black history

From a Path With Heart …

Sallye Taylor, Rev Sallye Coe Taylor, Unity Minister Black History Month, Unity History

Unity Minister Sallye Taylor founded Unity of the Inner City in Kansas City, Missouri, the Soul Food Unity Ministry, and wrote from a path with heart in her newsletter “Good News From Soul Food Ministry.”  For her inner city work, Rev. Sallye Coe Taylor was recognized as one of the 50 most influential black women in Kansas City.

Unity Honors Rev. Dr. Johnnie Colemon

Johnnie Colemon

After being told she had only six months to live, a young African-American woman named Johnnie Colemon traveled from Chicago to Unity Village, Missouri, seeking answers. Not only would she discover that perfect health was her birthright—as natural as the air she breathed—she would enroll in seminary, become an ordained Unity minister, and break racial and genders barriers along the way to forge a mega-ministry worthy of her title as “New Thought Pioneer.”