is Welcome Here!
Unity of Sussex County is a spiritual community where you are encouraged to live as your authentic self. We honor all paths to God, knowing they ultimately lead to the same Infinite Spirit.
Here you will find a vibrant community, meaningful connection, comprehensive spiritual education, and loving support.
Our beliefs are in harmony with the basic tenets of the world’s great religions teaching LOVE. They are based on these Universal Principles:
• all thought is creative,
• there is only one power behind all things, and
• this power is found within each of us.
We offer opportunities for personal growth and insight knowing you can face life’s challenges equipped with strength and confidence. You are here by Divine appointment, and we invite you to explore our website and to join us soon for a Sunday service, a class or a workshop. Your soul is welcome here!
Opportunities to Connect with Great People and Ideas
Every week at Unity of Sussex County provides opportunities to make new friends, learn something new, and have fun. Check our Events Calendar for complete information about all the ways to connect with others.
Buddha Mind & Bhakti Heart
Sunday, April 27, 1-3 p.m.
Meditation and Kirtan with Ramananda John Welshons and Treesa Joy. Become immersed in the sacred practice of kirtan-devotional singing and chanting of the names of God. Kirtan is an integral component of Bhakti Yoga, the yoga of seeing and feeling the essence of the Divine Light in everyone and everything. At the same time, find inner peace through the practice of Vispassana – or “mindfulness” meditation. This beautiful workshop offers a unique opportunity to experience both sacred paths – a balance of inner silence, and outer expression. Learn more.
Unity Cinema: Crash
Saturday, May 3, 7 p.m.
“Crash” is a movie of intense fascination, a masterpiece of interlocking stories of people and their prejudices. The story takes place in the melting pot of Los Angeles, where whites, blacks, Latinos, Koreans, Iranians, cops and criminals, the rich and the poor, the powerful and powerless, are all defined in one way or another by racism. All are victims of it, and all are guilty of it. Victims of racism are often shown to be racist themselves in different contexts and situations. Sometimes they rise above it, although it is never that simple. At times, we have no idea how we will behave, because so much depends on the accident of circumstance. Imagine that “us and them” become a thing of the past, allowing us to just enjoy the “varieties of humanity.”
This is a movie you won’t want to miss. Please join us for fellowship after the film.