Stepping outside the walls of Unity North to serve not only the surrounding community but our beloved planet is, not only part of our Mission, it is part of who we are. We believe that we are all one community and everything we do is in service to all. Our Outreach Teams embody that Vision and we invite you to join us in our mission of service.
If you would like to help out in any of these areas of service please contact the Unity North Atlanta office so we can get you plugged in.
Cherokee County – Volunteers maintain the center and make improvements in an effort to offer a more healing and homelike environment to those in need. Volunteer tasks include lawn maintenance, helping to keep the facility fresh, painted and well supplied. Volunteers also help in collecting/donating items noted on the centers wish/needs list.
Team Lead: Katie Daley
Cobb County – Twice a year we collect essential items for the YWCA shelter program, including toilet paper, paper towels, copy paper, shampoo, soap, laundry detergent, combs, brushes, sheets, towels and toys for the children.
Team Lead: Katie Daley
The Extension, located in Marietta, facilitates a transformation that empowers chemically dependent homeless men and women to become sober, accountable members of society and to serve as a recovery resource for the community. Once a month, Unity North provides dinner for women at The Extension.
Team lead: Kurt Heim
Common Ground Ministries, Inc. is a support program that provides a compassionate and collaborative response to the needs of individuals of marginalized populations which is inclusive of all sexual orientations, health statuses, races, religious affiliations, and genders. Once a month, Unity North provides lunch and facilitates an open discussion on a subject that has been chosen by the leaders of Common Ground.
Team Lead: Marguerite Rooney
Habitat for Humanity
Unity North is an active participant in Interfaith Habitat for Humanity builds. We are excited to join the Interfaith community for a common goal of helping out a family in need.
Team Lead: John Thomas
Four times a year for a week Unity North houses homeless families enrolled in the Family Promise Network. We offer shelter, food and a safe place to get back on their feet.
Team lead: Karen Boyer
Unity North Atlanta seeks to lead both the spirit and body towards wholeness and, therefore, attempts to help those in Job Transition with its Career Ministry.
The Career Ministry meets on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Monday of each month at 10:30 am in the Peace Chapel and features a diverse group of speakers in an effort to lessen the amount of time unemployed. Featured speakers include employment coaches, experts in social media, motivators, and people who can aid those who choose to start their own business.
In keeping with the Unity principle of “‘honoring all paths to God,” there is no proselytizing. The ministry’s focus is on helping people of any faith or of no faith to reclaim their position in the workplace. Everyone is welcome.
Team Lead: Al Smith at email@example.com
Every Sunday we have a barrel to collect food for those in our community who are in need. Please bring non-perishable food items and help share your abundance. Check the printed bulletin on Sundays to see which specific food items are being collected for the month. www.mustministries.org
Unity North congregants assist in Alive Ministries’ mission to eliminate hunger for at risk students in local schools so that they may have a greater opportunity to succeed in school and life. All that is required is that you pick up coupons on Sunday, buy those items at a discount as you do your usual grocery shopping, and drop them off the following Sunday.
Highland Serenity AA Support Group
Now is the time. If you think you have a problem with alcohol… If you’ve been thinking of stopping or wondering how to change… If you’re battling addiction and sinking lower and lower into its grips… If you want to make the transition to sober living with the comfort and support of others… Join us. There is a solution. Together we will reach heights alone we couldn’t even imagine. Come to a place where you’ll be treated with absolute acceptance. Join us and let us guide you down a proven path to recovery.
When: 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Sundays
Where: Room 5 – Enter Main Building right side door near playground equipment, then down the hall to the second door on the left
Based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, living the program allows each of us to become totally honest with ourselves about our personal histories and our codependent behavior. Allow us to help you overcome unhealthy habits and avoid damaging and destructive patterns in relationships. The program is a pathway to independence and helps foster the basis for forming healthy and happy unions with others in the future.
When: 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Mondays and Thursdays Where: Admin Building Miracles Room (upstairs)