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Welcome To Unity Church

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Welcome to Unity Presbyterian Church, a place of authentic welcome and deep friendships.  We are a group of disciples on a journey to deepen our faith with God and with each other as we serve God through mission, worship, education, and fellowship. Sunday worship looks a little different right now as a few people are returning to in-person worship and many are remaining in their homes. We are learning that it doesn’t matter where we gather, or even if we gather in person, because the church is the people, not the building they meet in. So we continue to support each other with phone calls, Zoom meetings, emails, texts, Facebook posts, and more, as we strive to “be the church” at all times. Please reach out to janeen@unitypres.org if you have a need, since our offices are closed at this time.

If you would like to attend worship in person, please click on the “reserve a seat” button above.

As we return to in-person worship, many of our activities will remain online only. Please check the church calendar for meeting locations or Zoom links.

Latest From The Blog

Enjoy the following blog posts from Pastor David he reflects on worship and other topics.

These Things Last Forever

At my college, we had what was called “The Big 3.” It was three activities that, if you were caught doing them on campus, you could be expelled from school. I’ll let you guess what they were. Today I want to talk about a different “Big 3.” These are three things that are so important...

Ecclesiastes Study Begins Today

“Meaningless! Meaningless!” says the Teacher. “Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless.” -Ecclesiastes 1:1-2 So…how do we interpret these words? Ecclesiastes is a unique book within the biblical canon. Some commentators call it the strangest book in the Bible. Ecclesiastes seeks to answer one basic question: “What is the meaning of life?” There are several themes present...
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