to the church or bring your own.
  • Please, if you are not feeling well, or have a fever or respiratory symptoms, you are invited to join us on-line instead, rather than attending in-person.
  • We will continue to broadcast our services on Facebook and on our YouTube Channel.
  • We will continue to monitor the situation and modify our safety plan as conditions warrant.
  • SUNDAY SERVICE  11:00am-12:00pm           

Unity Church of Boerne meets every Sunday at 11:00am for an inspiring and enlightening Sunday Message.

We are located at 121 Scenic Loop in Boerne, Texas, near the San Antonio-end of Boerne. When you cross under or use exit #543 off IH-10, you’ll travel 1.4 miles East on Scenic Loop (away from Boerne). We are on your left-hand side of the 2nd sharp curve.  Please Be Safe, and slow your vehicle before this curve. Just drive through the old stone gate and park under the trees or under the sun.    And just so that you know,   We meet in a quaint 85 year-old one-room school house; and we’re looking forward to greeting and meeting you.  Great fellowship, a great  spirit of learning, and some pretty friendly folks.   Come on in!

As well as our regular pianist, we periodically enjoy music performed by a variety of talented South Texas artists.

We are a small group (normally around 35-40 attendees) and love visitors.  You are guaranteed to feel welcome and accepted.

While kids are always appreciated, and invited to attend service, we do not currently have a youth or children’s program.  We anticipate the need as we grow.

  • LISTEN TO SUNDAY SERVICES

Find out what our visitors are learning and returning for. Whether you’ve missed a service or speaker or would just like to go back into our achives and listen to some of the previous Sunday messages, Just click on the Home Page LISTEN tab and select; or  you can access them here.

  • SUNDAY MORNING BOOK DISCUSSION  9:30am-10:30am

We have a well-attended book discussion before the Sunday Service in the Fellowship Room and Lending Library right next to the sanctuary.

You may join anytime, come regularly, or just once in a while. You do not need to have read the book to participate. We take turns (volunteers) reading a portion of a chapter and then we pause and discuss. We enjoy the many different points of view and consider ourselves to be very open-minded, non-judgemental and Free Thinkers … welcoming all the diverse thoughts and ideas.

We are currently studying, Practical Metaphysics by Eric Butterworth.  You don’t need a copy of the book to join us, but if you want one, you can order them on Amazon. We move through them at an unrushed, comfortable pace, with lots of discussion and sharing.     Certainly this is an empowering meetup and discussion.

  • OUR SPIRITUAL LEADER  Rev. Jay Mulkey                              

Since our founding in 1995, we’ve been blessed to be ministered to by Unity Ministers and Licensed Unity Teachers as well as enjoying a variety of Guest Speakers including some interesting, metaphysical and spititual practitioners and teachers. See our calendar for more info.

We feel ourselves to be continuingly blessed through the practical guidance, the meditations, and weekly messages  provided by our Spiritual Leader, “Reverend Jay”.

Rev. Jay Mulkey is a native to San Antonio from the Alamo Heights area. In the 1980’s he discovered Unity and started to attend Unity of San Antonio. He was a young man in his 20’s, an extraordinarily successful real estate agent. Jay was the youngest sales manager for Century 21 Reser-Stawn. He also has a background in marketing and broadcast TV, you may recall him as the weekend weather person on TV in the San Antonio area.

Jay became regularly active in the Unity movement, working with the likes of Catherine Ponder, Rev. Marianne Bowers, Rev. Phyllis Grace, Rev. Howard Ceaser, Rev. Norman Olssen, Rev. Jack Bolin, and many others. He worked behind the scenes in the areas of financial management and administration. He also taught classes, facilitated workshops, and spoke at many Unity centers.

He had a wonderful relationship with Peter McWilliams, author of the book, “Life 101” and worked with him closely on that project, speaking regularly about the book.

He was called to ministry and chose to transition to the Methodist church for his training. At the time he felt there would be more opportunities in a larger denomination. He brought his New Thought experiences with him to the Methodist pulpit. In his studies at Mount Wesley in Kerrville and Weimer, he focused on pastoral counseling, intergenerational ministry, and church finance. In 2007 he was certified as a licensed minister. He was ordained in 2008.

At Sant Andrews in San Antonio he served as Associate Pastor, Family Ministries Director, and the Weekday Day School Chapel Director. Rev. Jay was successful in the Methodist church, serving several churches in leadership capacities and was nominated for the Bishop’s Exemplar Award for his role in fundraising.

Timing is everything, doors closed and opened in a way that facilitated his return to the Unity movement. Rev. Jay declined an assignment from the area Methodist bishop so he could stay close to his father and be his caregiver. At that time, he spoke several times at Unity of Boerne. He was invited to become the Spiritual Leader at Unity of Boerne about five years ago.

Rev. Jay is currently enrolled in Unity’s field ministry training and is working toward becoming an ordained Unity Minister. He is also enrolled in the Course of Miracles ministry training program. He has an active pastoral counseling practice in San Antonio.

In his spare time, he enjoys reading, billiards, nostalgia, natural parks, his beloved pets, and is an avid audiophile.

After brief service as Interim Minister, he was installed as our Spiritual Leader with overwhelming membership vote on Feb 11, 2018.

 

  • SUNDAY LUNCH BUNCH                        

After Service on non-Potluck Sundays, those of us who can, invariably continue the fellowship and meet for lunch at one of the local restaurants for some good food, fun, and friendly conversation.

Click on our newsletter tab for the list of restaurants for each month.