Thank you for your support!

During this unprecedented time, we have worked hard to stay connected with our community by offering an online self-care class, a multiple-session art class, three different book-study classes, Daily Word readings and guided meditations at noon three days a week, and of course Sunday services. If you have enjoyed one or more of these, would you please consider giving a donation to Unity Spiritual Center of San Francisco? Our expenses continue during this time of sheltering-in-place, so your generous support of USC as we continue to offer spiritual support really helps!

Welcome to Unity Spiritual Center of San Francisco!

We invite you to explore all the resources here for living a more meaningful life. Please join us for an inspiring service Sunday at 11 a.m.

We Are Part of a Worldwide Spiritual Movement…

Unity Spiritual Center is part of a world-wide spiritual movement with headquarters in Unity Village, Missouri, near Kansas City. Unity is a way of life. It is often called “a positive path for spiritual living.” We have no set creed in Unity, but we do have five foundation statements that express the essence of who we are.

Unity is a teaching of personal empowerment. Our commitment as a congregation is to be a support system for each other as we seek individually and collectively to live in alignment with God, the Spirit of Infinite Goodness, and create happy, healthy, prosperous, fulfilling lives.

We welcome you with open hearts and affirm the truth of these words: “Behold, how good and pleasant it is when brothers and sisters dwell in Unity!” (Psalms 133:1).

“Crafting Love” Named One of the Best Spiritual Books of 2019

“Crafting Love,” the latest book from our Senior Minister Rev. Maggie Oman Shannon, has been named one of the best spiritual books of 2019. Congratulations Rev. Maggie!

Creative Spirit: Connecting Art and Soul

Rev. Maggie’s hour-long radio show, “Creative Spirit: Connecting Art and Soul,” has been archived here, and you also can download previous shows on iTunes.

Join Us for Our
Live Zoom Sunday Service
Sunday, June 13, at 11 a.m.,

Featuring Author/Coach

Susyn Reeve
on “Words Create”



Dear USC Family,

As you know, we will be meeting virtually on Zoom through the first half of this year–our 75th anniversary year!  We will be re-opening our doors for in-person services on Sunday, July 11…so do save the date!

Until then, in order to make it easier for us to connect, we use the same URL for every event. The events will still require you to enter through a waiting room, and to type in a passcode. Here is the link for every gathering, along with the passcode:

Join Zoom Meeting:


Passcode: 941321

(If you forget the passcode, it is the zip code of the church followed by the numeral 1.)

This Sunday, we are thrilled to welcome back author/coach Susyn Reeve, who will be speaking on how “Words Create”!

After the Sunday service, we hold a “hospitality hour” at the same link…it’s been great to get to check in with each other in a more casual way and everyone is invited to join us!

We are still using our YouTube channel as a gathering place; and you can always access it at your leisure to find videos that we have recorded in the past (there are approximately 150 videos for you to watch!). Our USC YouTube channel can be found here or by copying this URL and pasting it into your browser:

(If you have any difficulty accessing that link, just visit www.youtube.com and do a search for “Unity Spiritual Center of San Francisco”–you can become a subscriber to our channel too!)

We are also active on social media. Please click the links on this page to find us.




Rev. Brock Ford’s wonderful workshop on prayer, “Learning, Living, Loving Prayer,” is now available as a Zoom link for a love offering that supports USC’s prayer ministry. If you would like a copy, please send in a love offering by check or use the donate button on our website (above) and indicate that it is for the prayer workshop.


Prayer Chaplain Office Hours Now Offered
by USC Ministry Team Intern
Rev. Brock Ford

As you most likely know by now, Rev. Brock Ford has joined our USC Ministry Team as an intern as he completes his theological education. He will be focusing on prayer and outreach, and has set up “office hours” so that you can make an appointment with him to pray. They are:

Tuesdays: 3:30 pm – 9 pm
Wednesdays: 5:30 pm – 9 pm
Second, Third, Fourth Thursdays: 6 pm – 9 pm
Fridays: 3:30 pm – 9 pm
Saturdays: 1 pm – 9 pm
Sundays: 1 pm – 9 pm

You can email for an appointment at uscsf@att.net.

We are so happy that Rev. Brock is offering this opportunity to our community!



On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, we hold a Daily Word/guided meditation at noon. This lasts for 15 minutes and is always held at the same link listed above and below (again, you will need the passcode–941321–to enter):


During this time in which we aren’t inhabiting our church walls, please remember that each one of us IS the church, and reach out to those who might like a comforting email or phone call.

Together, we can stay connected as a community and emerge from this shelter-in-place with an even stronger connection to each other!


We in Unity know how important our consciousness is and have a host of wonderful spiritual tools and practices that we can draw upon during these uncertain days to keep us connected to Spirit and to help us choose faith rather than fear. Unity is offering a number of wonderful resources on their website, which you’ll find here.

I want to leave you with this quotation from the 14th-century Sufi poet Rumi:

“Journeys bring power and love back into you. If you can’t go somewhere, move in the passageways of the self. They are like shafts of light, always changing, and you change when you explore them.”

Where are you journeying–literally or metaphorically–these days?

Sending you an Ocean of Love, keeping you all in my prayers–knowing that the Love of God enfolds you–and looking forward to seeing you at our service on Sunday.

Rev. Maggie Oman Shannon

Senior Minister,
Unity Spiritual Center of San Francisco

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