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Treasures of the Archives
Posts on social media as well as the website will feature an in-depth look at pieces from the history of Unity.
Unity founders Charles and Myrtle Fillmore understood Christmas as a season of great joy and expectancy but also viewed it as a time for inner celebration when the Christ is born in human hearts.
“The Divine Man, which Jesus brought forth, must be born into the consciousness of the Higher...
Cora Dedrick, born December 15, 1876, was ordained a Unity minister in 1918 and married Unity cofounder Charles Fillmore in 1933. She contributed extensively to Unity thought with authored pieces. However, her diligent compilation of Charles Fillmore’s private papers may be her most notable...
Unity has historically viewed the season of Advent as an inner search of mind and heart.
Cofounder Charles Fillmore spoke of Unity and Advent in a January 24, 1923, radio broadcast called “Christ Mind, the Second Coming of Christ.” He shared his thoughts on his understanding that “Christ...