Hello, and welcome to Unity Minneapolis! We’re so glad you found us. We know you’re new here, so please allow us to tell you a few things about Unity Minneapolis.
When to Visit Us
Every Sunday morning, Unity Minneapolis live-streams our Celebration Service (with ASL interpretation) at 9:30 AM CT. You can watch us live here or on our Facebook page. Our recorded Sunday services can also viewed at any time here.
We’ve also have online workshops, classes and events most other days of the week leading up to Sunday, both day and night. Click on our Happening at Unity page for a list of our upcoming happenings.
For Children and Teens Too!
Our Youth and Family Ministry is currently providing on-line opportunities for preschool to high school aged youth with three customized programs. See the complete youth and family resource page here.
- Young Emerging Spirits (Y.E.S.): 3 years through 5th grade, come together on Zoom at 9AM on Sundays. Parents and care givers are invited to join in.
- Uniteens: 6th, 7th and 8th graders, meet on Zoom at 11:30 AM on Sundays
- Youth of Unity (Y.O.U.): teens, 9th-12th grade, meet on Zoom at 11:30 AM on Sundays
Where to Find Us
Since we’re located on a main street in Golden Valley, it’s pretty easy to find us. Our address is 4000 Golden Valley Road, Minneapolis, MN 55422 and we’re eager to reconvene our in-person activities at our building when it is safe to do so. Feel free to use the map below to see where we are on Google Maps and get directions from your location.
Where to Park
We know that parking can be a pain, especially on Sunday when we have so many visitors. That’s why we’ve partnered with the Courage Kenny Center across the street for about 500 additional parking spaces. Unity operates a shuttle service between Courage Kenny and the church during the 9:30 AM & 11:30 AM services, running every 5-7 minutes from 9:15-10:05 AM, 10:45-11:45 AM and after service until 1:20 PM.
Designated handicap parking spaces are located in Unity’s lower lot. Additionally, space is reserved in our lower lot for people who have a physical need to park close, yet do not have a handicap placard.
Click here for more information on parking.
At the heart of Unity Minneapolis is Friendship Hall, a gathering place where people come together after Sunday service or before/during/after an event to have a cup of coffee or tea and get to know one another.