Youth Ministry

Youth Ministry at Unity of Livonia

We offer a wonderful, positive experience for youth and teens of all ages. Our youth ministry programs provide a comprehensive, experiential spiritual discovery that focuses on the unlimited potential and inherent divinity in each person. Youth Ministry is offered during our 10:00 am Sunday service.

Positive, life enriching Bible-based lessons and other spiritually affirming activities are presented through story, music, drama and adult service participation. All youth programs are age-appropriate. Our youth and teens are also included in several intergenerational services throughout the year.

 

Five Basic Unity Principles - The Youth Version

  • God is all good and active in everything, everywhere.
  • I am naturally good, because God’s Divinity is in me and in everyone.
  • I create my experiences by what I choose to think and what I feel and believe.
  • Through affirming prayer and meditation, I connect with God and bring out the good in my life.
  • I do and give my best by living Truth. I know I make a difference.     

YOUTH & TEEN MINISTRY PROGRAM (infant - 18 years)

The 2019 Unity curriculum for both youth and teens is centered around the metaphysical "Teachings of Jesus."  This curriculum provides stories, experiences and activities from a metaphysical perspective that demonstrate Jesus' relationship with God.  These lessons are meant to assist our preschool, youth and teens in the growth and development of their own awareness of God's presence within them.  Our Youth program meets coincident with the Adult service at 10:00 - 11:00 Sunday mornings. 

ANNUAL YOUTH & TEEN MINISTRY "FOOD DRIVE"

Unity of Livonia youth and teens held their third annual Community Food Drive during Lent to help St. Christine Christian Services put an end to hunger.  100% of the collections were donated directly to St. Christine Food Pantry, a local non-profit organization that works in conjunction with St. Vincent DePaul to serve and distribute over 22,000 hot meals and 6,000 bags of supplementary groceries throughout the year to one of Southeastern Michigan’s most vulnerable and homeless communities.  Thank you for your generous donations that made this food drive a success.