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.
Throughout its history, Unity has turned to the modern media of each era to find new ways in delivering inspiring messages about spiritual living with its early printed materials, radio and television shows, and use of social media today.
Unity had several broadcast programs, including...
Unity founders Charles and Myrtle Fillmore became vegetarians in the 1890s, and their views on vegetarianism began surfacing in public as early as 1903.
In those early teachings, Charles expressed his understanding of a person’s diet and the important connectivity it has to spirituality,...
With a nod to Father’s Day, Unity Archives turns its focus on three of the most influential men of the Unity movement, with historic snapshots of Charles Sherlock Fillmore, Frank Blenlarry Whitney, and Wilfred Eric Butterworth.