About Us

About Our Spiritual Community

We are very happy that you’re visiting our site. We also encourage you to visit our spiritual center and experience the warmth, peace, and love of God that is expressed through the people there. Our center is dedicated to supporting people in healing and transforming their lives through the study and application of the practical principles of Christianity. See our Unity at a Glance page for more information about our beliefs.

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Our Sunday Service

Our Sunday Service is held at 10:00 a.m. at our Center, located at 147 Walton Ave., Hyannis, MA. Visitors are always welcome! See our Sunday Service page, or our Contact page if you need some help finding us.

What Unity on Cape Cod offers…

Our community offers a variety of programs, including Sunday School, Mid-week Prayer service, our Bookstore, Prayer ministry & Counseling, Adult education classes, and other activities detailed in Our Programs page. We also offer a variety of active volunteer ministries. See Our Ministry Teams for details.

A Safe Church…

Unity on Cape Cod is a safe and loving spiritual community. To ensure the safety of our children, we have adopted a Safe Church Policy, including volunteer and employee screening, supervision procedures, behavioral guidelines, and disqualification criteria.

How Do I Get On The Mailing List?

Our weekly bulletin contains information regarding coming events & church news. If you wish to receive more information, please add your name to the mailing list here or the one located on the information table. You can also contact us by phone or e-mail.

Joining Unity on Cape Cod

Please see our Membership page for information on the requirements for joining our church. Brochures are also available on the information table on Sunday mornings. New members are approved at the monthly Board of Trustees Board of Trustees meeting at which time you become a voting member of the congregation. Membership is only required for voting, not for participation in the activities of the church. However, taking this step is a commitment to your spiritual growth through the Unity path, and to supporting the church as you are called to do so.

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