Carsten Spencer

Love Life Yoga

Unity of Ukiah

 

Unity of Ukiah

AFTER 7 WONDERFUL YEARS AS THE SPIRITUAL LEADER OF UNITY OF UKIAH I HAVE MOVED ON.  I CONTINUE TO SEND BLESSING AND LOVE TO EACH AND EVERY SOUL WHO ENTERED OUR SANCTUARY AND SHARED IN THE WARM GLOW OF OUR
UNITY OF UKIAH FAMILY.

Unity of Ukiah is in a state of transition
and there are no scheduled services at this time.

321 N. Bush Street
Ukiah, Ca. 95482
707 462 4061

Our Mission: to be a vibrant presence in our church and community, using the principles of practical spirituality to heal, enrich, serve, and manifest our personal and collective Christ consciousness, welcoming all.

Invocation: There is only One Presence and One Power active in the universe and in my life, God the Good, Omnipotent.

Click here to learn more about Unity.

 

100 miles north of  San Francisco, Ukiah is a beautiful town that is home to The City of Ten Thousand Buddhas, one of the largest Buddhist centers in the country with a delicious and very affordable vegetarian restaurant on the premises and is only an 8 minute drive from Jack London and Mark Twain’s favorite hot spot:  Vichy Hot Springs,

 

 


Built in 1905 our beautiful Church is the oldest continuously used church in Ukiah, California.

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  • Ronald

    Will God/Christ or the holy powers that help you paint your church to help make its presence more vibrant in our community?

  • SuZan Pearce

    Hi. I am looking for Gina Scott who use to pastor at the Unity Church in Ukiah when my mother, Joan Simpson, attended around 2010-11. My mother passed away this weekend and I would like to tell Gina and anyone else from your church who knew my mother. My mother paid for some of the replaced windows in your church as a memorial to my grandparents. I believe their names, Jim and Hazel Kennedy, are on the windows. If you know how to reach Gina, please have her contact me at suzandy93@gmail.com. Thank you! – SuZan Pearce