We are so excited that you are interested in learning more about Fellowship and Small Groups! The Fellowship and Small Groups Ministry is a cornerstone of Unity Church of the Hills and provides a number of ways in which you can connect and grow with others. These groups provide an opportunity for individuals to come together, share their inner wisdom, learn from each other, and build lasting connections.

A Course in Miracles (ACIM)

A Course In Miracles (ACIM) is a unique spiritual self-study program designed to awaken us to the truth of our oneness with God and Love.

  • Would you like to feel peaceful even in difficult circumstances?
  • Would you like all of your relationships to be loving?
  • Would you like to feel more connected to your Source?

These are the goals of A Course In Miracles (ACIM). They are achieved by learning to heal all of our relationships through the inspired practice of forgiveness.

Unity Church of the Hills has a very active Course in Miracles community, and all are welcome, whether you attend Unity Church of the Hills or not. All study groups and classes are facilitated or taught by long-time Course students, and you may join at any time. Come join fellow like-minded students on the path to remembering the spiritual beings that we really are, and always have been!

To learn more, visit our ACIM page

Men’s Fellowship Network (MFN)

The Men’s Fellowship Network weekly gathering is an open and sacred coming together of men where we explore our male spirituality and connect with one another on a spiritual level. We go deep at times, but we also have plenty of laughs and great fellowship. Check us out. We usually have 18-20 gents come each week. No commitments are required. Come when you can.

You will find that this is a safe, contemplative circle, where no one is judged or someone tries to fix you. It is about men with men learning how to connect and integrate head and heart. It is a gathering and not a meeting, and we have topics of conversation and not discussion. In our gatherings, it’s not unusual to have present over a thousand life years of experience from which each of us can learn. You will find this to be a friendly circle that does not discuss outside topics and issues, but rather a place to go within.

Where: Friendship Hall
When: Mondays 7:00-8:30 pm

The MFN gathers weekly both in-person and via Zoom.  For more information or to join the email list contact Steve Mayer at samayer@yahoo.com

Wholehearted Women's Group

The Wholehearted Women’s Group is a group of women of all ages who come together each Monday evening to encourage and support each other.  We are an insightful group of women who enjoy spending time together to share ideas, prayers, and activities.   On any given Monday you might find us discussing a book we are reading as a group, crafting, sharing life experiences, engaging in community service, and, on occasion, sharing a meal with one another.  There is no judgment; it is a safe place to be yourself.  We are not defined by or limited to one point of view.  We are walking/living our Spiritual path and we come together Monday nights to share the journey. 

Where:  Unity Oaks Room 203
When:   Mondays  7-:00 – 8:30 pm

Dr. Joe Dispenza's Austin Meditation Community Group

Our Austin Dr. Joe Dispenza’s meditation group is a loving and supportive group.  We have been working with Dr. Joe Dispenza mediations to free ourselves of limiting beliefs, become more present with our divine gifts, connect with our hearts, and even manifest new adventures much more into our life.

If you’d like to join us, we recommend getting a sleeping eye mask so that you can shut out light and go deeper in the meditation. Lastly, if you join us online, you will have a much better sound experience if you use headphones. We look forward to you joining us for our following meditation.

Where:  UCOH Chapel
When:  Saturday mornings, 9:45-11:00 am

Join us live on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1557568581231272

You’ll need to request membership in the group to join.  For more information, contact Aryana Rollins at  aryanakrollins@gmail.com

Learn to Meditate with Dr. Dan Stasiak

Meditation is a systematic practice of calming yourself in body and mind, leading to greater self-awareness. Meditation is the liberation of the mind from disturbing and distracting thoughts and feelings. “Learn to Meditate” is a one-time class. Dan Stasiak, D.C., goes through the steps of “Superconscious Meditation” from the Institute of the Himalayan Tradition.

Meditation is the finest tool for physical, mental, and spiritual growth. It is the instrument for the art of living and being. This workshop teaches you how to meditate. It systematically guides you through the essential first steps for entering states of inner awareness. You will learn the “how” and “why” of meditation postures, the importance of breath and how to regulate it, and how to calm your mind while expanding your awareness. All the basics of the science of meditation are taught in this class.  By the end of the class, you will be able to go through these steps at home and practice on your own. Wear comfortable clothing. Net proceeds benefit UCOH through this generous gift by Dr. Stasiak.

Institute for Holographic Sound and Inner Balance

Take a Quantum Leap! Manifest Health through Vibrational Healing!
Paul Hubbert is the founder of the Institute for Holographic Sound and Inner Balance. Paul holds a Ph.D. in Psychology and is certified in grief recovery, hypnosis, and addiction recovery. He is a Multidimensional Sound Master, Ordained Minister, Reiki Master, and Crystal Power Grids worker.

