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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 cofounder Charles Fillmore believed Lent marked a time for personal transformation.
“Lent is a season of spiritual growth, a time for progressive unfoldment,” Fillmore wrote in Keep a True Lent, which was published posthumously in 1953.
The hardcover book drew...
A beautiful Macklin Bible of 1800 is on display at Unity Archives, where it is permanently housed. Only 150 of the six-volume sets were printed, making it among the rarest objects in the archives’ collection.
The illustrated folio Bible is named...
Often referred to as “the heart” of Unity, cofounder Myrtle Fillmore was known for her thoughtful, joy-filled letters to people throughout the world who requested prayer.
She and Charles Fillmore met in 1876 and married in 1881. It was her personal healing experience with prayer that led...