Due to COVID-19 concerns, Unity of Kanawha Valley will be holding our Sunday services online. ALL OTHER ACTIVITIES ARE ON HOLD FOR NOW! Please join us for our live Sunday servicen in the safety of your home via Zoom, YouTube, or Facebook. We will announce the resumption of our regular services at the UKV location on Myrtle Road when it is safe to gather again. We look forward to seeing you in person then!
The goal of every service is to help you connect with the Source of all life that is within you.
Dress comfortably and casually when you attend our services. Unity believes all people are loved equally with no exceptions, so come as you are. Many people say they feel at home when they find us, and we like it that way. Infants, toddlers, kids, and teens are encouraged to participate. This is a kid-friendly church.
Our services are celebrations, designed to help us remember that we are all loved children of God.
Sunday service begins at 11:00 am and lasts approximately one hour and fifteen minutes. The service includes the typical components of Sunday church service, but with a very different style and feel.
To see videos of a few of our most recent services, please .
Prayer is the very foundation of Unity. One of Unity's co-founders, Myrtle Fillmore, who was a pioneer in Christian metaphysics. Myrtle and Charles, her husband, founded the Unity movement and Silent Unity, the international prayer ministry that publishes Daily Word. They built Unity into the worldwide organization that continues their work today.
Prayer Chaplain Program
The Prayer Chaplain Program (PCP) is a unique sacred service program offered to the congregation. Each Sunday following the services, trained prayer chaplains are available to pray with anyone in need.
What is a Prayer Chaplain?
A Prayer Chaplain acknowledges and calls on the presence of God
A Prayer Chaplain lovingly listens
A Prayer Chaplain prays from the heart
A Prayer Chaplain holds in confidence what is shared
Janet Prince, Sharon Mullins, and Marianne Gettman are UKV's Prayer Chaplains and are available to pray with you.
When people pray together their intention is magnified. As Jesus said, "Where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I in the midst of them." (Matthew 18:20) KJV
"Any song about love is a song about God"
--- Ron Sowell, UKV Music Director
Musicians Ron Sowell, Ryan Kennedy, and Amanda Bridgette bring outstanding abilities to our music program. We often feature talented guest musicians.
UKV presents other musical offerings to the community:
The Woody Hawley Concert Series is a series offered in the Walker Theater of the Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences in Charleston. This six-concert series was named for the late, beloved UKV minister Woody Hawley, and is hosted by Ron Sowell.