About Unity of Berkeley Springs
Unity of Berkeley Springs began meeting in August and became an official Unity Expansion Ministry in October of 2012. We presently meet at The New Earth Granary, a building that was used to store grains, over a century ago. The building is used for concerts and community events, our use is Sunday morning and for Movie Night and book study. Berkeley Springs is a small town in Morgan County, a rural county with a population of about 17,ooo. It is known for it’s healing waters and active art and music culture. We are blessed by our talented musicians, led by Kathy Seager, vocals and flute, Tula Ruggiero, Keyboard and Harp, Kerry Jackson, Cello and guest musicians. Our music is uplifting, soothing and will open your heart. Our Sunday service and other activities provides opportunities to connect with others and experience community. Our Small Group book study also offer connection as well as a safe environment to learn and grow spiritually. Unity of Berkeley Springs lives the principles we teach through community outreach. We volunteer at Starting Points which assists families and serves meals three times a week. We sponsor a family at Christmas, serve on the homeless coalition and have assisted individual families in times of need.
Sunday Service: 10 am
Pot Luck first Sunday of the moth
Movie Night and Vegetarian Pot Luck 4th Wednesday at 6pm
Small Group Book Study- Fall -Winter-Springs at Granary
Summer Small Group meets Mondays at 12noon at Cacapon State Park- Gazebo near lodge- bring a sack lunch
Meet the Minister
Our minister, Rev. Anne Murphy-Oswald is a 2004 graduate of Unity Institute and was ordained that same year. Her call to ministry came after a thirty year career as a hospital and hospice nurse. Rev. Anne delights in telling stories and conveys deep spiritual truths with simplicity and humor. Anne and her husband Hank live in downtown Berkeley Springs and enjoy visits from their combined families of seven children, sixteen grandchildren and five great grandchildren.