Sunday Morning Service in-person and streaming

Sandy at lectern.

Sunday services, 10 to 11 AM. 

Sunday services are in person and also live-streamed to Facebook. So you can attend in person or view the service from home.

After the live-streaming of the service, the video of the service is also available on our Facebook page.  Once on the Facebook Page, locate the “Videos” on the left side of the page. That will take you to the latest as well as to previous Sunday Service videos.

You do not need a Facebook account to access our Facebook pages if you use these links.  Incidentally, if you have a Facebook account we encourage you to leave a comment. Your input helps us grow and improve.

Click on "Sunday Services" at the top of the page to see upcoming topics.

Please Note:

The service will generally follow a familiar pattern, but for awhile we will keep the offering basket on the table near the entrance. And other minor changes will be announced during the service.

All attendees may wear a mask. We recommend a mask, but that is a personal choice. If you have recently been exposed to COVID or recently tested positive for COVID please view our Sunday Service online.

For video recording purposes, the people up front will not be masked while they are speaking at the lectern and providing music.

Masks and hand sanitizer are provided.

Everyone will be encouraged to socialize prior to and following the service.

Food or drink will be offered after the Service, and everyone is welcome to bring their own coffee or beverage in an appropriate container to avoid spillage.

*  Regular Sunday Service starts at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST). The service lasts about an hour, followed by sharing and fellowship. Dress is casual and comfortable. We invite families to attend Sunday Services with their children in the sanctuary as we do not have a separate youth education program.

Our location is 98 Rudder Rd, next to the Sea Esta Motel, on Long Neck Road (1 block past Grotto's Pizza). Unity Spiritual Center is on the left side at the intersection of Long Neck Road and Rudder Road, Millsboro, Delaware.

We look forward to being with you.