Is this your first visit to our website? On this page, you’ll find answers to some frequently asked questions about Unity Valley Church.
In-person Sunday services resumed October 3. Unless the state or county decrees otherwise, we will continue to meet in person each Sunday. Masks are required of all attendees. Beginning November 7, a 15-minute meditation led by Lucinda Moss at 9:30 a.m. precedes the Sunday service.
What time is your Sunday service?
Our service begins at 10 a.m.
How long are your services?
Our services usually last about an hour.
How big is your congregation?
We average about 37 people per week (30-46).
Where are your Sunday services?
140 North Buena Vista Street
Hemet, California 92543
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What happens at a service?
We celebrate God in an inclusive, loving and inspiring environment. Sunday services are inspiring, positive and provide you with practical tools to live a spiritually centered life! You’ll experience great music, friendly people, and the messages you hear will help you deal with the real-life issues you face during the week. Come and feel the joy of Spirit moving!
What denomination are you?
Unity Valley Church is trans-denominational. We embrace all spiritual teachings and follow the teachings of Jesus as our wayshower. To those seeking spiritual growth, Unity offers a positive, practical, progressive approach to Christianity. Unity is viewed as a movement in consciousness, rather than as a religion. It is not your parents’ religion.
Unity is without creed or dogma, has no formal liturgy and recognizes no sacrament. Unity is where we ask questions, not give answers. We believe the answer to every challenge lies within the heart and mind of each individual. Our emphasis is not on the demands of a personality, institution or religion… it is on spiritual transformation. Unity centers and churches represent diversity of race, color, gender, age, creed, religion, national origin, ethnicity, physical disability and sexual orientation.
What else do I need to know?
Please attend only if you are feeling well.
All attendees must wear masks.
How can I learn more?