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40 Days of Letting Go 

Welcome to 40 Days of Letting Go, a 40-day journey of spiritual growth during the season of Lent. Release the thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs that keep you stuck, and renew your mind with deep spiritual principles that raise your consciousness and help you experience a rich and fulfilling life.

Beginning Ash Wednesday, February 14th.
Monday thru Saturday each week until Easter.

This Sunday

Sunday Service

How May We Pray With You

Sunday 3/3 @ 10:00 am

With the Unity Palo Alto Prayer Chaplains and music by Deborah Winters, Russell Norman on piano, and Ron E. Beck on drums

I experience divine connection and communion with God in prayer.

Also on Sunday

March 3, 2024

9:00 am Sunday Morning Meditation @ UPA Learning Center & on Zoom
12:00 pm Metaphysical Bible Interpretation Workshop @ UPA Learning Center & on Zoom

Come as you are.  Be who you are.  You are welcome here.

The Unity Spiritual Movement

The Unity spiritual movement brings together ancient wisdom from many faith traditions. The universal principles taught by Unity offer a positive foundation for spiritual living. And it begins with five core principles.

Watch our video as Reverend John Riley describes Unity’s five core principles, and how they can enrich your life.

Practices as Diverse as the Silicon Valley

We honor your path to spiritual growth.

Featured Activities

Unity Palo Alto Prayer Service

March 10 @ 11:30 am - 12:00 pm

2nd Sunday of the Month With Casey Wicker, Licenced Unity Teacher in the Ministerial Prayer Room and on Zoom - Register for Zoom

All are invited to infuse our community prayer requests with love and blessings before we send them off to Silent Unity, where they will be held in prayer for 30 days. This meditation service is the same sacred practice used by Silent Unity — one heart, one voice in prayer, affirming the light within.

Bring Your Own Lunch Brunch

March 24 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Fourth Sunday of the month after Sunday Service

One hour | Ice Breakers | Topic suggestions | Seat Rotations

Opening Blessing: Rev. John Riley

Meet, Greet, Get to know more people better and in a fun way. What to expect...

Sharing Our Abundance

Each month, Unity Palo Alto shares a portion of our donations with a safety-net organization serving the San Francisco Bay Area. This month, we are sharing our abundance with:

Animal Assisted Happiness

Animal Assisted Happiness (AAH) was inspired by our first smile in 2006 when our family’s mini horse, Lollipop, went to see a girl named Riley who was homebound due to brain cancer – she was our first smile and is our Angel. AAH’s mission is to enrich the lives of youth with needs through barnyard animal interactions at our AAH Smile Farm and mobile visits, creating moments of joy and happiness throughout our AAH community. Founded in 2009, we serve youth with needs – a very large and unfortunately growing umbrella – medically fragile, developmental disabilities, foster youth, economically disadvantaged plus. Our vision is 1 million smiles and to date we’ve created over 102,000. We now have over 8,000 registered volunteers (2,000 active) who have helped us provide over 4000 visits for youth with needs for families and with our 300+ partner organizations across the Silicon Valley. 62% of these volunteers are youth themselves; 6th – 12th graders who have truly benefited from our AAH Smile Farm, particularly during the pandemic. Thanks to your support we are able to continue to offer private and Vocational Education visits at the AAH Smile Farm, plus our Mobile Barnyard Buddies van is out and about around the Silicon Valley visiting classrooms, pediatric hospitals and organizations that serve the youth we serve. Your donation will specifically support a Mobile Barnyard Buddy visit to Greendell Elementary School in the PAUSD where we visit the Special Education classroom with our rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens and even a mini goat for about an hour monthly so that the students can experience the smiles only animals can bring. We’ve been visiting Greendell for more than 10 years.