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.
A Spiritual Practice of Data: Congregational Survey Results
Wednesday, October 29 • 7:15-8:30 p.m. • Anderson Library
Bill Etter, Laura Park, and Board members Deborah Carter McCoy and Terry Linskey will present results from the congregational survey completed last May. Come hear how you assessed the health and spiritual vitality of our church and reflect with us on the interesting possibilities this information sparks for our future. 2014 Congregational Survey Results (PDF)
A Book Talk with Writer Bill Powers
The Samuel Morgan Forum and Beloved Conversations presents
Step by Step: The Selma Awakening
Saturday, November 8 • Unity Church
8:30 a.m. • Refreshments • 9:00 a.m. -Noon • Forum
This coming March will mark the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday and the march from Selma to Montgomery—a turning point in the Civil Rights movement and the struggle for the right to vote. With voting rights once again under attack in many states and with racialized mass incarceration continuing to undermine communities of color, the time is right to recover the story of Selma and in particular of Unitarian Universalism’s response to Dr. King’s call. The Rev. Dr. Mark Morrison-Reed is the preeminent scholar of race and racism within the Unitarian Universalist movement. His newly published book, The Selma Awakening, is a deeply moving, troubling, and inspiring glimpse into one of the defining moments of the 20th century for us and for the nation.
This forum will feature a lecture by Dr. Morrison-Reed, small group conversations about how the Selma story informs and invigorates present day anti-racist activism, and a presentation on the possibility of a Beloved Conversations pilgrimage to Birmingham and Selma to join Unitarian Universalists, and many others from across the nation, on the anniversary weekend. Please plan to be with us. Child care requests are due by November 1 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Beloved Conversation is co-sponsored by Unity’s Library and Bookstall Team.
If you would like to join other Unity Church members for Thanksgiving, either as a guest or a host, please come to the sign-up table in the Parish Hall after services on November 9 and 16, or contact Anna Newton at email@example.com.
Peter Mayer CD Release Concert
Sustainable Agriculture Compost Brigade
Join the Sustainable Agriculture Group’s “Compost Bucket Brigade” and help empty the church's compost buckets! You can sign up here: http://bit.ly/compostbucketbrigade.
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