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The Unity Church is one of the three New Thought Churches located in North America. Unity was founded in the mid 19th century by Charles and Myrtle Fulmore. As of January 4, 2005, there are 902 ministries worldwide, 662 of those are in the United States.

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5 Basic Unity Principles

From the Children's Poster:
1. God is all good and active in everything, everywhere.

2. I am naturally good because God's Divinity is in me and in everyone.

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

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

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

From the Adult Version Poster:
1. There is only one Presence and one Power active as the universe and as my life, God the Good.

2. Our essence is of God; therefore, we are inherently good. This God essence was fully expressed in Jesus, the Christ.

3. We are co-creators with God, creating reality through thoughts held in mind.

4. Through prayer and meditation, we align our heart-mind with God. Denials and affirmations are tools we use.

5. Through thoughts, words and actions, we live the Truth we know.

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Joint Statement for Peace

Unity and the Association of Unity Churches


Unity stands for peace in the presence of conflict; for love in the presence of hatred; for forgiveness in the presence of injury. Unity honors the many names for God, the many paths to God, the many ways to worship God; for there is only one power and presence of God and that God loves each one of us equally. It is therefore the position of The International Association of Unity Churches and Unity to urge all nations, their leaders, and their people to turn to God by whatever the name for guidance during these challenging times and pursue peace, not war, for this is what honors the God of all our faith traditions. Unity stands for peace in our lifetime.


Parliament of the World's Religions
Pathways to peace: the wisdom of listening, the power of commitment

The inter-religious Parliament of the World's Religions is scheduled for July 7-13, 2004 in Barcelona, with a focus on inviting "the world to confront the challenges and model the possibilities of living peacefully in the midst of diversity" through dialogue for mutual understanding and exploration of critical issues facing the world. Events will include lectures and workshops, plenaries and performances, and shared observance of the varied faith traditions in prayer and meditation. "And in chance meetings in corridors and on the plaza, each will find that the world is paradoxically both a smaller and a richer place than (participants) ever imagined." The Parliament will be the main event of the 141-day Forum of Cultures. For full details, see www.cpwr.org and www.Barcelona2004.org. The Association for Global New Thought is coordinating New Thought participation.


On January 24, 2002, the leaders of the major religions of the world met in Assisi, Italy to pray for world peace. The invitation came from Pope John Paul II and is the second time the leaders have been asked to come to Assisi for this purpose. (The first time was in September of 1986)

There has been so much dialogue about peace. What is needed is prayer, understanding and compassion. The Assisi event does not aim at finding solutions to the problems we face, but at becoming the solution; not asking questions, but becoming the answer. The aim is to simply pray the prayers of peace from the major religions of the world, and let the energy of those ancient prayers do their job.

I hope you will, perhaps, follow the example of these leaders in your own community or private life.

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