Groups, Special Events, & Community Calendar

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Ongoing Classes and Groups

Unity Classes

S.E.E. classes are based around Unity's teachings. The classes are open to anyone that would like to enhance their spiritual growth, however S.E.E. classes are also the foundation classes for anyone that desires to follow a ministerial degree or teaching license within Unity and can be taken for credit through Unity of Springfield.

We regularly have classes available to students interested in spiritual growth. If you are interested in these classes, please feel free to contact the church at (417) 887-2214. These classes are available online through Unity Worldwide Ministries.

Accredited S.E.E. Class List

  • Foundations of Unity: Thursdays 
  • Metaphysics 1
  • Metaphysics 2
  • Metaphysics 3
  • Metaphysics 4
  • Twelve Powers of Man
  • Prosperity
  • Healing & Wholeness
  • History of New Thought and Unity
  • Overview: Hebrew Scriptures
  • Overview: Christian Scriptures
  • Bible Interpretation: Hebrew Scriptures
  • Bible Interpretation: Acts to Revelation
  • Jesus' Teachings
  • The Christ
  • Unity Prayer
  • Meditation Practices
  • Self-Awareness
  • The "I" of the Storm
  • Conversation Skills
  • Self-Care
  • Discerning Your Purpose

Sunday Mornings at 9:15 AM CT

In this class attendees explore spiritual practices, spiritual paths, religious traditions, techniques, and lessons from leaders in the fields of New Thought, Metaphysics, and Religion. This class is held at the church every Sunday Morning. Childcare is available for this class.

This class is taught by members from Unity of Springfield. These discussions are often directly related to spiritual literature or a topical discussion associated with the religions of the world or the New Thought tradition.

This is an in person class or can be viewed online on our Facebook page.

Monday Mornings at 10:30 AM CT

Al-Anon is a self-supporting and autonomous support group that meets at Unity of Springfield.

Al-Anon members are individuals affected by another person's addiction. The group is comprised of parents, children, spouses, partners, brothers, sisters, other family members, friends, employers, employees, and coworkers of alcoholics and addicts. No matter what specific experience an individual member has faced they each share a common bond: they feel their lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking.

This support group is anonymous and open group for women.

Monday Evenings at 6:30 PM CT

ACIM and Unity do share many of the same foundational principles and spiritual practices such as prayer and affirmation.

"A Course in Miracles" often referred to as ACIM is a book that discusses spiritual principles. This book is often referred to as a "psychological mind training" that can be used to enhance an individual's ability to experience a peaceful existence. ACIM uses traditional religious language to describe metaphysical and spiritual truths.

This group is a discussion associated with ACIM including the workbooks, daily practices, and teachers guide.

Meeting Information

This group does not meet in person, instead it meets through the video conference app Zoom. Zoom is an easy to use video conference platform. You do not need to know anything about technology to attend this meeting, but you will need to have the Zoom app on your phone, tablet, or computer.

The meeting ID is 6841035091
The passcode is 123456

Instructions for using this meeting platform:

To find the right Zoom app for your device you can go to the Zoom Download Center and look for the app that fits your computer, phone, or tablet.

Once you have the app on your device follow these steps:

  1. Open the app.
  2. Click "Join."
  3. Put in the meeting ID: 6841035091 (this will prompt you to enter a passcode).
  4. Put in the passcode: 123456
  5. You are in the meeting.

Tuesday Mornings at 10:00 AM CT

The Unity of Springfield Book Club is an open topic discussion. During the meeting attendees review metaphysical and spiritual books. This meeting is open to everyone and it is not necessary to read the book to join in the discussion.

Saturday Evenings at 7:00 PM CT

Al-Anon is a self-supporting and autonomous support group that meets at Unity of Springfield.

Al-Anon members are individuals affected by another person's addiction. The group is comprised of parents, children, spouses, partners, brothers, sisters, other family members, friends, employers, employees, and coworkers of alcoholics and addicts. No matter what specific experience an individual member has faced they each share a common bond: they feel their lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking.

This support group is anonymous and open group.

Saturday Mornings at 9:30 AM CT

On Saturdays at Unity of Springfield this group meets at the church to discuss the work of the Law of Attraction as described by the channeled entity Abraham.  These messages are channeled and scribed by Esther Hicks. 

Everyone is welcome to join in.

Unity of Springfield
2214 E. Seminole Street
Springfield, MO 65804

More about Esther Hicks:

Esther Hicks is an inspirational speaker and author. She co-authored eight books with her husband, Jerry Hicks. Together, they have presented Law of Attraction workshops for Abraham-Hicks Publications in up to 60 cities per year since 1987.

Hay House, Inc. published the Hicks’ best-selling book, Ask and It is Given, in 2004. Since then, they have also published four more New York Times Best-sellers:

  • Money, and The Law of Attraction (made #1 on New York Times Best Sellers List)
  • The Law of Attraction
  • The Astonishing Power of Emotions
  • The Amazing Power of Deliberate Intent
  • as well as the fictional children’s series of Sara books.

  Prayer

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Affirmations

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Meditation

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Sunday Service

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