A Joyful and Dynamic Ministry

Unity of New York is a joyful and vibrant ministry created to celebrate the Truth that all people are created with sacred worth. UNY began in 1999, co-founded by former senior minister Rev. Paul Tenaglia and founding music minister and current spiritual director Rev. Britt Hall. UNY quickly grew to become a thriving spiritual community in the Unity Worldwide movement and remains so today in the heart of New York City.

Unity is a positive path for spiritual living that provides practical teachings to help people live healthy, prosperous and meaningful lives. We honor all paths to God as we provide a philosophy that is spiritual, not religious; and love-based, not fear-based. We strive to help individuals have a stronger connection to God every day by helping them to feel empowered, accepted, loved, inspired and connected.

Upcoming Events at UNY

Unity Senior Adventures Movie Date!

Friday, Aug 18, 2017, 11:00 AM

USA - Unity Senior Adventures Friday, August 18th   We plan to see a new documentary called STEP, about the senior year of a...

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“The Quest” Pre-Service Discussion Group

Sunday, Aug 20, 2017, 9:30 AM

Sunday mornings before service, join us for a pre-service discussion group. The group is led by different Unity of New York...

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Sunday Service with Rev Marion Gambardella

Sunday, Aug 20, 2017, 11:00 AM

Join us every Sunday at 11am at Symphony Space for our Sunday Celebration Service!  All are welcome to join.  There's always...

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“CAREGIVER EMPOWERMENT” with Rev Marion A. Gambardella

Sunday, Aug 20, 2017, 2:00 PM

"CAREGIVER EMPOWERMENT" A CARE-FOR-THE-FAMILY CAREGIVER WORKSHOP (Non-Disease Specific: Any Caregiver)  Sunday, August 20th from 2pm to 4pm at St Michael's 225 W 99th ST(1st Floor...

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HISTORY OF NEW THOUGHT & UNITY MOVEMENT with Rev Shawn Moninger 

Tuesday, Aug 22, 2017, 6:15 PM

HISTORY OF NEW THOUGHT & DEVELOPMENT OF THE UNITY MOVEMENT  with Rev Shawn Moninger  The NEW THOUGHT Movement of the late 1800's began...

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