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Welcome to Unity Church of Pomona, a diverse, warm, socially engaged, open and affirming spiritual community that has been serving the Pomona Valley since 1933.

Sunday  Services at 10:30 am

Where God is seen in All.

Where Problems become Gifts.

Where Science supports Spirituality.

Where Thoughts are understood as Powerful Things.

Where Tools are given to skillfully deal with all Emotions.

Where everyone's Spiritual Gifts are honored, called out and supported.

Where everyone has Opportunities to help Create a World that Works for All.

Where we learn from those of every Religious Tradition, and ALL are WELCOME!





Unity of Pomona

524 E. Pasadena.

Pomona, CA 91767


“A compassionate city is an uncomfortable city! A city that is uncomfortable when anyone is homeless or hungry. Uncomfortable if every child isn’t loved and given rich opportunities to grow and thrive. Uncomfortable when as a community we don’t treat our neighbors as we would wish to be treated.” – Karen Armstrong

Join us and our Interfaith Friends as we work to build Compassionate Cities throughout the Inland Valley. Sunday, October 9, 3- 5 pm followed by a review of chapters 3&4 of Karen Armstrong's book Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life led by Bill Lesher from 5-6 pm at Cao Dai Temple, 573 W. 10th street, Pomona.

Wed. Sept. 7, 7 pm

Unity's World Day of Prayer presents  "The Invitation of Compassion for Our Lives and Communities" A Talk and Guided Meditation by Professor Frank Rogers from Claremont School of Theology.

Our Unity Movement

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Spiritual Quote of the Week

“Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.”
― Rumi

Unity Principles to Bless Your Life

1.       There is One Presence and One Power, God the Good.

2.       I have God’s spark of divinity within me and I am inherently Good.

3.       My Mind linked with God Mind creates blessings in my life.

4.       Through prayer and meditation, I align myself with God and Good.

5.       I live the Truth I know through thought, word and action.

Unity's Peace Statement

Unity stands for peace in our life time, one life at a time. Unity stands for peace in the presence of conflict; for love in the presence of hatred; for forgiveness in the presence of injury. Unity honors the many names for God, the many paths to God, the many ways to worship God; for there is only one power and presence of God and that God loves each one of us equally. It is therefore the position of Unity to urge all nations, their leaders, and their people to turn to God by whatever name for guidance during these challenging times and pursue peace, not war, for this is what honors the God of all our faith traditions. Unity stands for peace in our lifetime.

Unity's Diversity Statement

Unity Church of Pomona is a welcoming, affirming spiritual community. We believe that all people are created with innate goodness and sacred worth. Our sincere desire is to create a spiritually aware community that is uplifting, nondiscriminatory and supports diversity.

LGBT Inclusion

Unity teaches that all people are created with sacred worth and that no one exists outside the heart of God. Its basic principles state that God is Good, and because all people exist within God, they also are inherently good. To reflect its inclusiveness, Unity issued a formal Statement of Diversityin 1995: “We believe that all people are created with sacred worth. Therefore, we recognize the importance of serving all people within the Unity family in spiritually and emotionally caring ways. We strive for our ministries, publications and programs to reach out to all who seek Unity support and spiritual growth. It is imperative that our ministries and outreaches be free of discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender, age, creed, religion, national origin, ethnicity, physical disability or sexual orientation. Our sincere desire is to ensure that all Unity organizations are nondiscriminatory and support diversity.....We encourage ministers, teachers and others within Unity to honor the strength of diversity within their spiritual communities. It is with love and in celebration of our unity, in the midst of our wondrous diversity, that we affirm this position.”

Additionally, in 2011, Unity launched an LGBT Resource Center on its ( to provide spiritual resources geared to the gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender community. ...

MARRIAGE RIGHTS: Though Unity takes no official position on social issues,Unity churches are free to support same-sex marriages. Unity Village, the world headquarters of the Unity movement, and many churches and centers perform holy unions and marriages where they are legal.LGBT MINISTERSThe Unity movement accepts and welcomes LGBT ministers, licensed Unity teachers, and ministerial and licensed Unity teacher candidates. While no specific data isavailable, asizeable percentage of Unity ministers and congregants are connected to the LGBT community.

Pictures of some that attended the 4th Annunal Interfaith Concert held Sunday September 23 at Church of the Brethren: Pomona Fellowship.

Unity Supports You through Prayer and Meditation

Unity of Pomona's Prayer Team invites you to send your prayer requests to us at or directly to Rev. Jan Chase at

Our Prayer Team prays for you and sends your requests to Silent Unity, where they are prayed over for one month.

We encourage you to call or write SILENT UNITY by clicking on this Link.

Walk our Labyrinth as You Meditate

Walk our Labyrinth as You Meditate




Some Community Meetings

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SUNDAYS Join us for our 10:30 am Service followed by Lunch.

Inspiring Compassionate Social Action Found in Social Media


Do You Know? Interfaith Messages "Creating a World that Works for All"

Our April 1, 2012 Interfaith Seder at the Islamic Center of Claremont built bridges of understanding that will last!

Interfaith Insights

Interfaith Events

Interfaith Concert 2012

Interfaith Concert 2012


At this time when misunderstanding of "other" finds a way to assert itself through violence, all of us can make a difference, can save lives, can promote undertanding through participating in and promoting interfaith events.

September has been a month in which we in the Pomona Valley have emphasized and embraced our religious diversity by coming together to build bridges of respect and friendship. Some photos of our Interfaith Events are below.  We believe that we as know our neighbor, we release fear of the unknown and are free to "love your neighbor as yourself." Your attitude affects those around you. May it build Peace.

Upland Interfaith Council Prayer Breakfast

11 Days of Global Unity 2011

Upland Interfaith Council Prayer Breakfast 2011

Interfaith Seder at Claremont Islamic Center 2012

Unity & Diversity Meets at Unity of Pomona

Interfaith Community Word

Community Calendar


“To Co-Create a World that Works for All”  

To add events to the community calendar above, Contact Rev. Jan Chase

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. –Margaret Mead

To love our neighbor, we must know our neighbor.

P 3 Pomona Seminar on Meth

On June 19, 2012 Unity Hosted a Community-Wide Town Hall Meeting on Methamphetamine: The Hurt and The Hope put on by The NETWORK (Pomona Substance Abuse, Treatment & Prevention Providers)

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