Kudos - Rev Dan Landis




Rev Dan Landis

Rev. Dan Landis is the new minister for Unity of Harrisburg. The church has been searching for a new minister for many months, and Landis served three years at Unity Spiritual Center in Greenfield, Massachusetts. He grew-up in Lancaster, so this is something of a homecoming for him.

Unity founders Charles and Myrtle Fillmore studied the Bible as history and allegory and interpreted it as a metaphysical representation of humankind's evolutionary journey toward spiritual awakening. Unity honors the writings as reflecting the understanding and inspiration of the writers at the time they were written.

Location: 927 Wentzville Rd., Enola. For more information, visit UnityOfHarrisburg.org.

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