A positive path for spiritual living

What's New

SOUPer Sunday is next week and we're looking for people to stay after service to help make the food.  Sign up this Sunday.  Thanks to this month's coordinator Carolyn Maloney.


Get Ready! Gift-it Day aka The Not-A-Cent Event

Sun. Nov 5.  1-4 p.m.

Where the joy of giving meets the joy of receiving.  The Not-A-Cent event is like a rummage sale where EVERYTHING IS FREE!

Start to put aside your new or gently used items to put into circulation so that our guests, clients of social service agencies may choose items that could benefit them.

Deborah Maloney is the event coordinator and is looking for people to serve on the team. Her email is debmaloney48@gmail.com or see her at Sunday Service.

A chance to embody our core values of COMMUNITY & GENEROSITY and demonstrate the spiritual law of circulation in action! Click here to see the Poster.


Unity Basics CLASS! Path to Membership
 Tuesday Nov 7 & 14 - 7-9 p.m.

Interested in learning more about Unity, it's history and the 5 Principles? Looking to become a voting member? Then this class is for you.  

Required reading:  "The Five Principles"  (books available for those taking the class - $22)


Class with Rev. Roxanne

4 Sundays from 12:30-3:30
Nov 12, 19, 26, Dec 3

Deepen your understanding and practise of core prosperity principles based on the book Spiritual Economics.

Class Fee:  $75 plus the cost of the book  Click here for more info

**must be six registered for class to proceed**

Bookstore New Titles have arrived....

...just in time for your holiday reading and gift giving.  Check out these must reads by clicking on each title.  Then browse our bookstore this Sunday.

Hell in the Hallway by  Ellen Debenport
Daily Word Prosperity  by Colleen Zuck
Daily Word for the Spirit by Colleen Zuck
Love is Strong as Death: moving through grief. by James Dillet Freeman
Celebrate Yourself by Eric Butterworth
Ask Yourself This by Wendy Craig-Purcell

Dishes for Fellowship: As we no longer have use of the dishwasher, we will be supplying compostable cups OR even greener and better, why not bring your own reusable coffee cup? There is a small sink to rinse your cup before heading home. There will also be a compost bag for cups and food scraps.

Want to help get the word out that USCO exists?


3 top things you can do to give USCO a HUG (Help Unity Grow)

1.  Take a picture during Sunday service and post on social media saying how much you love Unity
2.  Share this video about USCO click here
3.  See a newcomer?  Connect with them, thereby expressing our value of inclusiveness.

Here is something you may be interested in viewing. The Oprah interview with Maya Angelou where she talks about finding Unity Church.   Click here to view on youtube.