At Unity of Tustin, we connect with others in selfless service.
We connect with indwelling Spirit and listen for the still, small voice within through spiritual practices. Through prayer and meditation, spiritual study, shadow work, devotion, and sharing of time, treasure and talent, we cultivate higher consciousness. We have faith that with God all things are possible and that God as the healing power within everyone is greater than any appearance of any inharmony. We look beyond the appearance to the Truth that we are spiritual beings having a temporary human experience.
Prayer Chaplain Ministry
Prayer chaplains serve each Sunday by offering one-on-one prayer to those requesting prayer support before and after service. They hold spiritual space, lovingly listen, pray from the heart, hold in confidence what has been shared, and then let go and let God do the work.
If you have a prayer need, please feel free to ask one of our Prayer Chaplains to pray with you or place your name (or that of a loved one) in our confidential prayer box on campus or online here.
For more information, contact our Prayer Ministry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Reiki Ministry is an integral part of the Prayer and Healing Ministry at Unity of Tustin. Reiki is a Japanese method of bringing relaxation and stress reduction, which promotes healing.
Unity of Tustin’s Reiki Ministry offers complimentary Seated Reiki treatments in our Meditation Garden on Sundays after service.
Speak to anyone with a green “Ask About Reiki” ribbon for information or to receive Reiki on Sundays after church services.
Voices of Unity Choir
The Voices of Unity Choir sings diverse music of all skill levels during Sunday service once a month. Rehearsals are Mondays from 5:30-7p.m., with performances the first Sunday of the month and on Christmas Eve and Easter. We are a “no audition” choir, and anyone who feels the inner call of Spirit to serve in this ministry is welcome to come try it out! Our Unity Singers are expected to have the music completely memorized, because that results in outstanding performances. Choir members commit to practicing throughout the week to learn the music, so that along with weekly rehearsals, the choir brings forth beautiful music together.
For information on joining the choir, please email email@example.com
Our volunteer music team is expanding and serves on the campus in many ways. If you have a musical skill, please reach out, connect with us and share your gift!
Sacred Grounds Ministry
Sacred Grounds Ministry
The beautiful gardens and grounds of Unity of Tustin offer tranquility and spiritual rejuvenation to members and guests alike. We often hear visitors say they feel the sacred energy as soon as they enter the grounds.
Although we have a limited gardener service, the majority of our grounds maintenance is performed by the loving dedication of the Sacred Grounds Ministry. These members care passionately about the gardens, and offer their service as a means of expressing that care and deepening their connection to Nature and Spirit.
This can take the form of participating in Garden Clean Up Days, or adopting a site or feature as a Site Angel, or contributing financially, or participating in Visioning future projects. Past and present projects include renovating the labyrinth, imagining and creating Site One of the Sacred Path, installing a new garden arch, renovating and cleaning the waterfall and pond, re-roofing the gazebo, and planting new roses. The ministry members work hard, and enjoy fellowship as they work together.
There is great fulfillment in keeping these sacred gardens green, clean, and available for the Spiritual renewal of all who walk the Path.
Your participation is welcome! Contact Connie Carter firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to join us.
Sunday Supper has served thousands of weekly meals at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Tustin Over the past 12 years, Unity of Tustin became a host church in 2016. We serve a delicious warm meal, beverages and desserts every fifth Sunday of the year. Guests also receive a bag of groceries, fresh produce and bread. Our guests are low-income families, seniors and men and women who live on the streets. They know that for a few hours on Sundays, they will be served a nutritious meal, treated with respect, and welcomed back the following week.
THE OC FOOD PROJECT
The Food Project is a revolutionary way to collect and provide food directly year-round to those
who do not have enough to eat. It is a donor-driven project designed to create a continuous cycle
How the OC Food Project works:
* Pick up your reusable Green Bag and list of suggested food items after the Sunday service.
* Fill your bag with one or two items on the list as you grocery shop over the next two months.
* On turn-in Sundays, exchange your filled bag for an empty one before and after the service.
* If you donate cash, we will do the shopping for you.
All items our delivered to the Sunday Supper pantry at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church for weekly
distribution at the Sunday Supper grocery tables.
For information contact email@example.com
Men of Unity of Tustin (MUTS)
Men of Unity of Tustin (MUTs) has been an active ministry for several years, created as a service group to our church community and a support group for each other. During our meetings we share about our personal and family journeys through life as we integrate our faith with the world around us. We meet twice a month with discussions on a variety of topics from practical spirituality to esoteric teachings to living foundational principles. Periodically we celebrate our fellowship and create outings to locations such as the beach or nearby restaurants.
We welcome others to drop in anytime but we also have a core of men who meet consistently. The Men’s Group also operates as a service wing for Unity of Tustin helping to cook barbecue meals or offering to set up for special events.
Our meetings are held on campus every 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings for about 90 minutes starting at 6:00 PM. In all that we do, we embrace our community mission of transforming lives and inspiring people to make a positive difference in their world. All men are welcome. To find out more about the MUTs ministry, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hospitality Ministry provides a forum for fellowship after each Sunday service. Our community enjoys sharing food and fellowship, getting to know others. Most food items are donated by the community and presented by the dedicated hospitality team. We also provide coffee and tea.