Through nurturing, heart-centered activities, we at Unity of Flagstaff dedicate ourselves to spiritual growth. We seek and serve the divine light within as we honor all God’s expressions. By our actions we demonstrate abundance, peace and love in the world.
Unity of Flagstaff started in 1984, meeting at Coconino Center for the Arts. After that they met at 4th St. in Knoles Village Square. From 2006 to October of 2016, Unity of Flagstaff enjoyed a church home on Black Bill Road. Recently UOF chose to move Sunday Services to 417 W. Santa Fe Ave. - closer to NAU and Downtown to celebrate the energy of Flagstaff.
The Unity spiritual movement began in the late 1800s based on prayer and the power of mind over body.
Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, a Kansas City, Missouri, couple with three young boys, had suffered lifelong physical ailments and constantly sought healing. They heard a lecture by a metaphysician named E.B. Weeks, and Myrtle came away with a startling new idea: “I am a child of God, and therefore I do not inherit sickness.”
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