End of Year 2020
Together in 2020, we accomplished a lot! If you missed our Impact Report, view it here.
We are ready to unleash the untapped divine potential that lives at the heart of Unity Church of the Hills.
The Power of Transformation
Sometimes it is through adversity that our callings are ignited, that we realize what’s at stake and what matters. We have certainly moved through adversity over the last 12 months. And while we face a significant budget shortfall, we know that we are called to great work in the world. All of our tangible accomplishments from 2020, while extraordinary, cannot be measured against the priceless gift of even one transformed life. Perhaps that life is yours. Or your neighbors. Just one new understanding of the nature of God as Love and the nature of our own selves as expressions of that love can change the world.
Now more than ever, people need a place where they can create life-changing relationships centered in unconditional love and acceptance.
As year-end approaches, we’ve set three tangible goals that will help us continue the intangible work of transforming lives.
- $225,000 in gifts and tithes.
- Increase the percentage of recurring givers to 30%. Click here to set up recurring giving.
- Introduce 50 new congregants to their journey of giving as first-time givers to UCOH.
As a community, we’ll track our progress on Sundays, via emails, on our App and here on this web page with the thermometers in the side bar.
We understand that not everyone is in a position to give this year-end, but for those who are, we invite you to help meet our goals by December 31, 2020.
The Generosity of God
“I have unshakeable faith in the perfect outcome of every situation in my life, for God is in absolute control.”– Catherine Ponder
As you prayerfully consider what is yours to do with regards to year-end giving, we hold you in our hearts with great love. We see your life flourishing with possibility and promise. We see the abundance of the Universe expressing itself in every area of your life.
“One of my first several visits to the church was the service immediately after 9/11. I remember vividly how moved I was to reach out, hold a hand, and sing, “Let There Be Peace on Earth,” on that particular Sunday.
“UCOH is an oasis, not just of love and acceptance and energetic joy, but deep, quiet and generous peace.
“I am so grateful for all the powerful guidance that Spirit gives me through this church and its people. I’m grateful for the relationships and experiences that have made my life so rich just by my seeking a deeper spiritual connection nearly twenty years ago. I’m grateful for all of you.”
Gifts & Tithes
percentage of giving