Unity of Roanoke Valley is part of a worldwide movement dedicated to inspiring positive spiritual change, individually and in the world. Join us on YouTube for our Sunday Video Service and discover how empowered, fulfilled and free you can be! Just click on the Sunday Services tab for the links.
Sunday services at our church are powerful, positive, and fun! You’ll experience great music, friendly people, and the practical messages you hear will help you deal with the real-life issues facing you during the week.
Weddings, Christenings, Celebration of Life Services, and Home, Office and Pet Blessings, and more … all are among the ways we can support you in your desire to recognize and celebrate the spiritual dimensions of the passages in your life and the lives of your loved ones.
Inner Journey Gift & Bookstore provides one-stop shopping for all your gift and reading needs. Whether you are looking for the perfect gift for a birthday celebration or a large selection of spiritual, metaphysical and inspirational books, you won’t leave disappointed.
There will indeed be a harmonic convergence at both the Sunday, October 17th, 11:00 am service and the YouTube service! These services will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Unity Of Roanoke Valley and The Book of Joy by the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Former Unity Of Roanoke Valley ministers – including Revs. Linda Taylor, Ginny Roll, and Diane Scribner Clevenger (by video) – will join Rev. Dr. Rick Belous in this joyous celebration. Join us for a very special service on this very special Sunday!
October 12, 2021 I release my worries to Spirit and know that all is in Divine Order. My wife had recently died of cancer, and I was now the single parent of two daughters (one thirteen and another just two years old). I was only half a year into being…
October 5, 2021 The pandemic has pushed many things back. For example, I’ve been involved with several delayed funerals because of COVID-19. I know there have been many more traumatic experiences than what my 18-year-old daughter, Rachel, and I have experienced. But still, last year was a difficult one for…