Many first-time visitors have questions about Unity of the Palm Beaches. We have listed answers to the most common questions on this page. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact the office at (561) 833-6483 or Dianne@unitypalmbeach.com.
Where are you located? Where do I park?
Unity of the Palm Beaches shares space with Temple Israel at 1901 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33407
We are about 1/2 mile north of Good Samaritan hospital on Flagler Drive.
Our parking lot is located on Pine Street which runs between North Flagler Drive and North Dixie Highway.
Our Sunday service begins at 11:00 am. Latecomers are welcome, but we do ask that you remain outside of the sanctuary until after meditation.
What is the service like?
Reverend Taylor opens the service with an affirmative prayer. This is followed by a reading of that day’s Daily Word (a Unity publication).
Reverend Taylor then leads the congregation through a silent meditation. After the meditation one of our guest soloists performs a song specifically chosen to reflect Reverend Taylor’s theme for the current week.
Reverend Taylor delivers his message of the week, which typically lasts about twenty minutes.
The service closes as we recite the Prayer for Protection followed by “Let There Be Peace on Earth”.
(At this time, for everyone’s safety, we request that congregants do not sing.)
How long is the service?
Our service generally lasts about one hour. Prayer Chaplains are available for one-on-one prayer following the service.
What should I wear?
At Unity, you’ll see everything from dresses and suits to shorts. Wear whatever makes you feel comfortable. All are welcome here.
Is Children's Ministry available?
At this time, children’s ministry has been suspended due to Covid. We will announce when it will reopen.
What is Unity doing in response to Covid? Is everyone required to wear a mask?
Unity of the Palm Beaches has been following the guidance of experts in science and medicine regarding COVID precautions.
Palm Beach County’s COVID level is currently classified as HIGH by the CDC.
Therefore, masks are required in the building. We also strongly encourage you to keep a safe distance form each other.
We continue to monitor CDC Guidance and the Palm Beach County Covid Risk Level and will make changes accordingly.