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Join us for the CommUnity FunFest!Fun for the whole family with food, music and an online and live auction.This is our biggest party of the year—and our biggest fund raiser.The auction is a fun way to create community-building events, dinners, getaways, and services that get people together.Be creative, have fun, partner with others on big events, and maybe introduce people to something new.Please donate now to the Auction:OR, for more detailed...
Saturday, August 18Tame the Tension In Your Life!Imagine standing at the base of your mountain of stress with only a pen as a weapon. Then, like a sword, you strike your pen left and right until only a small heap of anxiety remains. This simple act of wielding the pen (or keyboard) is a powerful new tool in the war to manage stress and optimize health.In this workshop, you will learn how to use writing as a stress management tool to tame the...
Friday, September 7 to Sunday, September 9"Thanks for Everything!" Fall RetreatJoin us as we explore and expand our understanding of the benefits of an attitude of gratitude on our spiritual journey.Retreat to the mountains of West Virginia…your body and soul will thank you!Link to the Capon Springs Fall Retreat calendar page for complete details and to register online.OR ... you can ...
The National Wildlife Federation recently named Unity of Fairfax as one of the first recipients nationwide of the Sacred Grounds Certification which recognizes congregations that actively care for wildlife and the environment. A delegation of NWF members from around the country toured Unity of Fairfax’s five-acre campus in Oakton, VA,  to learn about the church’s extensive environmental projects including a green roof, ecological storm water...
Mary Quattro writes about the experience of attending the retreat at Unity Village, with photos from Bowman Kell.On Thursday, May 17th, 20 members of the Unity of Fairfax congregation led by the Retreat Ministry and Rev. Russell Heiland began a four day mystical journey and return to our spiritual roots at Unity World Headquarters in Unity Village, Missouri (unityvillage.org).  We experienced remarkable tours, music, meditation and an improbable...
Unity of Fairfax is committed to reaching out in prayer, comfort and support to our congregation through the Prayer Chaplain Program.As the church continues to grow, our Prayer Chaplains serve to meet the needs of our extended community.  Completing the Prayer Chaplain training and “being” a Prayer Chaplain is transformational soul work.  As you discover your greatness and the greatness of others, we are here to support you as you make this next...
Where did the Calendar tab go? ... The Web Design Team has revised our website menu structure. The object is to group like things together to make the menu structure friendlier for first time visitors to our web site, and also to make it easier for congregants to find like items grouped together.It may take a bit of getting used to up front. The Events and Resources top-level tabs are new and may feel strange at first. Browse all of the top-...
On Friday nights in the Sanctuary$10 online or at the door; no one turned awayThe movie for May 11th is Heal.This film that takes us on a scientific and spiritual journey where we discover that by changing one's perceptions, the human body can heal itself from any disease.For more info and to purchase tickets: https://www.unityoffairfax.org/mystical-movie-night
Coming on May 17 - May 21Register early ... Register now ... Register hereJoin Rev. Russell Heiland, Rev. Donna Johnson and the Retreat Team as we return to our spiritual roots at Unity World Headquarters at Unity Village, Missouri,  for a retreat designed to explore the origins and history of Unity.For the complete story, go to the Unity Village Retreat event in the church calendar.
January 2018 is the beginning of a wonderful experiment for Unity of Fairfax and our Youth Program. The experiment involves every member of our congregation, our various teams and organizations. It involves you.For years, Unity has followed the popular trend in Sunday School: to have the children go to class while the adults go to the service. The thinking was that this shows sensitivity to the various stages of childhood development and is...

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