Visitors’ FAQ

We’re glad you are here! Life can be challenging, but we have the tools to face those challenges. Challenges are easier to face when you have a spiritual community. Do you see yourself as spiritual rather than religious? Unity offers practical, spiritual teachings that empower abundant and meaningful living. We are positive, practical and progressive! No dogma. No compelling clauses. Just your “base camp” for a more fulfilling life.

What time is your Sunday service?

Our Sunday Service is at 11 am in our Sanctuary. We also offer a meditation service at our Wednesday Night Gathering, 6:30 pm in Fellowship Hall. If you are unable to attend in person, join us on our Face Book page for live streaming of the Sunday Service: Facebook Live. For the most up-to-date information and access, please subscribe to our email newsletter.

How long are your services?

Unity of Tampa

The Sunday Service is usually around 60 minutes.

Where are you located?

We are 2 blocks south of W Waters Ave. – just off Habana Ave. at 2610 Silver Lake Ave, Tampa, FL 33614. See it on a map. There is plenty of free parking at our facility.

What happens at the service?

Services begin with amazing music provided by our professional Music Team, followed by a guided meditation, spiritual prayer and an inspiring weekly lesson.

What happens when I am a first-time visitor?

You’ll find a “greeter” at the door ready welcome you. Fill out a First-Time Visitor form and sign up for our email newsletter; you will receive a complimentary Unity of Tampa T-Shirt!  Note: All contact information is kept confidential. It will never be shared or sold.

What do I wear?

Unity is a welcoming place with a casual environment where you can come as you are. You can wear a dress or a suit and tie, but most people dress casually.

What denomination is Unity?

Unity of Tampa is a non-denominational spiritual center where EVERYONE is welcome. People from all religious backgrounds call Unity their spiritual home. Although present-day Unity is an official religious denomination, the organization was originally founded by Charles and Myrtle Fillmore as a spiritual support suitable for all religions and creeds. Unity is open to all persons regardless of race, nationality, or sexual orientation. People of all faiths find Unity teachings are positive, practical and progressive. Learn more about Unity.

Do you have activities for children during your services?

We have an engaging and meaningful program for children and teens, offered during Sunday service. Come to the Narthex to check in with our Youth and Family Ministry.

How big is your congregation?

Our congregation is growing! At present, we average as many as 90 people per week.  The sanctuary is large enough to maintain social distancing for Covid-19 safety.

How do I get involved?

Our Vision Teams have fun and make a difference — inside and outside our walls and throughout the Bay Area. Check out our Ministries page.

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