Unity recognizes that there are many expressions of family life. All are welcome. Unity creates an affirming environment that fosters positive self-image, personal responsibility, and unconditional love and acceptance.

We support families by providing a variety of family-friendly activities and events, parenting classes, and workshops to strengthen the connection of the family unit and in community to other families. Divine Inspiration works through us to create a nurturing and supportive environment for parents and children through spiritual activities, wholesome recreation and service to others.


Parenting Classes

Looking for some extra parenting support while coping with current events? Wondering how to apply the spiritual truths of the Unity movement to raise confident children despite difficult circumstances? Join parenting experts for inspired and solution-oriented discussions on parenting your children to bring out their best.  Classes are offered periodically by programs such as Conscious Discipline, Language of Listening, Say What You See, Love & Logic, and more. Check our calendar and rolling banner for announcements in the future.

Fifth Sundays

On fifth Sundays, our elementary class takes a break from regular Sunday lessons to enjoy a game day.  Table games and structured group games, sometimes outdoors when the weather is good, provide an opportunity for fun and relationship building.

On fifth Sundays, our teen groups (Uniteens and YOU) take a break from class time to volunteer for the 11:25 Service as greeters, ushers and to help with hospitality.  This gives them an opportunity to connect with the adult volunteers and feel some ownership in the community.

Family Game Night

Families meet periodically to play their favorite games with each other and to enjoy a meal together. The format is potluck games and potluck food (bring your favorites to share).

Community Camp Outs with Glamping Options

These weekend-long community-wide camp outs include glamping options for those who like more of the comforts of home.  Once or twice a year, we visit a campground with a variety of sleeping options… tent camping, RVs, tipi’s, cottages, tiny houses or tree houses!  We also choose campgrounds that offer lots of recreational activities for people to choose from.  These camp outs include some structured time together along with lots of free time to just hang out and relax. There are some shared meals to enable people to enjoy table fellowship. The weekend concludes with an outdoor church service on the grounds.  It’s a wonderful way to build connection with each other.

Spirit Camps

Every summer a week-long camp is held for the elementary age children. This camp uses a variety of art forms—music, dance, movement, drama, food, art, nature– to explore the practical application of a spiritual topic in depth. Interaction with fellow campers and experiential learning are important features of the camp. Field trips and guest speakers are often featured as well. Feedback from parents has been that these camps are often life-changing for their children.

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