Unity Church cuts ribbon

Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce Bay Blazers recently hosted a ribbon cutting for Unity Church.

Located as 1119 N. Pearl St., Unity is a non-denominational Christian church started by Charles and Myrtle Fillmore in the 1880’s as a Sunday afternoon discussion group based in Unity Village outside of Kansas City, MO.

Unity was brought to Rockport in 1975 by Dean and Helen Davis, and Unity has been growing since then. Severely damaged by Harvey and after two years of reconstruction, generous donations, and the hard work of Reverend Farolyn Mann for her leadership and inspiration, Unity church is now open.

Unity is open each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in Rockport. Unity strives to provide all a gathering place to experience love, acceptance, spiritual growth and their oneness with God.

For more information, contact Reverend Farolyn Mann at 361-450-5021 or rockporttxunity@gmail.com or find them at www.unityinrockport.com or https://www.facebook.com/UnityInRockport.

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