We have many opportunities in our spiritual community for you to become involved. Serving is a wonderful way to meet people, develop friendships, become part of something larger than yourself and grow spiritually through service.
While some opportunities require Unity membership or special training, most are open to anyone who wants to get involved. For more information about any of the opportunities listed below, please contact us.
Ushers & Greeters
Able to arrive at service 30 minutes early, friendly disposition, hand out bulletins and welcome packets, take collection, tidy sanctuary after service. Once per month.
Bring food to share with the congregation, set up the food and beverages in the service area so that it is ready to be served right after service. Also be there to serve the food and clean up.
Help promote fundraising/social activities, as well as workshops, special speakers or services that would appeal to the community. Needed: people with good communication skills.
Fundraising & Social Activities
Attend planning meetings, help with dinners and other fundraising/social activities – may include a variety of jobs. Commitment varies according to each person. Need a variety of talents and skills. Everyone welcome!
Assist with teaching Sunday School or helping with child care. All ages children through teens are served. Attend support meetings once a month and pass a background check. Learn more
Join our prayer team on Tuesday mornings from 10:30-11:30 a.m. as they join in prayer for all of the prayer requests that have been given to our center. Learn more
If you love Unity books, CDs and art, you’ll feel right at home in our lovely bookstore. Sunday mornings before and after service. Learn more
A “Mr. or Mrs. Fix-It” will be glad to know your services are well needed by our center, too! We have a huge facility always in need of TLC. See Peter Kohlepp for more information.
Prayer Chaplains provide prayer, comfort and support to our congregation. Prayer Chaplains must be members of our Unity community, undergo special training, and make a one-year commitment to serve. Learn more