Frequently Asked Questions

Sunday Morning, 9 – 10 a.m. — First Service CancelledThis service is cancelled during the pandemic and will resume when in-person services begin...
Rev. Russ speaks at Sunday Services except when he is away on speaking engagements at Unity conferences. Rev. Russ himself selects guest speakers,...
When in-person services resume, every Sunday children’s services are conducted for all ages including teens, as well as a nursery staffed by our...
Unity of Fairfax does not require formal affiliation and is accessible to all individuals on equal terms.This applies to all aspects of taking...
Yes.But Unity of Fairfax is not only a church.  We’re the most loving place on earth.    In everyday parlance, “church” is associated with Christian...
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...
Absolutely.Many within the Unity of Fairfax community maintain their Jewish, Christian, Muslim or Buddhist faith, while others continue to practice...
To inquire about membership, you may talk to Rev. Russ after any Sunday service, or keep an eye out for new member classes which are held several...
Although Unity of Fairfax has no religious icons in its sanctuary, the space itself is considered sacred and the vibration within it holy. As with...
As a non-profit 501 c (3) tax-exempt, philanthropic organization, Unity of Fairfax depends upon the generosity of its members, congregants, and...

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