Unity Village Travel Guide

  • The Administration Building at Unity Village
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    The light stays on in the Silent Unity Building

    by mtncorg Updated Jun 17, 2008

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    1989, complete with Chapel, Meditation Garden and a light that shines forth at all hours. There is a daily service offered at 11am. Upstairs - off limits to the casual visitor - is where free confidential prayer support is offered either via phone - 1-800-669-7729 - or online.

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    Empty fountains undergoing renovation 1 more image

    by mtncorg Written Jun 17, 2008

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    The Tower dominates the Unity Village campus. The Silent Unity Building anchors the northwestern end and the Activities Center/Unity Village Chapel is on the eastern end. The Unity Institute - which houses several educationally oriented activities - makes up the northeastern edge and the Administration Building takes up the entire southern side of the campus. Serving as the centerpiece for the campus are the Rose Gardens and Fountains. The water from the fountains serve both a soothing, meditative function as well as serving as an outdoor natural air conditioner for those hot Midwestern summer days. The fountains were in a state of restoration at the time of my visit.

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    by mtncorg Written Jun 17, 2008

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    The Fillmore's son, Charles, was an architect and was enthralled enough with the Mediterranean world that he used it for designing the buildings here at Unity Village - a motif continued with the 1989 Silent Unity Building and the newly opened (2006) Hotel and Conference Center.

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