Sunday Services

What happens at a service?  

We celebrate God in an inclusive, loving and inspiring environment – you’ll feel the energy when you walk in.  Our services are filled with celebratory music, life-affirming prayer and positive affirmation.  You’ll experience practical, spiritual teachings that will help you deal with the real life issues you face in your life.

What do I wear?
 

Unity Church in Redding is a welcoming place with a casual environment where you can come as you are. Most of us will be dressed casually – some of us like to dress up.

What denomination are you?

We’re Unity! Founded on the teachings of Jesus, Unity is often viewed as a movement in consciousness, rather than as a religion. Unity is without creed or dogma and has no formal liturgy or sacrament.  To those seeking spiritual growth, Unity offers a positive, practical, progressive approach to Christianity and beyond – we honor spiritual truth in all traditions.

Unity is where we ask questions, not give answers. We believe the answer to every challenge lies within the heart and mind of each individual. Our emphasis is on spiritual transformation.

Unity centers and churches represent diversity of race, color, gender, age, creed, religion, national origin, ethnicity, physical disability and sexual orientation. We are an eclectic, welcoming group of co-creators – Unity is what we make it to be.  Our intention is to co-create a world that works for all.

I have children; do you have activities for them during your services? 

Yes and they are included - children begin their morning in our Sunday Celebration Service.  Following the greeting time, the older children light the Christ candle and participate in giving a blessing and reading a prayer.  Children then go to their own classrooms for age appropriate and inspiring Unity messages and activities.

When bringing a child for the first time, it is ideal to come early, meet the teacher and check out the classroom.  Younger children may wish to bring a toy or book back into the sanctuary.  Often, parents will go back with the children briefly to make sure they are comfortable in their new Unity setting.

How can I learn more?  

Read About Us and What Is Unity. Then, if you want to know more, explore the other pages on our website. You can even experience part of our Sunday service, the minister's message, by listening online. And, be sure to sign-up for our E-news. 


Of course, the BEST thing is to come join us on a Sunday or for a class or event.  Come experience the joys of Unity for yourself – you’ll be glad you did.

More questions?

Give us a call at 530-246-9544.