Connect Through Service
Those who can, do. Those who can do more, volunteer.
At Unity of Houston, reaching out into the community is a proactive way in which we live the principles we believe – that we all spiritually connected, one to another. In this belief, when the consciousness of one is raised that in turn raises the consciousness of us all. We connect to our Oneness by working with others to help those in need.
Unity of Houston is increasing its circle of influence by playing an even bigger role in our community!
Unity congregants have a wealth of talent, passion, and skills that can positively impact our community through outreach. Our goal is to engage an even greater collective consciousness that can make a difference in our community.Through your participation in the survey developed by the Unity in the Community Leadership Team, programs for greater involvement in the Houston community outreach have been initiated.
The survey responses show that the greatest areas of your interests are:
1) Child Advocacy
The survey results show a great interest in learning more about these areas and about the participants engaging in volunteer opportunities with organizations that serve these needs in our community. Email Rev. Mindy Lawrence Curtiss at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Community Outreach Activities
Unity in the Community: Season of Gratitude and Giving – Coat & Blanket Drive
Bring your new or gently used coats and blankets. This year many people will be without the basic resources needed to...Find out more »
Coffee and Community Connection – Hunger in Houston
Join us after the 9:00 Service for this event. The Houston Food Bank (HFB) is the largest food bank in the U.S.,...Find out more »
Season of Gratitude and Giving – Pilgrim Academy Giving Tree
Unity in the Community is looking forward to the holiday season and sharing our blessings with others! Join us as we spread...Find out more »
Season of Gratitude and Giving – Gifts of Compassion
You can help overlooked citizens, who are experiencing homelessness or were formerly homeless, to have a Merry Christmas. Please participate in...Find out more »