Unity on the Bay

A positive path for spiritual living

Unity on the Bay is a diverse spiritual home that embraces and radiates unconditional love, acceptance, energy and healing.  At Unity, we believe that there is one power: God, the good, omnipotent, and that the awareness and connection with this power opens the manifest world to its highest and best good in every individual and the universe as a whole.  As this awareness becomes an intricate part of our lives, we begin to transform ourselves, our community and our world.


Sunday Celebration Service and Wednesday OM Hour Service
Sunday’s 9 AM and 11 AM services last between 75-90 minutes and include music from the choir and guest musical artists, meditation, and a message from one of our ministers or a guest speaker. Wednesday’s 7 PM OM Hour services last 60 minutes and includes chanting, an extended meditation time, and a short discourse. 

The main free parking lot is located on 22nd Street east of Biscayne Blvd with additional metered street parking available in our area. Our Sunday 11 AM service parking fills up quickly so plan to arrive in enough time to find parking. The main entrance is reached through the bookstore attached to our building, which can be entered through 21st or 22nd Street. Click here to view our Campus Map. 

Dress Attire
There is no dress code at Unity on the Bay. We welcome you in jeans or slacks, skirts or shorts. 

Our Ushers will greet you upon your arrival and guide you to the main auditorium. During the service you will be given a Connection Card that can be returned to the Welcome Center at the end of the service. Our Ambassadors will accept your card and present you with a gift as well as answer any questions you may have.

Children who are at least 3 years old are invited to attend a special children’s program designed for them on campus at the Cameron House next to the main building. Children are grouped with others their own age and move through a lesson plan facilitated by one of our Family Ministry Facilitators. You can take your children there directly. They may also join you during the services if they prefer to remain with you.