He works with the Hathor energy or Hathors, Masters of sound and Love, along with the Angelic Realms to manifest health in the physical body and inner spirit. Dr. Paul blends crystal singing bowls and vocal harmonics to access the healing vibration of sound and music in its multi-dimensional, holographic form. This is known as “Holographic Sound Healing.”

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Power for Parkinson's

Our mission is to provide free fitness, dance, and singing classes for people with Parkinson’s Disease and their care partners in the Austin, Texas area and around the world. We aim to engage people with Parkinson’s in regular exercise to slow or even reverse the effects of PD, improve overall sense of well-being, provide opportunities for socialization, and help prevent depression and isolation that often accompanies the disease.

Free Strength & Balance Parkinson’s Exercise Class with Nancy Bain for people with Parkinson’s and their care partners.

Take charge of your fitness with classes that are:
• Free
• Interactive and fun
• Accessible to all fitness and mobility levels
• Modified for seated or standing exercises
• Evidence-based and Parkinson’s symptom-focused
• Led by highly experienced fitness instructors
• Supported with complimentary technical assistance

Learn more at powerforparkinsons.org

Recovery International

Join millions of people who have used Recovery International groups to change their lives for the better. Recovery International offers a cognitive behavioral training method developed by the late neuropsychiatrist Dr. Abraham Low. For more than 80 years, this method has helped people learn to identify and manage negative thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and behaviors that can lead to emotional distress and related physical symptoms.

There is support for easing the suffering from stress issues by gaining skills to lead more peaceful and meaningful lives. The mission of Recovery International is to use the cognitive-behavioral, peer-to-peer, self-help training system developed by Abraham Low, MD, to help individuals gain skills to lead more peaceful and productive lives. Join facilitator, Ian Hallett on Monday evenings, at 7:00 p.m. (This group is not affiliated with 12 Step programs.)

Sunday evening AA Group

Alcoholics Anonymous

AA Preamble 

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization, or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous on Sunday evenings from 6pm-7:30pm at Unity Church of The Hills, (Unity Oaks Building Room 201). Each week a sober member of Alcoholics Anonymous will share in a general way what they were like, what happened and what they are like today. The meeting is an Open Meeting, however, one of the most important aspects of A.A. recovery is one alcoholic relating to another alcoholic.  Therefore, only alcoholics participate at this meeting. 

Anderson Mill Family Al-Anon Group

Al-Anon Family Groups

How does Al-Anon work?

There is no magic formula that enables you to help someone stop—or cut back—on his or her drinking. Alcoholism is a complex problem, with many related issues. But Al‑Anon can help you learn how to cope with the challenges of someone else’s drinking.

It may be that you could help matters by changing some of your own behaviors that make things worse. It may be possible for you to find a healthier way to respond to these challenges. Again, there are no easy answers.  But Al‑Anon meetings offer the opportunity to learn from the experiences of others who have faced similar problems.

While simple problems may have simple solutions, the solution to complex problems is more difficult to explain. Al‑Anon simplifies a complex problem by suggesting a “One Day at a Time” approach, which takes things one step at a time.

At every Al‑Anon meeting, you can hear people explain how Al‑Anon worked for them. That may be the best place to start to learn about Al‑Anon—One Day at a Time.

Al‑Anon members come to understand problem drinking as a family illness that affects everyone in the family. By listening to Al‑Anon members speak at Al‑Anon meetings, you can hear how they came to understand their own role in this family illness. This insight put them in a better position to play a positive role in the family’s future.

Some research shows that when problem drinkers enter a recovery program, their chances for success are improved when they are supported by family members who are in a family recovery program such as Al‑Anon.

Today Toastmasters

What is Toastmasters?
Toastmasters International is a nonprofit educational organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of clubs. Headquartered in Englewood, Colo., the organization’s membership exceeds 280,000 in more than 14,700 clubs in 144 countries. Since 1924, Toastmasters International has helped people from diverse backgrounds become more confident speakers, communicators, and leaders.

  • 280,000+ members
  • 144 countries
  • 14,700+ clubs

Are you afraid of speaking in public? Do your knees knock when you stand up before a crowd? Do you want to learn to overcome this fear? Toastmasters is a worldwide nonprofit organization that has been helping people learn better communication and leadership skills for over 80 years. Come join in the fun and education of this supportive organization!

This group meets on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Thursdays of the month.



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