~ UPCOMING CLASSES & EVENTS ~
United Palace House of Inspiration
In New York City
Our winter Community Circles and Classes UPHI have started, but you are still welcome to join! See our full schedule by Clicking Here.
And don’t forget to check out our weekly fellowship events, such as A Course in Miracles facilitated by First Lady Annette and our Men’s Drum Council. Our weekly schedule is available by Clicking Here.
Sunday, May 31 at 3:00pm
Family and Friends Day Reunion
A Celebration of our Founder, Rev. Ike and the impact of his ministry. “We honor the generations that have come before and we are mindful of those yet to come.”
Saturday, June 6 at 9:00am to 6:00pm
Community Health Fair
This integrative, holistic health fair includes: public health officials and organizations addressing issues concerning environment, our food and water supply, health screenings, etc. There will be vendors, exhibitors, activities for children and youth, entertainment for all ages, prayer and meditation, film screenings, and panel discussions. Gary Null, who is author of over 70 best-selling books on healthy living, and director of over 100 critically acclaimed full-feature documentary films on natural health, self-empowerment, and the environment will be our keynote speaker. Click Here for more information or contact: Rev. Sandra Winter,
Sunday, June 7th at 2:00pm
Min. Diamond Butler’s Bon Voyage Party
Join us at 12 Noon for our UPHI inspirational service, and at 2 PM as we celebrate her ministry as Youth Program Director and shower her with love and good wishes as she departs for a 27-month volunteer teaching assignment with the Peace Corps in Comoros, Africa (a small country northwest of Madagascar and east of Mozambique).
Sunday, June 14th at 12:00noon
Guest: Amelia Boynton Robinson
103-year-old Amelia Boynton Robinson has been an activist for the pursuit of freedom and justice for more than 50 years. She was a leader of the civil rights movement and led the march for voting rights in Selma on March 7, 1965, where she was beaten and tear-gassed by police and left for dead. The attack on demonstrators, known as “Bloody Sunday,” shocked the nation and changed the course of history, resulting in the Selma to Montgomery march led by Dr. Martin Luther King and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Mrs. Robinson, a cousin of Rev. Ike and Xavier Eikerenkoetter and a committed advocate for justice, was recently joined by President Obama in a march commemorating the confrontation 50 years ago. She wants young people to know the importance of "the struggle we faced to get to the point we are today."
The movie Selma will be shown at UPHI on Friday, June12th at 7:30pm (free of cost). We hope that you and your family will join us for these two events.
Saturday, June 20th
at 9:00am to 6:00pm
Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt will conduct an all-day workshop called Safe Conversations. A fun mix of demos and lectures with plenty of time for hands-on practice, the Safe Conversations workshop will provide life-changing insights that will enrich the lives of all who attend. This workshop will be in English and Spanish. Register online by clicking here.