3021 S. University Blvd.
Denver, CO 80210
Main Office - (303) 758-5664
Youth Education - (303) 756-6127
Rev. Suzanne Carter & Unity Center for Spiritual Wholeness -
Prayer Line - (303) 757-6761
Circle of Friends Prayer & Study Group
Connection, spiritual growth, and fun are a few of the benefits you'll receive by attending one of the Circle of Friends weekly meetings. Activities begin at 10:45 and end at 1:30 each Wednesday in the fellowship hall. The events include singing, guided meditation, brown bag lunch, and a class discussion facilitated by Rev. Nat Carter, Rev. Phyllis Hoover, Jackie Bullen, Tricia Morris, Lisa Yelenick, and Beverly McCutchon. Participants are encouraged to attend some or all of the activities, as their schedule allows.
For more information, contact Rosemarie Kelley.
Dinner Circles are designed to give people (singles and couples) an opportunity to join in fellowship outside regular church services. It is a casual, fun way to get to know other people from church, hopefully strengthening their connections on Sunday and supporting them in feeling more connected to their church and community.
People are placed into groups of approximately six to eight people and each person or couple takes turns hosting dinner, in either their home or out at a restaurant. The host provides the main dish and lets everyone know what side they should bring. If they host at a restaurant, they make any arrangements (e.g., reservations) and everyone pays for their own meal.
For more information, contact the church office.
"What you do to the least of them you do to me." Jesus The purpose of the Feed the Homeless project is to give those less fortunate food for the body and to help feed their souls by seeing in them what God already sees—a beautiful worthy human being. The group meets the last Saturday of every month at 9 a.m. at the church to prepare sandwiches and put together toiletry bags. Everyone is invited to help prepare food, donate items or money to prepare, and/or come downtown to help distribute the items. Any help given is always appreciated.
The Green Ministry focuses on greening up Unity Church of Denver in a number of meaningful ways and supporting everyone in reducing their carbon footprint. Since their formation, our church community has made several changes that have made us more environmentally friendly, including providing recycling bins for everything from eyeglasses to cell phones, switching from disposable dishes and tableware to reusable ones, encouraging the book store to sell "fair trade items," setting up an ongoing magazine exchange table, and implementing a plan to exchange all of the church's lighting with energy efficient bulbs and fixtures. Our annual Earth Day Fair is already a favorite event, featuring informational booths, recycling, green vendors, and a kids art project.
They meet the first Thursday of every month at the church at 7 p.m. to discuss how to make our church community more environmentally friendly and introduce new recycling, reusing, and reinventing information to the church. Their mission statement is best expressed in the following Earth Covenant that the group has adopted: As a community of Unity students, we know that all of creation is connected as one, everything has intrinsic value, and that all beings deserve a secure life. We commit to a reverence for all life, respect for the interdependent web of existence, a balance between our individual needs and those of nature, and to behaviors which demonstrate our commitment and consciousness. Our covenant with God is to walk upon the Earth for the greatest good for all.
The Unity Men's Group is an informal gathering of men to discuss our personal stories and share opinions on different topics. It is a confidential space where many different points of few are entertained and enjoyed. Meeting once a month allows some continuity between individuals and allows for exploration of a different topic each month. We use a format that allows each person to state what has happened to him recently. Each person takes a few moments to bring up whatever aspect of his life that he wants to mention. Next each individual has a turn to discuss what the topic of the month may mean to him. All of this is done with respect for the divine in all of us. We meet on the 2nd Saturday of the month from 9 am until 11 am at the church.
We are a diverse group of single people. We are all ages, the never-married, divorced, widowed, gay, and newly-singled, who want a place to socialize where the commonality is singleness.
We come together, unattached, for connection through conversation, companionship and community Please join us the Fourth Friday of each month as a standing conversation/game night at 6:30 (or later) at the Wholeness Center.
Making a Joyful Noise: The Unity Church Of Denver "Spirit Singers" This round-robin chorus of voices takes turns leading the congregation in the opening joy songs for each Sunday service. We learn and share praise songs with simple harmonies and arrangements. We try to have 3 to 5 of us each Sunday and take turns to cover when one or more are not able to be in attendance. If you would like to join the Sprit Singers let us know.
Unity Art Connection This group of art appreciators, including some artists, meets to share their enthusiasm for art. They are responsible for creating art shows that hang in the church's social areas. This includes the organizing, judging, hanging, and hosting of an Opening. They also envision taking art tours and hosting an art festival.