Unity

“God is not only the God of history … God is also the God of today.

 

The Supreme Power of the universe is not locked in ancient Scriptures but is alive in the world now.

 

Revelation is not a special dispensation of God but a quality of Divine Mind and a faculty of our minds.

 

What God is revealing to us today may be more important than what God said to us yesterday.”

— Eric Butterworth, “Unity”

Unity is a movement more than a denomination or religion. Emerging from the work of founders Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, Unity has no dogma and no creeds.

For millions around the world, Unity represents a community of New Thought spiritual seekers who strive to build connections of Spirit through love, respect, and mutual support.

Principles

The pursuit of spiritual nourishment in Unity reveals 5 key principles.

History

The story of Unity begins over 100 years ago in the Kansas City area.

Silent Unity

Unity will pray with you 24 hours/day, 365 days/year, as they have for 100+ years.

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