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In or efforts to ensure the sacred safety of our members, we are offering community members the option of providing us with emergency contact information.This information will only be accessed by Unity of Fairfax for use in the event of an injury, sudden illness, or other emergency or crisis situation while on our property.An online form is available. Click here:Emergency Contact.Hardcopy forms are also available in the Atrium, or you can...
As part of the Vision 2020 plans for the future, Unity of Fairfax is planning to replace the current road sign with a new electronic sign that will  feature a scrolling invitation to the more than 8 million people who pass by each year on Hunter Mill Road. This is an opportunity to shine our light in the community and let people know about the progressive and open-hearted spirit at Unity of Fairfax.The time is now for this sign, which has...
From May 5 to July 4, join the Surprise Abundance program at Unity of Fairfax.It is a community-wide program in which we join our prayers and our actions to affirm abundance. The foundation of our philosophy stands upon the belief that we live in an abundant universe.Begin and end your day from May 5 to July 4  with My Affirmative Prayer for Surprise Abundance. The Surprise Abundance page has all the details to pray and  participate. Yes!...
Free one-day workshop on May 18th at Unity of FairfaxA retreat for Cancer Patients 
and Caregivers. Participants will build a spiritual toolbox for healing in this retreat, which is presented as a cooperative effort between Unity of Fairfax, Unity World Headquarters, and the Tigerlily Foundation.The retreat is designed to help those facing cancer to know that they are not alone. The healing journey can become easier with spiritual tools or a...
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Comunidad Hispana, el ministerio hispano de Unity de Fairfax se reúne los lunes en la noche de 7:00 a 9:00 p.m. en la Sala de Conferencias (CR). ¡Bienvenidos todos los hispanohablantes!En nuestras reuniones se comparten mensajes inspiradores, oraciones y meditaciones que alinean nuestra mente y corazón con Dios.Cada semana se discuten libros y lecturas por autores de Unity y otros autores metafísicos.Nuestras reuniones son habladas en español....
At Unity of Fairfax, the Holy Week of Easter is filled with special services designed to connect each person to the Christ within. All are welcome to join in these services. Maundy Thursday Communion Service: Thursday, April 18 at 7:30 p.m.Maundy Thursday commemorates the day when Jesus celebrated what became known as the Last Supper with his disciples. At Unity, we celebrate a metaphysical Last Supper with music, prayer, and communion.Good...
Social Justice at Unity of Fairfax is in the news. Read about it on our brand new Social Justice web page.Unity of Fairfax’s Social Justice Team  conducts discussions during relevant Unity of Fairfax Friday movie nights, provides facts related to social justice topics in the monthly bulletin, and informs the Unity of Fairfax community of speakers on Social justice.Current and upcoming projects appear on the Classes & Events page. Contact...
Dr. Paul Zeitz, author of Waging Justice: A Doctor's Journey to Speak Truth and Be Bold, will be at Unity of Fairfax on Sunday, February 24 from 1 to 3 p.m. to discuss opportunities for all people to harness justice-hearted action within themselves, families, communties, and the world. Some of the big-picture advocacy priorities Dr. Zeitz is working on include climate restoration, renewable energy, sustainable development, ending child sexual...
The Unity of Fairfax Compassionate Community Service team is partnering with the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax as they open their doors to provide food and shelter through the Hypothermia Prevention Project. Opportunities include making and serving food, setting up, cleaning up, volunteering to stay overnight, serving breakfast, and transportation.UUCF is one of the original locations of the program and is operated by Facets, a...

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