Nominating Committee Announcement

The Nominating Committee, as established by our church by-laws, has commenced its work to initiate a search for qualified candidates for two open positions on the Board of Trustees.  The members of the Nominating Committee are Sarah Cox, Pam Morford, …

Upcoming – Christmas Eve with Unity Minneapolis

Join us for Candlelight Services at 5PM and 8PM CT

Family Candlelight Service | December 24| 5PM CT | via Livestream

This family-friendly service continues the tradition begun in 2019 with a reading of the Christmas Story.   Join us to …

Ongoing – Advent Prayer Journey with Rev. Pat

Monday – Thursday | November 30 – January 6 | 5 – 5:30PM CT | Via Zoom

Advent is a time of spiritual preparation for Christmas… a time of prayer and personal reflection.  Join me for personal prayer time, Monday …

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Rescheduled – Understanding the Divine Masculine

The Divine Masculine workshop is being rescheduled.

In 2021 we will be offering an enhanced trilogy:
In February we will expand beyond the healing aspects of the Divine Feminine.
In March we will explore the Divine Masculine.
In April …

Upcoming – Zoom Producer Trainings

Advanced Zoom | Wednesday, Feb. 24 or Thursday, Feb. 25 | 7-8:30 PM CT

We’re building a Zoom Team to help our teachers and facilitators with the additional tech skills needed in a Zoom “classroom”.  Zoom Producers will bring a

You are the Face of God

Are you missing the hugs, laughter, and lovely faces of Unity on Sunday mornings?   With your assist, we can “see” each other in this time of social distancing.   Send us a few photos or a brief video as a virtual …

How to be an Antiracist – Chapter 18 – Survival

Food for Thought

Racism is a cancer that is infecting the nation but cannot be ignored.

Only through the removal of racist policies can the cancer of racism be eradicated.

We must choose to fight, not ignore racism, for healing …

How to be an Antiracist – Chapter 17 – Success

Food for Thought

Success is feared by racists because then the antiracist would be in power.

Power is not easily gained or given up on either side.

To be antiracist, we must be willing to self-examine and address our won …

How to be an Antiracist – Chapter 16 – Failure

Food for Thought

Antiracists are not fearless but are courageous in the face of fear.

Repeating failed attempts at change, in the same way, does not create change.

An activist holds power and creates change, or they are not an …

How to be an Antiracist – Chapter 14 – Gender

Definitions:

Gender Racism:  A powerful collection of racist policies that lead to inequality between race-genders and are substantiated by racist ideas about race-genders.

Gender Antiracism:  A powerful collection of antiracist policies that lead to equity between race-genders and are substantiated …

How to be an Antiracist – Chapter 15 – Sexuality

Definitions:

Queer racism is defined as “A powerful collection of racist policies that lead to inequity between race-sexualities and are substantiated by racist ideas about race-sexualities”
Queer antiracism is “A powerful collection of antiracist policies that lead to equity between …

How to be an Antiracist – Chapter 13 – Space

Definitions:

Space Racism:  A powerful collection of racist policies that lead to resource inequity between racialized spaces or the elimination of certain racialized spaces, which are substantiated by racist ideas about racialized spaces.

Space Antiracism:  A powerful collection of …

How to be an Antiracist – Chapter 12 – Class

Definitions:

Class Racist:  One who is racializing the classes, supporting policies of racial capitalism against those races-classes, and justifying them by racist ideas about those race-classes.

Antiracist Anticapitalist:  One who is opposing racial capitalism. 

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Food

How to be an Antiracist – Chapter 11 – Black

Definitions:

Powerless Defense:  The illusory, concealing, disempowering, and racist idea that Black people can’t be racist because Black people don’t have power. 

Food for Thought

  • Black on black crime in the form of racism is one of the most

How to be an Antiracist – Chapter 10 – White

Definitions:

Anti-White Racist:  One who is classifying people of European descent as biologically, culturally, or behaviorally inferior or conflating the entire race of White people with racist power.

Food for Thought Chapter 10 

  • Black people can be racist against

How to be an Antiracist – Chapter 9 – Color

Definitions:

Colorism:  A powerful collection of racist policies that lead to inequities between Light people and Dark people, supported by racist ideas about Light and Dark people.

Color Antiracism:  A powerful collection of antiracist policies that lead to equity …