About Unity Church of Christ
Unity Church of Christ is an open hospitable commUnity of people committed to spiritual growth as a way of transforming lives. Our aim is to teach Practical Christianity and metaphysical interpretation of the Bible as proved and shared by our co-founders, Charles & Myrtle Fillmore. When applied consistently to our lives it has been our experience that these teachings are invaluable as they accompany, enhance and encourage you on your spiritual journey.
Within our facility you will find a comfortable narthex where fellowship and refreshments take place between services and a beautiful sanctuary where empowering messages with inspiring music are held.
It is our pleasure during opening service to acknowledge the presence of newcomers and present them with a Welcome Packet. If you prefer not to be acknowledged we will respect your wishes with a blessing of love and gratitude for joining us.
We thank you in advance for the blessing of your presence with us knowing that you are also a blessing to the world!
Sunday Services: 9 & 11 am with Fellowship and Refreshments between services.
Wednesday Meditation Service: 8 to 8:30 pm
Children’s Church, 9 am: Children are taught Unity Principles at their level of understanding by caring adults who have received background checks and specialized training. Snacks are provided.
Interactive Play, 10-11 am: Children are taken outside for organized play allowing parents time to enjoy Fellowship with the rest of the congregation. In the event of inclement weather play will be held in the Great Room.
Kid’s Klub, 11 am: Adult supervision is provided for activities such as coloring, games, puzzles, crafts, etc.
All children must be signed in and out by an adult who remains on church property.
WORKSHOPS, CLASSES, SPECIAL SERVICES
We hold numerous educational, spiritual and social events throughout the year.
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Meet the Minister
Church Minister – Rev. Rebecca Galati, OUM, LUT
Music Minister – Missy O’Brien
Minister Emeritus – Rev. John Salunek, OUM