Share and develop your knowledge, understanding and application of your beliefs. Come together to hear spiritually uplifting music. Hear leading spiritual speakers share their experiences and insights.
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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.
When we know that we are all connected in spirit, it follows that what we do effects the entire world, and the world effects us. Like a gigantic circuit, how we pass the current that comes through us enables the rest of the world to fulfill its purpose Unlike a circuit, our connections are always changing. As we pass on the current that comes to us, we provide the power others must receive to have what they want. Reverend Christine Grace explains the relationship between receiving and giving, and how we can experience the health, relationships and livelihood we want, to the degree we want, through giving to others.
“I learned this, at least, by my experiment; that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours. . . . In proportion as he simplifies his life, the laws of the universe will appear less complex, and solitude will not be solitude, nor poverty poverty, nor weakness weakness.”
~ Henry David Thoreau
The first time I read this quote, it spoke directly to my heart. When I have been able to live this idea, I’ve found the truth of it to be borne out. However, therein lays the problem–being able to live the idea!
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…)