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“It takes all of us together to hold all of us together.” ~Leane Gabel

News and Events

Scroll down to check on any service time changes from the norm:

 One Service at 10am





Childcare is provided for all services. Join us!


Office (& Bookstore) hours/days:  Monday—Thursday, 8:30am—11:30am





the at-a-glance calendar

Sep 22nd ~ Guest Speaker Leane Gabel ~ 10am
Sep 25th ~ Book Study ~ 7pm ~ Rumi Room
Sep 29th ~ Guest Speaker Rev. John Beerman ~ 10am
Sep 29th ~ Special music by Liz Barnez

Oct 2nd ~ Movie Night ~ movie TBA ~ 6:30pm
Oct 2nd ~ Unity Metaphysics (1st class) ~ 6pm ~ Big Room
Oct 6th ~ Guest Speaker Dawn Mathis ~ 10am
Oct 9th ~ Drumming Circle ~ 7pm ~ Rumi Room
Oct 9th ~ Unity Metaphysics (2nd class) ~ 6pm ~ Big Room
Oct 13th ~ Guest Speaker Julie Legg ~ 10am
Oct 13th ~ Pet Blessing ~ 11am ~ in the backyard (weather permitting)
Oct 16th ~ StoryZime ~ 6:30pm ~ Rumi Room
Oct 16th ~ Unity Metaphysics (3rd class) ~ 6pm ~ Big Room
Oct 19th ~ Fall outdoor clean-up Day ~ 8am—2pm
Oct 20th ~ Holy Blooming Habitat Batman! ~ seed broadcasting ~ 11am
Oct 23rd ~ Book Study ~ 7pm ~ Rumi Room
Oct 23rd ~ Unity Metaphysics (4th class) ~ 6pm ~ Big Room
Oct 27th ~ Tech Training ~ 11:30am ~ sanctuary
Oct 30th ~ Unity Metaphysics (last class) ~ 6pm ~ Big Room

For more information about upcoming events, see our calendar. Also check out the Unity “Get Involved” page to see all of our events throughout the year.














Preview for Sunday, September 22nd


Continuing to Trust the Process  

Our own Leane Gabel will share some thoughts about the people, prosperity, and principles of our Unity. (There may be a few other “P” words involved…)


Leane is a long-time Unity member and volunteer. She currently serves as the Council Treasurer, leads several annual volunteer projects, and is passionate about helping take care of Unity’s building and grounds.


At home she dotes on her dog, Lucy; spends as much time as possible in her flower gardens; and reads obsessively. She has volunteered on the Family Selection Committee at the Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity for over 10 years. 

Unity Preschool Lesson Previews 

Lesson Plans for Kids 3, 4, & 5 years old


Sept. 22—Book: “I Wish I Could Fly”—Unity Principles #2, 5

Sept. 29—Book: “Little Red Hen”—Unity Principles #3, 5


Lesson Plans for Kids 6, 7, 8, & 9 years old


Sept. 22— Being kind to others. Object lesson:  Use 3 containers of rice and water; talk kindly to one, mean to another, and ignore the last. Unity Principle #3

Sept. 29— Geode example of something that seems dull or a problem and how we can turn that into a beautiful crystal if we choose to find the positive and/or beauty within. Unity Principles #1, 2, 3


















Transition Update ~ September 18, 2019

The Search Team (ST) sent applicants written questions that the applicants then returned. They have narrowed the search down to a few applicants and have had Zoom (online teleconference) meetings/interviews with them.

The ST is in the process of checking references and will soon recommend 2—3 of those applicants to the council for more interviews. The council will interview the 2—3 candidates that they recommended, and then the council will choose which ones to have come and speak here at our Unity.

The current plan is to schedule candidates to speak in Oct. and into November. Franklin already has the 1st and 2nd Sundays in October covered, so applicants will speak some time after that.

Our job ad has been taken down from our own website, and from IAMU’s site, but the UWM ad is still up. Following UWM’s suggestion, the UWM ad will remain up until we have a contract with a new Spiritual Leader.

The ST continues to meet, and someone on this team will report to our Unity congregation every Sunday, letting everyone know where we are in the search process.

As always, you are welcome to have a look at our Transition Timeline to see where we are in the process.



































Next Book Study meeting is Wednesday,

September 25th at 7pm in the Rumi Room




































Next Movie Night is Wednesday, October 2nd

at 6:30pm

















Unity Metaphysics is a core class with credit available toward Licensed Unity Teacher or Ministerial Status. It is presented in four, five-week parts:

I. The Nature of God
II. Who am I?
III. Relationships
IV. Practical Application


We will be using the book, Unity Metaphysics, which is available in the Unity bookstore for $16 (includes tax). This material was first published about 100 years ago as a correspondence course and was recently republished.


