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Unity has abandoned the popular image that God is an elderly, superhuman male with a white flowing beard who lives in a remote place "up there." We do not believe that God is fickle, answering some prayers and ignoring others. We do not look upon God as a deity to be feared.

One fundamental attribute of God is that God is good.

God is within each one of us and is directly accessible. We need only to quietly turn within ourselves to contact God.

Unity believes God exists in all things. God is present throughout creation: in humans, plants, animals, the earth itself, etc.

Jesus Christ:

Unity rejects the traditional Christian view that Jesus is a deity to be worshipped; we point out that at no time did Jesus tell his disciples to worship him. Rather, we look upon Jesus as a great healer, miracle worker, and mystic who had a direct access to God. We believe that his actions can be emulated by believers today.

One's life is to be dominated by love and compassion, even toward one's enemies.

Unity rejects the concept of original sin (the belief that because of Adam and Eve's actions in the Garden of Eden, we are all conceived in iniquity and born in sin). We look upon the Genesis story as an allegory; a very human attempt to explain our beginnings. We emphasize that humans are created in the image and likeness of God and are thus not intrinsically evil or sinful.


Rather than looking upon heaven as a place "up there" to be experienced as a reward after death, Unity conceives of heaven as expressed by Jesus: "The kingdom of heaven is at hand," and "The kingdom of God is in the midst of (within) you." Charles Fillmore defined it as "a state of consciousness in which the soul and body are in harmony with Divine Mind." One does not have to wait until death. Heaven can thus be enjoyed at any time through prayer. Through proper technique, attitude and receptivity one can elevate one's personal consciousness to a heavenly state.


The Unity Church does not conceive hell to be a place of eternal torment in which people are eternally punished with fire because of their beliefs and/or actions during life. It is not a place to go to after death. Rather it is a state of consciousness to be suffered here on earth. Charles Fillmore wrote: "One does not have to die in order to go to hell, any more than one has to die to get to heaven. Both are states of mind and conditions, which people experience as a direct outworking of their thoughts, beliefs, words, and acts. If one's mental processes are out of harmony with the law of man's [sic] being, they result in trouble and sorrow; mental as well as bodily anguish overtakes one and this is hell."


Many Christians look upon Satan as a quasi-deity, an all-evil presence who is the opposite of the goodness of God. Satan and God are often portrayed as fighting over individuals' souls. This dual divinity has obvious links to Zoroastrianism which was incorporated into ancient Jewish legends which, in turn, were later codified as parts of the book of Genesis. Other aspects of Satan were derived from ancient Greek and Babylonian beliefs.

Unity interprets Satan's temptation of Jesus symbolically. Satan did not tempt Jesus to turn stones into bread; it was the "voice of human hunger"; the temptation to throw himself off the highest part of the temple was "the voice of human desire for recognition"; the temptation to become a ruler was "the voice of worldliness."

Thus Satan is not a physical entity but is one's selfishness, greed or the desire to turn away from God. Satan can be resisted by systematically striving towards one's Divine nature.


Traditionally, sin has been defined as falling short of perfection. Unity uses an alternate definition: "living under a false sense of separation from God." We view this as a delusion because God is, in reality, continuously present within us. This false belief can be overcome through prayer.

Life After Death:

Unity defines heaven and hell as conditions in the here and now. They are not places where people go to spend eternity. Rather, many in Unity believe in a form of reincarnation. After death the soul is believed to leave the body and to live again in another human body. This is/was a common belief among:

  • present day Eastern religions
  • the early Christian church prior to the Council of Constantinople in 533 CE
  • the Essenes, one of the three Jewish sects while Jesus was alive.

Unity cites references from the Christian Scriptures which show that the concept of reincarnation was common during Jesus' time. In the Gospels of Matthew and Mark, John the Baptist is referred to as the reincarnation of Elijah. In Matthew, some of the populace guessed that Jesus was a reincarnation of John the Baptist; others guessed Elijah; still others guessed Jeremiah or one of the other prophets. Jesus neither criticized the people for their beliefs nor declared reincarnation to be heresy.

Each lifetime is viewed as a time of preparation for the next life, leading towards eventual perfection.

Unity has no missionaries. We rely upon our teaching being spread by our readers and followers and by the literature itself.

New centers and churches are normally started as study groups sponsored by an existing ministry or the expansion department of the Association of Unity Churches. Both the Association and Unity School of Christianity provide support materials and services to emerging ministries.


Real prayer does not involve begging God for a favor or repeating standard prayers in a ritual setting. It is an act of becoming spiritually one with God. If one applies Ralph Waldo Emerson's concept of prayer, the contemplation of the facts of life from the highest point of view, then prayer can be a constant personal activity. One can also use the "arms" of prayer by mentally embracing some other individual as the target of a prayer or the "wings" of prayer by directing one's prayer at all those who are receptive.


Worship is not limited to Sunday church services. Worship can be pursued at any time and location when one feels adoration and devotion for God. Ideally, it can be experienced continually thoughout the day.


Within Christendom, some faith groups follow the tradition started by John the Baptist: They totally immerse the body in water. Others regard baptism as symbolic: They simply sprinkle drops of water on the person. Most Unity practitioners do neither. We note that Jesus never made baptism a requirement for others during his ministry, and so, we do not have a formal baptism sacrament. Rather, we encourage every believer to attain a spiritual baptism which is a deeply personal event, a cleansing. The individual emerges purified, having experienced a religious conversion of great intensity.


There has been much controversy over the meaning, details, and purpose of the rite of Holy Communion (the Lord's Supper) within Christian churches. Most Unity ministers do not have a formal ritual. We recall the words of St. Paul: "The Kingdom of God is not food and drink but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit." Communion becomes a close encounter with God in private prayer, in which one becomes aware of the impact that God is making in all areas of one's life.


The Hebrew and Christian Scriptures are the main religious text used by Unity followers. However, all writings of all world religions are respected.


  1. God is absolute good, everywhere present.
  2. Human beings have a spark of divinity within them, the Christ spirit within. Their very essence is of God, and therefore they are also inherently good.
  3. Human beings create their experiences by the activity of their thinking. Everything in the manifest realm has its beginning in thought.
  4. Prayer is creative thinking that heightens the connection with God-Mind and therefore brings forth wisdom, healing prosperity and everything good.
  5. Knowing and understanding the laws of life, also called Truth, is not enough. A person must also live the truth that he or she knows.  (from Keys to the Kingdom)

What Unity teaches about YOU...

God intends that you be deeply satisfied, prosperous, and healthy.

God speaks directly to you from within yourself. (We are all learning day by day to hear that voice more clearly.)

True spirituality guides and enriches your life seven days a week, not just while you are in church.

Church services and activities add to your joy. (Church should not leave you feeling guilty or burdened.)

You are an acceptable person just as you are right now. (When you feel a need to be forgiven, God's Love is yours for the asking.)

Your own prayer, study and work will be lovingly supported by the presence of loving, excited persons within our church.

The above info comes directly from the Unity Chruch website.


Please note that this is a false religion as this is not what the Bible teaches us.  Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior that died for us on the cross so that each one of you can be saved if you repent and ask forgiveness of your sins and accept Jesus Christ as your Savior.

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