This Week at Unity Center

It is increasingly clear to me that the reduction and collapse of the "acquired self" -- the building of a self from outer accumulation of facts and experience -- results in what may be called Self-realization or enlightenment....

Spiritual Education

Unity Center of the Valley has a variety of classes and groups to offer, including quarterly classes presented by Rev. Kellogg, a weekly A Course in Miracles group, and classes affiliated with the Sedona/Verde Valley based New Thought Center for Applied Mystical Sciences and the

New Thought School of Ministry.

Unity Center is an inclusive community dedicated to the joyful unfoldment of each individual through spiritual education and connection, as love in action.

Our Mission

  • Women's and Men's Groups
  • A Course in Miracles
  • Support Groups and Counseling
  • New Thought Center for Applied Mystical Sciences
  • Prayer Request

"Like so many of our UCV members, for me it's the consistent quality of the thoughtful and reflective Sunday lessons, all the amazing musicians we have and the closeness of our UCV family. My wife and I have belonged to several Unity churches over the years but this Center has a unique spiritual bond. I also feel honored to serve on the Steering Committee with like-minded people dedicated to this Center growing and prospering for many years to come.”

-Jim S.

Congregant



What people are saying...

Location: Services held at Old Town Center for the Arts   

633 N. 5th St

(5th & Main Streets)

Cottonwood. AZ 86326  (MAP)


Location and Services



Sunday Services:

9:30 a.m. Meditation

10:30 a.m. Celebration Service followed by Social Hour



       Unity Center
         of the Valley

Rev. Bruce Kellogg

Recent Newsletters


April 23, 2014

April 16,2014

"There is a feeling of warmth and genuine caring when you enter Unity Center that I haven't experienced before at a church.

Rev. Bruce shares from his heart in a really authentic way, the music is always special, and the community is filled with wonderful people.  Being new to the area, it's been a great place to make friends and feel a part of something beautiful.  Plus I've learned a lot about my own growing spirituality!”

-Teresa P.

Congregant