This book is the key to the metaphysical teachings of Charles Fillmore, the co-founder of Unity. In it you will find fascinating quotations and comments on metaphysical subjects including the nature of God and humanity, the relationship of God to humanity and the practical application of metaphysics. We will explore each of these, one at a time.


Class participants are asked to read a weekly portion of this material and come to class sessions with questions, comments, and applications for discussion.


Rev. James Yeaw will facilitate the class and will include a variety of supplemental material in the class sessions.


The class is offered at no charge. Love offerings to our Unity accepted.


Individuals may attend the class on a single Wednesday night if they want or all of them. Each class is a separate subject.


If desired, Rev. James will do unit Two in November for 5 weeks.
































Drumming Circle in the Rumi Room

Next meeting is Wednesday, October 9th, at 7pm 


Read what this article has to say about the benefits of drumming circles:
“Drum therapy is an ancient approach that uses rhythm to promote healing and self-expression. From the shamans of Mongolia to the Minianka healers of West Africa, therapeutic rhythm techniques have been used for thousands of years to create and maintain physical, mental, and spiritual health.

“Current research is now verifying the therapeutic effects of ancient rhythm techniques. Recent research reviews indicate that drumming accelerates physical healing, boosts the immune system and produces feelings of well-being, a release of emotional trauma, and reintegration of self.




































Next StoryZime is October 16th, 6:30pm, in the Rumi Room


Facilitated by Leslie Townsend: 
Leslie Townsend loves and values the ancient art of storytelling, as well as the healing power of mutual sharing. Growing up in an Irish family in Montana, stories and humor were loved and cherished. Leslie has a BA in Cultural Anthropology, a Master’s in Social Work, and is currently a Licensed Clinical Social Worker assisting people as they journey through life transitions. She has lived in Larimer County since 1985. For more info call/text Leslie at 970-227-6909 or email her at storyzime@gmail.com

































Donate Your Vehicle to Support Unity!
















Call for Fiber Art for the Rumi Room


Wall quilt by Art Quilts by Sharon on Etsy.

We need fiber artwork of all sizes for the walls of the Rumi Room. It is very echo-y in there and fabric on the walls helps out with that.

The artwork will be rotated monthly if we have enough folks interested. You are welcome to put a price tag on your item if you are willing to sell it. The art work can be made by you, someone you know, or just really lovely to look at. 

Even small fiber art pieces may be submitted for approval.

Fiber arts only.  NO paintings, artwork framed in glass, “fibers” that are not “soft,” stretched canvas, or photographs please.


  • All pieces must be submitted via digital photograph(s) with dimensions, and approved by committee before anything is hung. Do not bring anything to Unity until approved, please.
  • All hanging methods must only use small nails or push pins and must be approved also, prior to hanging. We do not want large holes and molly bolts, etc. in the Rumi Room walls.
  • You are responsible for making your artwork hang-able and for hanging and taking down your work. We have ladders and stepstools.
  • All art will hang for one month unless there are no others in line, and then the art will hang for as long as both Unity and you are in agreement that it should remain hanging.
  • All art may be tagged and sold by the artist – with the money going to the artist or to Unity. If the art sells, then at the end of the month, it may be taken by the new owner.
  • After approval, all artwork must be installed and then taken down during regular Unity office hours:  Sun – Thurs, 830am – 1130am.
  • Submit digital photos (include dimensions / size) to Grace in the office:  office@unityfc.org















Unity is proud to partner with ClimateWise!


What is ClimateWise, you ask?

ClimateWise” is a free voluntary business program that encourages the adoption of strategies proven to use energy, water, and land more efficiently, while generating less waste, lower operating costs and reducing greenhouse gases.”


Unity has achieved “Platinum” status – woot!









Ride Your Bike to Church!


bikerack in front

Got a problem? Biking can fix that!

We hope you are getting out on your bike—to come to church, to recreate, etc.—because it is perfect bike-riding weather!

Need to know the best route to take to Unity? Check out the Fort Collins bike map.

Need more Fort Collins area bike info? Check out the city biking page.

Want to get the Fort Collins biking newsletter? Go here to sign up.

We now have covered bike parking in the front of the building (that’s the lovely and graceful Stella parked there).

Why should you ride your bike to church?
Because riding your bike will change your life for the better!
Not convinced? Here’s the science:

Top 40 Reasons Why You Should Ride A Bike
(And Change Your Life)

Want more info on how to get started riding your bike more?
Read this and/or talk to Grace in the office; she’s been riding her bike as her main form of transportation for over 10 years.














Need childcare at a Unity evening or

weekend event?


No worries.

Just contact Pam at least 24 hours ahead of the event and Unity will pay for childcare for that event. Please note that Unity can provide childcare for evening and weekend events only, as it is almost impossible to find anyone to help during weekdays. 



The Council & staff recognize the need for childcare at Unity events. And Unity is happy to pay someone in order to give you more opportunities to join in.

