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Christenings, Weddings and Life Celebrations. The church community is there to support these family events. Internet streaming is available so that distant family and friends may be a part of the occasion.
Some examples of organizations supported by Unity of Chattanooga
Service to the community – both the church and local community – is fundamental to full enjoyment of life. Unity of Chattanooga supports the community through other organizations with volunteers and from our tithe.
To learn about organizations which Unity of Chattanooga supports, follow this link.
To learn more about ways to volunteer to support Unity of Chattanooga, follow this link.
Unity of Chattanooga has chaplains available for ongoing prayer support. To arrange to pray with a chaplain, call (423) 755-7990 or complete the prayer request online form, providing your phone number and a request for a chaplain call in the message section.
A chaplain is available for personal prayer after the 11:00 service every Sunday. Members at Unity of Chattanooga receive a wellness prayer call each month.
To learn more about the chaplain program, or to become a prayer chaplain, use the button below.
Unity’s message of spirituality, of the power of God within, resonates deeply with those of many faiths and beliefs. It is a philosophy of gentle words, silent prayer, and personal growth. It is a philosophy of self, of each other, and of God.
Unity leader Terry Loveless often says ‘party time’ when its time to begin something that leads to change. Imagine a party where you show up as who you’ve always wanted to be…except this party isn’t a masquarede.
In a masquarede, we hide our true self from others behind a mask. At this party, we reveal our true self, answering as we imagine we would when we allow ourselves to be who we truly are.
Reverend Christine Grace shares the concept of the ‘come as you are’ party. She explains how to use it to begin showing up in the world as you truly are, whether its more of who you are now or as you’ve always felt you were meant to be. In being the truth of who you are, you bring to the world everything that you are here to share
I always thought I would be perfect if I was different. My life would be perfect if I just did this or tweaked that. I would ask God, “Why did you make me like this?” I had come to define myself by my struggles. Like how I sometimes make one word from two or three words, mispronounce a word, or mix up numbers Or how I have been called naïve because I believed that people always do the right thing. In fact, I still believe that today.
St. Catherine’s Shelter provides transitional living space for women and their children. Women utilizing St. Catherine’s work with counselors at the Community Kitchen to move ahead in their lives through work and education. (read more…)