Unity of Charlotte Has Relocated
Unity of Charlotte is relocating from the Arrowood Road location to a shared space with Wesley United Methodist Church. The New Thought church will move to 3715 Rea Road in Charlotte and hold its first service at noon on Sunday, April 2.
“We’re very excited about our relocation,” says Unity’s Co-Minister Rev. Jim Ernstsen. “Our new location offers us much more space to expand classes and fellowship time.”
At the former Arrowood Road. location, space was shared with the Sikh Educational Foundation of the Carolinas.
“In our space at Wesley UMC,” says Unity Co-Minister Rev. Lisa Herklotz, “we’ll have ample spaces for food and community along with the appropriate places for our Youth and Family Ministry.”
Unity is a positive, practical, progressive approach to Christianity based on the teachings of Jesus and the power of prayer. Unity honors the universal truths in all religions and respects each individual’s right to choose a spiritual path. Unity of Charlotte was founded in 1969 and has enjoyed several church homes in the 54 years that have followed.
For more information, call their new phone number of 980-237-6625 or visit www.UnityOfCharlotte.org.