New to Unity of Fredericksburg

New to Unity of Fredericksburg?

We are excited that you have found us! Here is a little about what we practice at Unity of Fredericksburg.

  • We provide a philosophy that is spiritual, not religious; and love-based, not fear-based.

  • We honor all paths to God.

  • We believe in making a positive difference in the world.

  • We believe in being positive examples and role models.

  • We believe that prayer works.

  • We help people discover & live their spiritual purpose and potential.

  • We help people have a stronger connection to God every day.

  • Our spiritual centers have inspiring ministers and are involved in spiritual social action (and social activities!).

  • We are inclusive and open-minded


Frequently Asked Questions

What are Unity of Fredericksburg’s Service Times?

Sunday Morning:

10 am spiritual education (topics change throughout the year)

11 am morning service


What other opportunities for growth do you offer?

We offer a wide variety of classes and workshops. Workshops are often offered on Sundays after service, and classes are offered during the week. Sound healing, drum circles, and spiritual cinema are a few of our activities, but there are many more. Check our calendar for details and class times.


Who is the minister?

Currently, we do not have a permanent minister but offer a variety of different speakers each Sunday. Please see our calendar for upcoming speakers.


Are there services and programs for children during the service?

Yes, every Sunday children’s services are conducted.  


Do I have to be an official member to attend Unity of Fredericksburg or to take classes and participate in special events and volunteer?

Unity of Fredericksburg does not require formal affiliation for any of its activities and is accessible to all individuals. However, we do offer New member Classes throughout the year if you would like to become a member.


Is Unity of Fredericksburg Christian? And what about the Bible and Jesus?

Yes, we consider Unity to be a Christian denomination, but we do acknowledge that we don’t conform to some of the more conservative interpretations of Christianity. We believe that Jesus expressed his divine potential and sought to show humankind how to express ours as well. We see Jesus as a master teacher of universal truths and as our Way Shower. In Unity, we use the term Christ to mean the divinity in humankind. We believe that God is the one power, all good, everywhere present, all wisdom. In Unity, some other ways we speak of God are Life, Light, Love, Substance, Principle, Law and Universal Mind. Unity founders Charles and Myrtle Fillmore studied the Bible as history and allegory and interpreted it as a metaphysical representation of humankind’s evolutionary journey toward spiritual awakening. In addition, Unity recognizes that the Bible is a complex collection of writings compiled over many centuries. We honor the writings as reflecting the understanding and inspiration of the writers at the time they were written.