UnityCR is part of the worldwide Unity movement, which was started in 1889 in Kansas City, Missouri, by Charles and Myrtle Fillmore. The website www.unityonline.org is an excellent resource to learn more about Unity, our beliefs and our history. UnityCR, established in 1924, was proud to become an early member of this movement. Here is a photo of UnityCR members in the 1930s:
Unity Center of Cedar Rapids is a dynamic, loving congregation of approximately 200 members that welcomes people of all faiths and backgrounds. It is a center of positive, practical Christianity. Our mission is to provide spiritual awareness and share the wonder and joy of God’s love. We offer a 10 a.m. Sunday service with Youth Ministry. A special room is available for families with infants and toddlers to observe the service.
A Positive Path for Spiritual Living
Our spiritual community is a mighty magnet, attracting people who are ready for a message of Truth. We invite you to join us for our 10 a.m. Sunday service, 6 p.m. Wednesday meditation service, small group ministries, classes, and workshops. If you already know that UnityCR is your home and wish to become a member, please contact our church office for new member orientation information.
In the Media
To learn more about UnityCR, catch us on cable TV:
Cedar Rapids Area
9 p.m., Monday, Mediacom Channel 18
4 p.m., Thursday & Noon Sunday, Mediacom Channel 18
Also check out our Sunday lesson podcasts!
UnityCR is an active, vibrant place. Our calendar will keep you up to date about classes, workshops, meetings, concerts, and special services and events.
Questions? Contact us at 319.393.5422.
"What do I love about UnityCR? The basic philosophy Unity embraces, which encourages my spiritual life and thereby grounds my physical existence. Reverend brenda's teachings each Sunday are based in her understanding of Unity Principles, her personal experience and seasoned by her sense of humor. There is a welcoming and caring atmosphere manifested by the Unity Cedar Rapids community. There seems to be an awareness at varying levels among us and a humble acceptance and rejoicing that we all live in and have within us our Creator's Light. This awareness helps me to see the face of God in my neighbor and in myself, and that vision nourishes my love for others and for myself. I am grateful to be a part of the Unity Community." — Mary Thoms