The spiritual principles taught at Unity are not intended to be adopted as dogma or creed but rather to be tried on, practiced, and lived. Our ongoing educational offerings include:
Youth Education is offered every Sunday at 11:00 a.m. The Youth & Family Ministry is a fun, loving and creative environment where volunteers have the opportunity to contribute to the unfolding Christ consciousness of Unity of SA youth. There are adult facilitators in each class that are provided training and have passed criminal background checks.
Adult Education Programs:
Sunday Adult Study Group is offered weekly before church at 9:15 a.m. on the second floor in our Unity Heights Building located at 8103 Broadway Street. Our facilitator is Dottie Henderson, Licensed Unity Teacher (LUT). In this study group, all are welcome to explore Unity topics, Unity books and other literature in the Socratic Method.
SEE Classes—Spiritual seekers have the opportunity to take special courses and receive credit toward becoming a Licensed Unity Teacher (L.U.T.) These courses are labeled SEE classes (Spiritual Education and Enrichment). Everyone is invited to attend; it is not necessary to be working toward SEE certification to attend a SEE class.
Workshops, Book Study, Lectures, and Other Opportunities for Study—At any given time, 6-8 week study programs are occurring in our CommUNITY. We also periodically host a number of workshops, lectures and book studies. Please check our blog at the bottom of our home page, or look at our online calendar for the most recent and upcoming educational programs at Unity of SA.
Education about our Community:
Newcomer Reception —If you are seeking a path to find a spiritual practice that resonates with you for your life, and suspect Unity might be that path, this informal gathering is for you. We offer newcomers more than a simple handshake or hug. This is an opportunity for authentic connection with our CommUNITY. Please check our blog, or look at our online calendar for the next Meet the Minister offering.
New Member Orientation—This periodic afternoon program is for those interested in becoming members of the church with voting privileges at our annual meeting. It offers a deeper understanding our Core Values, Mission, and Vison—and how we are achieving them. You’ll also learn the requirements for membership. Please check our blog, or look at our online calendar for the next New Member Orientation offering.