100 Years and Beyond: Leave a Legacy for the Future

To ensure the future of our life-affirming teachings and ministries, and to develop consistent streams of revenue to support the Unity Village campus, we have launched our next capital campaign—100 Years and Beyond: Leave a Legacy for the Future.

100 Years and Beyond - Leave a Legacy for the Future - Unity Capital Campaign - an aerial shot of Unity Village

In 2020, Unity Village celebrated its 100th anniversary.

Through the decades, time has taken its toll on many of the historic homes and buildings on the Unity Village campus. To be good stewards, we need to update and repair our facilities.

The good news is that as we do this, these facilities become assets that provide a return on investment to help fund mission-driven ministry work of Unity.

Unity is also committed to improving our technology to meet the needs of those we serve today, so that future generations will have access to the transformational teachings inspired by our founders Myrtle and Charles Fillmore.

Since the beginning, Unity has relied on freewill donations or “love offerings” to fund its ministries and operations. But donations vary based on market, world, and political conditions, and do not cover the entire cost of our ministries.

Elements of the Capital Campaign

The R.D. Goppert Event Center at Unity Village

By renovating the aging Activities Center at Unity Village, we will create a beautiful state-of-the-art Event Center at Unity Village, making it possible to attract speakers and retreats the existing facility cannot accommodate. The Event Center will also be used for workshops, concerts, celebrations, trade shows, and more, generating as much as $500,000 a year in additional funding for ministries like the Unity Prayer Ministry (Silent Unity®) and Message of Hope®, as well as ongoing maintenance and improvements at Unity Village.

A photorealistic rendering of a crowd watching a speaker on the stage in the new Event Center

An open laptop on a desk open to the Unity Village webpage next to a beverage in a green mug


To better meet the needs of those we serve now, as well as the next generation of seekers, we are improving our websites, developing new mobile experiences, and implementing a new customer relationship management system allowing us to provide high-touch, customizable digital experiences based on user preferences and interests.

Unity Archives

Help Unity preserve and disseminate the teachings of founders Myrtle and Charles Fillmore as well as other legendary Unity leaders. We are partnering with a software company that specializes in digital archives to transform and digitize thousands of items, collections, and curated exhibits that trace the history and development of Unity. Our intention is to ensure information is searchable and easily accessible online now and for future generations.

A black and white image of Charles and Myrtle Fillmore

Ready to contribute? Please select the project you would like to support and click the button below.

Goppert Event Center

Technology Fund

Unity Archives

If you want to make a payment on your capital campaign pledge, you may do so using the button below.

Capital Campaign Project Costs Overview

Goppert Event Center at Unity Village$7,500,000$5,111,011$2,388,989
Enhanced Technology$1,500,000$1,260,432$239,568
Unity Archives$150,000$113,050$36,950

Help Us Continue the Fillmore Legacy

You can ensure Charles and Myrtle Fillmore’s legacy continues by contributing to the capital campaign. To discuss a gift, call the Office of Philanthropy at 816-251-3505 or email [email protected].

When leaving a legacy gift to Unity World Headquarters, visit our gift planning website.

  • Our legal name is Unity School of Christianity.
  • Our Federal Tax ID number is 44-0546000.
  • Our address is: 1901 NW Blue Parkway, Unity Village, MO 64065-0001.