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Unity Churches International EarthCare Team
The purpose of the Unity Churches International EarthCare (UCIE) Team is to support Unity Worldwide Ministries in fostering the awareness of our spiritual oneness with our Earth home and to promote active care of creation.
UCIE rose up from the grassroots of the Unity movement, coming from the deep desire to express Unity's belief in our oneness with all divine life in ways that directly impact for our planet home. As in so many areas in Unity, we saw the importance of walking the talk. Our vision statement reads, "All humanity lives in a spiritual consciousness that manifests as loving coexistence with all creation and care for our Earth home."
We act so that every step on our planet home and through our life here is an active prayer for all divine creation.
Our EarthCare Congregation Program is featured in the Thriving in Unity 1.0 program as Benchmark 11 and in the Thriving in Unity 2.0 program in Benchmark 8. We are happy to assist you with either of these actions.
Please contact us at email@example.com for assistance with starting EarthCare activities in your center, with completing the Thriving in Unity programs, or with becoming a working member of the international Team. We can also connect you with regular mentoring conference calls for support.
Worldwide Peace Team
Unity's Worldwide Peace Team is committed to bringing forth a consciousness of peace at all levels in our lives and throughout the world. We take action that promotes, inspires, supports and co-creates sustainable worldwide peace. We are helping to empower communities by heightening awareness and by providing tools and resources.
We realize our interconnectedness with all people and situations on the planet and are forming alliances with individuals and groups throughout the world to bring forth peace.
We are spreading the word as well as creating and offering resources for communities through a number of multimedia channels, including downloadable and print media, Unity Online Radio and websites. The website and this resources on this page contain relevant links for resources to use over time.