Give your children the gift of Unity Teachings!
Unity of New York’s Youth & Family Ministry Sunday School will be resuming on Sunday, April 28th!
We are excited to announce our new Director of YFM, Tina Peel.
Tina brings decades of experience to YFM at Unity of New York. Formally trained in education, human development, and spiritual direction, Tina has served in a variety of spiritual roles – teaching children, mentoring teens and young adults, creating and reviewing curriculum, participating in prayer chains and education committees, and serving as spiritual director. Tina also brings a love of creativity and learning with decades of experience as a content creator, media producer, and consultant with organizations like Sesame Street, Nickelodeon, and PBS. Tina is passionate about supporting the light and love in each and all of us, and she’s grateful to be serving at Unity of New York!
Are you feeling led to volunteer with our Youth Ministry and share your spiritual journey with our Unity kids?
Download a Teacher Application or call the Unity office at 212.560.0756 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Youth Ministry at Unity of New York
Myrtle Fillmore, co-founder of Unity, said “our mission is not to entertain the children, but to call them out. To be always entertained is to be dwarfed and dependent. To be ‘called out’ is to follow the harmonious law of the soul’s unfoldment.”
YFM’s children’s spiritual education classes (Sunday School), adheres to Myrtle’s philosophy by using Unity’s Living Curriculum with our children, empowering them to use their spiritual wisdom to fulfill their soul’s purpose and arrive at their own conclusions.
We introduce the 5 Unity Principles and use modalities of Storytelling, Discussion, Affirmation, Prayer and Meditation. Every week the lesson’s intentions are reinforced with the inclusion of creative experiences that draw on the children’s multiple areas of intelligence, which may include art, crafts, movement and song.
YFM programming is overseen by Unity of NY’s Spiritual Leader, Rev. Britt Hall.