Welcome to Unity Presbyterian Church!
We thank you for stopping by our website and celebrating the joys of the season with us. We are happy to have a chance to show you a small picture of how much the members of this congregation enjoy doing church together. We are thrilled to be this church active in this community.
We are a congregation of about 100 members with a vibrant worship experience that blends both old and new. Our music program is rich with talent. We have an active adult choir and wonderful opportunities for kids to participate musically.
We are God’s hands in our world in many ways, supporting local, national, and international ministry and mission. In our work and in our worship, we have fun together as God’s people.
When you visit our church, you will find:
Please join us for worship and fellowship on Sunday mornings at 10:30am at 1207 E. Springhill Drive!
Our regular Office hours are 8:00am - 1:00pm Monday through Wednesday & 8:00am -12:00pm on Thrusday.
Pastor Andrew is avalible by appointment; Contact the chruch office at 812-299-2206
The 2015 National Observance of Children’s Sabbaths title is “How Long Must I Cry for Help? Bending the Arc toward God's Vision of Justice for Children.” Together, people of faith and places of worship will respond to the cries of poor children and families and work to end child poverty. As Marian Wright Edelman, founder and president of the Children's Defense Fund, has written, “It is a national moral disgrace that there are 14.7 million poor children and 6.5 million extremely poor children in the United States of America — the world's largest economy. It also unnecessary, costly, and the greatest threat to our future nation, economic, and military security....Not only does child poverty cost far more than eliminating it would, we have so many better choices that reflect more just values as well as economic savings. We believe that food, shelter, quality early childhood investments to get every child ready for school and an equitable education for all children should take precedence over massive welfare for the rich and blatantly excessive spending for military weapons that do not work.” On the Children’s Sabbath weekend and beyond, places of worship and people of faith will work together to end child poverty and help “bend the arc” toward God’s vision of justice for children so that every child has what they need to survive and thrive. Learn more at http://childrensdefense.org and join us on Sunday to join in solidarity with the justice seekers and the children who need them.