to Unity of Richmond!

Unity of Richmond is a multicultural center that offers a positive path for spiritual living to people of diverse faith backgrounds.

We offer teachings that are practical and applicable to promoting healthy lifestyles, relationships, learning opportunities and ways to connect and serve. Our intention is to celebrate life and to experience it more abundantly … prosperous … loving … guilt-free … and open to the progressive movement of Spirit in our lives. If you consider yourself “spiritual but not religious,” Unity of Richmond is here for you!

FIRST TIME HERE? Read I’m New Here to find answers to visitors’ frequently asked questions.

Upcoming Services & Special Events

Unity of Richmond provides MANY opportunities to connect with friendly people, explore new ideas, celebrate, and grow spiritually. Please check our Calendar for complete information about all the ways we can bless you!


dreamstime_11563843The Spirit of Christmas

This is a wonder-filled time of year to acknowledge your indwelling Christ Light and see it reflected in others in this empowering and generous spiritual community. In December, there will be Wednesday evening Christmas programs, Christmas Eve Candle Lighting service and New Year’s Eve Burning Bowl service. Each program and special worship service is designed so you can be fully awakened to the miracle you are as a spiritual being. (See the full Sunday schedule here.)

As we progress toward Christmas day, you are invited to focus your attention inwardly and set an intention to be a demonstration of God’s unconditional love in your thoughts, words and actions. One way we are doing this is to invite all those who are seeking a church family on Christmas Day to meet at the church at noon. Bring a potluck to share. Let’s share our joys with others!

candle1ADVENT 2014
Christ in You, Your HOPE (Purple Advent Candle of Hope)

Sunday, November 30, at 9 and 11 a.m.
O Come All Ye Faithful as we light the purple advent candle of Hope! Hope is represented through the prophet, Isaiah, and his prophecy of the Messiah in the Hebrew Scriptures. “And he will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” And we come to understand in the Christian Scriptures that it is the consciousness of Jesus the Christ that is our hope as the “Christ in You, The Hope of Glory.” (Colossians 1:27)

Christmas wreathRemembrance Service
Wednesday, December 3, 7-8 p.m.
Facilitated by Rev. Richard Bunch. Remembering, Loving, Sharing our Losses and Healing our Hearts together.

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