If you are looking for a spiritual community of loving people, you have come to the right place. Our community is made up of people, like yourself, who have been led to Unity by Spirit. We are all here because we’re on a spiritual journey to become all that we were created to be.
Unity welcomes people of all religious backgrounds and beliefs. We welcome people of all creeds, sexual orientation and social background. There are no exceptions in our welcome to everyone. In Unity we don't tell people what to think; rather, we offer tools that individuals can use to create lives of meaning and purpose. It’s an exciting time to be here because positive, empowering transformation is occurring!
Please stop by and check us out. You will find a warm welcome awaits you, and when you’re ready, we’ll support you in making friends and finding ways to have meaningful connections within the community. If you have questions, please contact me. I look forward to meeting you.
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What to Expect on Your First Visit
We recognize the uncertainty that often comes with entering a place for the first time, and offer these words to help smooth the way for your first visit to Unity San Diego.
Once you have parked (we have a parking lot accross the street), come in the front door of the Sanctuary where a greeter will welcome you and help you make a nametag if you wish.
If you bring children to the service, the greeter will direct you to the classroom where children are signed into Sunday School. At the conclusion of the service, please return to the Sunday School classroom and sign out your children.
At the beginning of the service, the minister will ask if there are any newcomers, and (if you’re comfortable doing so) to raise a hand, we will ensure that you have received a Welcome Packet.
Our Sunday services are best summed up as “music, meditation, message.” The music will vary between our Music Team, the choir, guest performers/soloists, and some congregation-wide singing which will always have the lyrics projected on screen. A guided meditation will last 5–10 minutes, followed by the minister’s main message.
You can listen to a recent message or two from our archive of podcasts.
We invite you to join us after the service in Wrigley Hall for fellowship. Here you'll have a chance to meet others, ask questions, and pick up materials about upcoming events and ongoing activities within our spiritual community.