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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.
Ruth M. Mosley was born March 10, 1929, the eldest child of Myles and Versie Newborn in Olive Branch, Mississippi, a town whose name symbolizes the biblical story of a dove bringing a branch to Noah and a state known at the time for its poor economy, poor education, poor judicial system, poor...
Rev. Sallye Coe Taylor, ordained a Unity minister in 1979, forged a path with heart in the Unity movement, a path that was uniquely hers.
The phrase “from a path with heart” was emblazoned on the front page of the newsletter she lovingly created and published as a product of Soul Food...
When the founder of Unity Temple of Truth set out to pioneer a church that focused on the spiritual needs of African-Americans, she understood it was hers to follow the guidance of Spirit.
It was hers to tap in to the inner wisdom that said, Catherine Brooks, you have been called to...