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“Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity and change.” ~Brené Brown

Youth & Family Ministry Program



We are excited to announce that Sunday School is now open for kids of all ages, as long as they are potty-trained and can tolerate a mask.


Please enter at the West door by the playground, with a mask and water bottle!  We are keeping everyone safe by using hand sanitizer at the door, health screening questions and social distancing while we are inside.


One child in the bathroom at a time and we have our own bathroom.  At this time only adults are entering the sanctuary.  The Sunday school room is cleaned after each use.


We will enjoy some circle time and have some fun outside.  Our “All together now” program explores Unity core beliefs.  We have had some great volunteers so far and we are looking for a few more.


Any questions contact Stacey Thompson at 970-658-1198 or Staceythompson702@gmail.com


In Unity we teach that God is everywhere present, the source of all there is, the awareness behind all experience.  God is life and we express that life through living.  God is love and we give expression to it by being love.  God is Divine Mind and its Divine Ideas.  We teach that God is total oneness, the very life behind each breath we breathe and thought we think, rather than an entity separate from us.


The Youth come together to…

~explore relationships with ourselves, other people & God/higher power/Spirit

~discover our unique talents and purpose

~learn how to apply the Unity principles in our lives

~share loving fellowship

~have fun!


Basic Unity Principles:

~God is good and active in everything, everywhere.

~I am naturally good because God’s Divinity is in me and in everyone.

~I create my experiences by what I choose to think and what I feel and believe.

~Through affirmative prayer and meditation, I connect with God and bring out the good in my life.

~I do and give my best by living the Truth I know. I make a difference!


Unity Principles for children:

~My “Still Small Voice” inside me is good and always with me.  It tells me to use my manners and be polite and kind.  It tells me how I am feeling and reassures me.

~I am good and all others are too.  I love me and other people love me for who I am.

~I create my life by making choices.  I make choices and decisions that are good for me.

~I connect to my “Still, Small Voice” to help me.  I listen.  I breathe.  I have quiet time.

~I do my best.  I try hard.  I take risks.  I try new things.