Worship Services at Unity Church
During the church year (the Sunday after Labor Day through the third Sunday in May) worship services are held at 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 4:30 p.m., except where noted. The entrance to the Sanctuary is at 733 Portland Avenue and parking is available in the church's lot on the corner of Portland Avenue and St. Albans Street. Map and Directions
From the Sunday before Memorial Day through the Sunday before Labor Day there is just one service each week at 10:00 a.m.
Each Sunday, through the work of the Generosity Ministry Team, seventy percent of the offering is placed in the hands of the chosen community non-profit recipient. The remaining thirty percent goes to support of the Community Outreach Ministry at Unity Church. Offering recipients for each Sunday are listed below the Sunday service description. If you would like to nominate a non-profit to receive the Sunday offering, please fill out the online nomination form.
October Sunday Worship
October 2: Starting Over
Our series on forgiveness begins with a service that asks what we need in order to begin again. Rev. Rob Eller-Isaacs and worship associate Terry Linskey will offer a service in the tradition of Rosh Hashanah.
Offering recipient: Urban Oasis
October 9: The Gift of Release
When real forgiveness occurs between two people, then both can be released from the restraints that influenced the relationship. Rev. Janne Eller-Isaacs and worship associate Rene Meyer-Grimberg will explore the meaning of this release and the lessons contained within it.
Offering recipient: Mission Haiti, Inc.
October 16: Celebration Sunday
Come join the ministers and worship associate Brian Newhouse as we celebrate the generosity of the congregation. Our hope is that we will be closing in on our pledge drive goal — or even exceeding it — as we gather to renew our understanding of and devotion to, true stewardship. We’ll ask, "Why me? Why us? Why now?" and answer those questions with our lives.
Offering recipient: Generosity Ministry 10th Anniversary!
October 23: What We Owe the World
Sooner rather than later our nation needs to recognize the need for reparations. Generations of racial disparity and centuries of systemic injustice call for more than a public apology. It’s time for some real money to change hands.
Offering recipient: MORE
October 30: What Happens Next?
To move in the world in a state of forgiveness requires patience, perseverance, and equanimity. Join Hallman Ministerial Intern Jessica Clay and worship associate Kevin Ward as we explore ways that forgiveness practices can be empowering and life giving for the important work of being our full authentic selves.
Offering recipient: WEOF
Family and Story Sundays
Family Sundays 2016-17
Family Sundays take place five times each church year:
Story Sundays 2016-17
Story Sundays happen frequently throughout the church year, with school-aged children (Workshop Rotation, Grades 1-6) beginning in worship with the congregation in the Sanctuary. After the opening hymn, prayers, and children’s message, the children proceed with their Journey Guides to their classrooms for religious education programming.
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