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Unity Church in Berkeley

Jan 2010

Re: A place to come together spiritually as a family
Try Unity -- in particular, the Unity of Berkeley (but if there is a Unity church closer to where you live, give that a try). Unity is a spiritual home for all beliefs. It focusses on the power of prayer/meditation. The Berkeley Unity church is eclectic and lively. There is a children's program, too. You can look at their website: unityberkeley.org. They are located at Arch and Scenic. I just started going there in late November and I really like it, and I haven't been a regular church-goer, ever, until now (I'm in my late 50s). Becky

Unity Church in Richmond

March 2002

Re: Upbeat church with good gospel music
I, too, have been searching for an upbeat church; last week I attended one which may well be our new church home, and it is quite ''upbeat'' :o). It is the Unity Church in Richmond (on 28th Street, at Nevin). The congregation is small but ''solid'', having just celebrated their 50th year together. Two of the things I like best are that it is multiracial and has a great ''gospel'' style choir. Perhaps there are more elderly people than young families, but there is a church school for kids that lasts through the whole service until the end, when everyone comes together to hold hands around the sanctuary and sing, ''Let There Be Peace on Earth.'' The friendly congregants told me that church school attendance varies but can be up to 20 kids. The Unity beliefs, as I have researched them on the internet, also seem to be inclusive, such as of gay families like mine. The service is at 11:00 am on Sunday mornings. Gwen