You’re going to love it here!

beachLooking for a warm, friendly church? You’ve found us! We’re known as “the little church with the big heart.” All who are led to our church are welcomed with open arms and friendship.

From the moment you enter Unity Community, you sense the peace and joy that abounds here. It is the energy generated by a loving congregation as they seek heightened spiritual awareness and a closer relationship with the Divine Spirit.

Unity is a positive, practical, progressive approach to Christianity based on the teachings of Jesus and the power of prayer. Unity teaches that each person is a unique expression of God created with sacred worth. Living from that awareness transforms our lives and the world.

If this is your first visit, you’ll find helpful information on our Visitors’ FAQ page. You also may want to read What Is Unity? Unity’s 5 Basic Principles, and Need Prayer? to learn more. If you or a loved one is in need of prayer, please let us know how we may pray with you by completing an online prayer request.


Rev. John Beerman

Unity Community Church welcomes Rev. John Beerman

The congregation of Unity Community Church welcomed Rev. John Beerman as our new minister on February 1, 2021. We are so very blessed to have Rev. Beerman and his wife Charlotte, a Licensed Unity Teacher, join our Unity Community Church family.

Rev. John was graduated from the Unity Institute and Seminary with a master’s degree in divinity in 2015 and was ordained by Unity Worldwide Ministries at that time. His lifelong goal was to become a Unity minister, and he acknowledges Spirit, the Christ within. He has been active in Unity communities since 1980, serving ministries in Texas, Colorado, South Carolina and Ohio.

John is married to Charlotte Garrett, who is a Licensed Unity Teacher. John and Charlotte have five children and seven grandchildren. They enjoy hiking, biking, travel and spending time in nature.

John’s passion in ministry is conveying and living Unity Truth Principles in a way that is transparent and spiritually awakening, using his lively style and dry sense of humor.


Unity Community Church offers classes, workshops and ongoing groups and services to support you on your path.

Join us at 10 a.m. for a Sunday service featuring these speakers:

April 18 — Rev. John Beerman

April 28 — Rev. John Beerman

Our Sanctuary Is Open For Sunday Services at 10 a.m.

We re-opened our church for Sunday services on June 7. We realize a lot of you aren’t quite ready to venture far from home just yet and we support your decision, knowing that wherever we are, God is, and all is well. If you are not feeling well, we encourage you to stay home until you are well again.

Our opening comes with the necessary safety precautions. I’ll include some of them here:

Seating capacity will be lessened by as much as 50 percent, with chairs removed. Remaining chairs will be spaced apart. We will be entering the front door only, which will open at 9:30 a.m. A greeter will open the door for you. Come in at your leisure, take your seat, and enjoy peaceful music while we wait for service to begin at 10 a.m.

Please wear your own face mask, and we recommend you keep it on until you leave the building. We have extras if you don’t have one. A paper guideline and order of service will be on each chair, along with a prayer request form.

Your prayer request can be placed in the prayer box (located in the lobby) when you leave the building. Please take papers home with you when you depart.

For the time being, there will be no food or fellowship gathering after service. Please feel free to bring your own bottled water.

There will be lots of music for our spiritual nourishment. We are requesting that you not sing along, but quiet humming will be delightful!

This will be hard to do in our church, but we have to dispense with hugging, kissing, handshaking for now. Any questions, please contact me.

We love you; we bless you; we appreciate you, and we behold the Christ in YOU!

Thank you for your support

Your continued gifts of love and substance are most gratefully and deeply appreciated. Checks can be safely dropped in our mailbox or mailed to the church anytime. You also can send a one-time or recurring gift online, using any major credit card or PayPal.

“Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called children of God.” (Mathew.5.9)

Please join us in prayer

I AM the peacemaker. I am demonstrating peace in all my thoughts, feelings, and actions. I give thanks for all the knowledge that God is the only true Resource; all other energies fade in the light and love of the Universal Source of all life. I AM Peace.

(Rev. Roxanne Graves)

Pilgrimage Healing Treatments
Pilgrimage Energy Healing treatments are offered at our church several times a month and by appointment. Trained partners use a unique process that provides a peaceful atmosphere of safety and support, healing touch and prayer. There is no charge, but love offerings to the church are appreciated. Call Diane Starr (727) 542-5455, Katina Demas (727) 237-1452 or Pat Rivera (305) 546-2714 for an appointment.

Dunedin Food Pantry
Our church supports our local food pantry to help those less fortunate in our community. We do this by sending a tithe check each month and delivering our donations of unopened or canned foods of all kinds. Please bring your items to church and leave them in the baskets in the lobby or fellowship room. Be sure to check the dates on your donations. Items with expired dates will not be delivered to the food pantry. We want to share our abundant good only. We appreciate Bill Baird for delivering our food to the pantry on a regular basis



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