Classes

Classes at Unity on the River

A variety of classes are offered at Unity on the River throughout the year.  The church offers Unity-based classes as well as topics outside the Unity realm.  All classes are listed on the website calendar. (This page is a shortcut to those classes).  Registration can be completed on-line on the calendar or below by clicking the name of the class or as indicated.  Any questions can be emailed,  

Current Classes:

Note:  All UOTR activities and classes are cancelled
except those facilitated by ZOOM. 
Getting Started with Zoom
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HOW TO BE AN ANTIRACST BOOK STUDY & DISCUSSION

Did you miss it the first time? Here's another chance to explore this revolutionary text as we ask what's ours to do to create a world that works for all. Join Rev Ogun & Rev Kelly Isola for an 8-week book study and discussion starting Tuesday, Sept.1 at 7:30 EST on Zoom.  This is not a comprehensive course on racism. It is intended to provide a spark of awareness and a more helpful set of questions and discussions. There are many steps that must be taken after awareness, and many resources will be provided for continued learning, further discovery and future action. [Hosted by Unity of Kansas City North]
Advanced registration required. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

 

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Coming soon... THE CHRIST

What is the significance of the word “Christ”? The idea of “the Christ” has various meanings in various spiritual traditions and even more meanings in the context of individual belief systems. For some, “Jesus” and “Christ” are synonymous, yet even so interpretations of “Jesus Christ” vary for those believers. “Christ” as the Greek form of the Hebrew “Messiah” has an entirely different meaning for Judaism. In metaphysical teachings, “Christ” signifies an innate Spiritual principle and/or potential in every person. Students will experientially engage their own beliefs about “Jesus Christ” and the Christ idea using the Bible as the primary text.