Unity Archives

Unity Archives, formerly the Unity Library and Archives, has one of the largest collections of Unity and New Thought material in the world. The publications, periodicals, digital, audiovisual, and artifacts collections form the most comprehensive resources available about the Unity movement—creating a vital link between our past and future.

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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.

To commemorate Earth Day, Unity Archives revisits the history and wonder of Unity Farm, which was begun and maintained with an intentional and celebrated respect for the earth.

It was the summer of 1919 when Unity cofounder...

Prayer is the founding centerpiece of Unity. The healing power of affirmative prayer started in the 1880s when Charles and Myrtle Fillmore each experienced physical healing from their prayers and faith in God.  
 
“Prayer was the crux, core, and sinew of those first...

Unity started offering its materials in braille as early as 1935, when it started publishing Daily Word® in braille.

Throughout the years, Unity continued to offer and expand its...