If you need childcare at a Unity event, please be so kind as to contact Pam
(text please: 970-391-8374) at least 24 hours before an event to let her know, so that she can arrange it.

And then if you “order” childcare and your plans change, please be so kind as to let her know, so she can plan accordingly.

Join the Childcare List

If you would like to be on a list to provide childcare and be paid for your time, please contact Pam to let her know. She is accepting adult as well as teenage candidates for this list.

Thank you! 🙂














The Uni-Teams



A few years ago, when we had the forums and asked folks what they wanted to see at Unity, you asked for more personal interaction. You asked to get involved. So the Uni-Teams were born. At that time, the teams were formed according to the interests folks spoke of.

Since that time, some of the teams have thrived, some have lost energy. So at your request, we have reorganized them. Have a look at what’s available and let us know if you’d like to participate in one (or more!).

Don’t see a team for a subject/area that you’re passionate about? No worries.
Pitch your team idea to us. You can even be the chairperson.


Here is a list of the current teams and their description:


OutReach Team 

  • Provide service to help support under-served individuals and communities external to our Unity—in our neighborhood, town, state, country and world, enabling them to become more self-sufficient and prosperous.



Hospitality Team ~ Barb Wade

  • Focusing on raising community awareness of our 

wonderful Unity facility, and hosting additional appropriate events in our Unity home. We have several existing Unity hosts currently trained in sound system setup.



Facilities Team ~ Leane Gabel

Care of our Unity home

  • Includes building maintenance and improvements
  • Grounds upkeep and landscaping, ice mitigation, sprinkler system etc.



Community Life Team ~ Lil McBrien

  • Nurturing and caring for our Unity community in the form of movie nights, book study, education, classes, etc. “In-house” events for our Unity members to encourage bonding, engagement, education and spiritual growth.









Unity Weekly Newsletter

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Don’t move the Unity piano!


joythe piano

Our grand piano is named “Joy” and sits up on the stage in just the correct and appropriate spot. Why is that her specific spot and why can’t she be moved—not even by professional piano movers?


Because the stage used to be smaller. And when we got Joy, the stage was extended out and that new part was built to withstand her (considerable) weight. The old part of the stage is not built to withstand her weight and moving her to that part of the stage could result in Joy crashing right through the stage, damaging the stage and possibly herself.


So PLEASE! Do not move her—not even a little bit.









Prayer Requests

prayerrequestsSilent Unity
1-800-NOW PRAY (669-7729)

In need of a friendly voice and an affirmative prayer for yourself or someone else?


Silent Unity is a 24-hour, 7-days-a-week, even-on-holidays, all-faith, free support service provided by Unity Village, at Unity Headquarters, in Missouri. You simply call the number and you are greeted with a lovely recorded voice for a (very!) brief hold, then a live person comes on the line and talks to you and tells you that they are privileged to pray with you today, and asks how they may join you in prayer.


All requests are kept confidential.


After your prayer, he/she will ask if you would like to receive a support letter.


Then they take your prayer request and write it on a piece of paper and take that paper to their Chapel, where in 30-minute shifts, someone stays in prayer 24/7.


Your request is held there in their Chapel for 30 days, being prayed over constantly.


Myrtle Fillmore started Silent Unity as a prayer group. People started writing in and requesting prayers, and they would pray on those issues and answer the letters. When the amount of letters arriving became overwhelming, they had a phone line put in to handle more volume. This was in the early 1900’s. It has been a free, supportive service ever since.


You can call their number (1-800-669-7729) and talk to someone, email them, or you can even download an app for you mobile device.


You can also submit a written prayer request at our Unity. The Prayer Box is prayerboxlocated in the entry. Just write your request on a piece of paper and put it in the (locked) box. All notes are kept confidential unless otherwise requested. If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 970-482-1620 or contact via this website.






























Weekly Ongoing Unity Programs


Tuesdays, 10am—11:45am
Heart Talk in the Myrtle Room.





Groups that Meet at Unity

These groups are outside of Unity’s purview, so please contact the individual facilitators to verify times/dates/possible cancellations and for more detailed info.

Monday Night Dream Class
Mondays – 6:30-8pm
The Myrtle Room
Facilitator: Stirling Kyd 970 640-1828


The Man Kind Project
Every other Monday – 7-9pm
The Big Room
Facilitators: Bruce newrulesbtb@gmail.com


A Course in Miracles
Wednesdays – 10am
The Myrtle Room
Facilitators: John & Kathe 970. 218. 3608


Geezer Yoga
Wednesdays – 11:45am
The Big Room
Facilitator: Mary Lucas 970. 381. 7682


The Way of Mastery
Thursdays – 10am
The Myrtle Room
Facilitator: Grace Burdette 970-776-6891


Dances of Universal Peace, Chant Group, and
Women’s Spirituality & Everyday Life Group
Various times and dates – contact Sara for more info
The Rumi Room
Facilitator: Saraswati Rain 970. 337. 5275