Our Mission, Vision & Values

Our Mission… Our Vision

Unity of Richmond is a multicultural center supporting the transformation of Spirit, Soul and Body for each and every person.

In an atmosphere of unconditional love, this spiritual community shares “the good news that God is unconditional love expressing as the Christ Consciousness in each person.”

Unity of Richmond is committed to providing messages, activities, small groups and classes to help each person to reach within himself/herself and “Grow in Spirit.” Additionally, this community is dedicated to reaching out to touch the lives of others through time, talents, tithes and service to transform the world one person/prayer/activity at a time.

We are members of Unity Worldwide Ministries and proudly affiliated with Silent Unity and The Daily Word. United as One, we are … “Transformed Lives, Transforming the World!”


Five Ways We “Walk Our Talk”

1.  Abundance — As we teach and live prosperity principles, our resources expand and bless our spiritual community.

2.  Spiritual Growth — Through meditation and prayer we turn within for guidance.

3.  Unconditional Love — We believe the Jesus Christ teachings of Love uplifts, heals, harmonizes, prospers and brings us peace.

4.  Inclusiveness — We believe all people are created with sacred worth regardless of race, color, gender, age, creed, religion, national origin, ethnicity, physical disability or sexual orientation. We are One.

5.  Transformation — We affirm that we are spiritual beings having a spiritual experience in the human condition fostering holistic and intuitive opportunities for our personal transformation.

Three Ways We “Affirm our Truth”

Unity of Richmond affirms Peace. We believe in compassionate self-talk and communication with others so that each person can “Be the Expression of the Christ” …

1. In Thought — We affirm the Truth of Oneness and power of prayer.

2. In Action — We foster peaceful communication with others and

3. In Life — We are open to peacemaking.

“Endeavoring to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace” (Ephesians 4:3), as both individual members and as a spiritual community, we affirm health and wholeness in oneself and others.

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