Unity Church-Unitarian is a vibrant intergenerational congregation grounded in the history and heritage of liberal religion. Our shared ministry enlists the whole church family in living out the values we proclaim. At home, at church, and in the world, we strive to usher in the reign of mutual respect. The mission of Unity Church is to engage people in a free and inclusive religious community that encourages lives of integrity, service and joy.
Project Home at Unity Church
Click here for all the details about this emergency shelter for families and to learn about ways that you can volunteer to be a host!
March 1-30, 2015
Supporting the residency of Rev. Danny Givens, Jr., and Unity's ongoing anti-racism work.
Become part of our FAITHIFY campaign! Faithify is an all-or-nothing crowdfunding platform (like Kickstarter) specifically for Unitarian Universalist projects. We’re raising $10,000 in support of the two-year ministerial residency of Rev. Danny Givens, whose partnership with Unity Church “has begun to bear fruit in profoundly intimate ways, “ as Rev. Rob Eller-Isaacs put it. “Unity’s deep engagement with Beloved Conversations, led in part by Danny, is one of the most exciting things in Unitarian Universalism today.”
Help Fund Danny's Residency Today
We Are All Criminals
Samuel Morgan Community Forum
An exhibit. A discussion. A chance to reflect.
Saturday, April 18 • 9:00-11:00 a.m. • Free
Parish Hall at Unity Church
Presentation by We Are All Criminals director, Emily Baxter
One in four people in Minnesota has a criminal record. It’s time to talk about the other seventy-five percent.
We Are All Criminals looks at those of us with criminal histories but no record. In other words, those of us who have had the luxury to forget our misdeeds. Doctors and lawyers, social workers and students, retailers and retirees tell stories of crimes they got away with, and consider how different their lives would have been had they been caught. This project challenges our society’s perception of what it means to be a criminal and how much weight a record should be given. This Morgan Forum is given in conjunction with the We Are All Criminals exhibit that will be in the Parish Hall during April.
You are invited to share... As part of the We Are All Criminals exhibition you have the opportunity to share your story, anonymously. During April visit the DeCramer Room, just off the Parish Hall, to listen to other stories of those who were never caught and take the opportunity to write a brief description of your own error in judgment. Or, grab one of the postage paid cards from the Parish Hall, fill it out at home, and mail it into the church. These cards will be posted with others on the wall leading to the DeCramer room.
Open Page Writing Sessions
Led by Consulting Literary Minister Karen Hering, Open Page writing sessions are opportunities to correspond with the "still, small voice within." Using stories, poetry, images and objects as well as wisdom from religious teachings, science and history, participants reflect on the month's theme in their own words and on their own pages. No writing experience is necessary. All of the following offerings are held at Unity Church. Writing sessions are free, and an RSVP is required to firstname.lastname@example.org. More details
Wednesday, April 15 • 7:00-9:00 p.m. • Freedom Shared
Wednesday, May 13 • 7:00-9:00 p.m. • Peace Within and Among Us
Wednesday, June 3 • 7:00-9:00 p.m. • Wisdom’s Crossroads
Make Your 2015 Pledges
Sunday Worship Services
Sunday worship services and religious education programs for children and youth are held each week at 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 4:30 p.m.
To read about the worship services or to find out the weekly offering recipient, please visit our Sunday Worship page.
Map and directions
This Week at Unity Church contains information about upcoming events and a weekly calendar.
This Week at Unity: March 22, 2015
Weekly Sermon Podcast
Click the arrow below to listen to the sermon from Sunday, March 22: What Is Your Destiny? -- Rev. Jim Eller. View the podcast archive.
Wellspring Wednesday is a weekly night at church that includes dinner, worship, and plenty of programming for people of all ages.
All are welcome!
Fellowship and Learning: 7:15
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Pastoral Concerns and Joys
If you have a joy or sorrow, life-cycle event or concern you would like to share with the Pastoral Care Team and congregation, please fill out this online form or email email@example.com and a team member will contact you.
Service & Learning
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- Sources Supper
- UU Families Initiative
- Volunteer Corner
- Wellspring Wednesday