Our church is designed to be an open community, where anyone can take steps to become a member and help others do the same. Take a moment to learn how Unity can help you go to the next level and engage the community around you.

CONNECT WITH UNITY

Home Study Groups

Unity of the Triangle is a growing spiritual community with amazing members who have so much to share with each other. They are engaged in their spiritual growth and are committed to community life. One way this desire is expressed is meeting together in small groups (6-15 people) on a regular basis to share ideas and experiences with each other. All members are enriched and supported through the meetings and the close bonds that are developed. Volunteer small group facilitators are trained and placed in each group to ensure a good flow of sharing in a caring and safe environment. Small groups engage in a variety of activities chosen by the group such as: book studies, discussion on Sunday’s lessons, service, and entertainment. Small groups are formed geographically so you are never far from a meeting place. You can visit a small group near you with no obligation to get involved. We invite you to check out a small group to see if the group feels like a good fit for you. For complete information on the leader, meeting location, and time of the meeting, or to ask questions
Contact:
Mary Smith at: 003maryb@gmail.com
Barry Smith at: bds221@gmail.com


Men of Unity

Men of all ages are invited to join Men of Unity to share from their heart their feelings, challenges, and spiritual journey while being supported and uplifted by the group. Members determine what they wish to gain from the meeting based on shared topics and common issues expressed during the check-in. Meditation, expressions of gratitude, and prayer support the process. Joining this heartfelt community and bonding with other like-minded men, is a rare opportunity to express oneself in a safe, spiritual environment.
Ground Rules:
• What we say in the group, stays in the group
• We speak from our hearts; that is how does the topic affect my life?
• We avoid intellectual discourse
• We don’t give advice (unless requested), and we don’t tell stories (unless it is brief and arises out of our own experience)
• We speak only when we want to speak—no one is forced to share
When: 1st and 3rd Monday of each month
Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Where: Unity of the Triangle


Outreach

Are you interested in reaching out and serving the community at large? The Outreach Team selects various service projects throughout the year to involve and unite volunteers from Unity of the Triangle. There is “something for everyone” including middle and high school youth. Volunteers may serve one project or many depending on your time and talents.
Check the Upcoming Events (link) to see when the next outreach service opportunity is being held.
Some examples of how our spiritual community blesses outside organizations are:
• HABITAT FOR HUMANITY—help build a home; registration required at http://interfaithbuild.habitatwake.volunteerhub.com
• SHEPHERD’S TABLE SOUP KITCHEN—serve meals
• FOOD BANK OF WAKE COUNTY—sort, stack, and organize food supplies
(12 years of age and older)
• MIGRANT FARMERS DINNER—provide meals and serve migrant workers; held in the summer
• BAREFOOT SUNDAY—collect gently used shoes
• UNDIE SUNDAY—provide new underwear for the homeless and underserved individuals suffering from alcohol and drug addictions
• A STITCH IN TIME—have fun getting together to use your creative juices to sew, quilt, knit or crochet items such as totes for walkers, hats for cancer patients, and more
• CASA DE TODOS—reach out beyond our local community and partner with a global concern such as this shelter for children from abusive families in Puerto Rico

Gen X Social Group (ages 30’s & 40’s)

If you identify with the Generation X young adults in their 30’s and 40’s, you will want to connect with this social group. From brunch to wine tastings to family friendly outings, Gen Xer’s plan fun events in addition to meeting regularly between Sunday services. Sunday meetings include meditation, discussion of Unity topics, and more. Joining this group is a great way to get to know other like-minded members of our community. Childcare is usually available since many members have children.
When: Every Sunday
Time: 10:10 am – 10:55 am
Where: Unity of the Triangle


High Milers Social Group (over 70)

Come connect with fellow seniors between Sunday services to share your life’s journey, your wisdom and your dreams while exploring how the Unity principles relate to your life. The format is open discussion and individual participation is encouraged. Enjoy sharing stories and wisdom, fun and fellowship.
When: 2nd & 4th Sundays of each month (except holidays)
Time: 10:10AM – 10:55AM
Where: Unity of the Triangle


Women of Unity

Women of all ages are invited to join the Women of Unity to connect, uplift, support and inspire each other. Each month speakers and experts share their gifts and talents. Women also have the opportunity to share their own experiences and wisdom, while encouraging each other on life’s journey. To enhance their relationships, the group celebrates socially. Expect even outdoor events when you join this loving, nurturing and celebratory group. The Women of Unity has become so dynamic that they are now meeting twice a month.
When: 1st Sunday of each month and 3rd Tuesday
Time: Sunday 1:30 – 3:00 pm Tuesday 6:00 pm
Where: Unity of the Triangle


Book Study Groups

From time to time a relevant book is selected by the ministry to study for several weeks. Members of the spiritual community lead study groups in their homes or at the church.

Study groups will be announced in Upcoming Events when offered.