Classes & Activities

Unity of the Valley offers beautiful spaces for Classes as well as MemorialsWeddingsand other functions. Click here for more information and call our office for availability: 952-895-0745. g

If you have an idea for a group, course, or class and/or want to lead one, please contact Rev. Laurie Brandt at

Check back often for new classes and activities. Thanks for visiting!    



TUESDAYS, 11:00-11:30 a.m., free

The Meditation Room, led by a Prayer Chaplain

This meditation is the same one happening concurrently at Unity Village. It alternates affirmative prayer and silence.



Join us as we read and discuss Eckhardt Tolle's Book ~ A New Earth, Awakening to your Life's Purpose.  Awareness is the greatest agent for change!

Come for a lively discussion on the ideas presented in this book. This is great way to challenge your thinking, get to know others and create wonderful fulfilling bonds.  Facilitated by Pam Carlson and Michelle Murchison

Thursday, October 3 - November 21 from 6:30 - 8:00 PM




It is imperative in this world today we come together to bring about something new that supports all people.  We are inviting you to join us in a CONSCIOUSNESS RAISING INITIATIVE, as we gather together we  can assist in shifting the Collective Consciousness.

This initiative is to give you a voice, support, and a place to participate in making the world a better place for all people. This is an open forum, a discussion group, a collaborative and place to share ideas, to get involved, to find resources and brainstorm new ways.

If you feel you are part of the new consciousness, the consciousness of Unity, Oneness, and Love. Please join us.

First meeting will be at Unity of the Valley, 4011 West Highway 13, Savage, MN  55378 future meetings.

Meetings are 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the Month. No Meeting on November 27 or December 25.

Thanks in advance for all you do. You are truly a brave, courageous soul and you are needed now!


“Save the Date! The Unity of the Valley Spiritual Center’s Annual SnoDazzle will be held on Friday December 13th, 2019 at the lovely Crystal Lake Golf Club. The fun & festivities will begin at 6:30 PM. Tickets will be available for purchase after Sunday Services starting October 13th.  Be sure to check back at the Buzz and in the Sunday Service Announcements for more details. We are excited to celebrate the holidays with all of you; there will be cocktails, musical entertainment, dinner, dancing and more!”



In the tradition of AA, which has helped millions of people achieve and maintain sobriety over the years, now there is Opiates Anonymous.  OA is the first 12-step-based group in the state of Minnesota offering help and support for anyone with a desire to stop using opiates and all other mind altering substances.  Unity of the Valley Spiritual Center is honored to help launch OA in Minnesota and to host OA meetings.

If you think that you may have a problem with opiates or other mind altering substances, attending one of our meetings may help you decide if you are an addict. If you want to tap into help and support from people and a program with proven success, this is the place for you.  No sign up or registration is needed.  Just show up at 7 pm on Sunday evenings.



PLEASE NOTE: Some courses or groups are closed to new students after a couple of sessions for the sake of study or group continuity and coherence. We currently have the following classes or groups that fit this category and hence are not on the calendar: A Course of Love (ACOL), Monday 12-week Prayer of Transformation Group (an 11:30 a.m. Sunday group will start in the fall).

If you're interested in one of these courses or groups, you may call the Center at 952-895-0745 and leave your name and email and interest(s) and we will contact you if the course or class is repeated or the group opens up. Anyone is free to start a new Master Mind group or a new study group of ACIM or ACOL if they wish to promote and facilitate it.

If you have an idea for a group, course, or class and/or want to lead one, please contact Rev. Laurie Brandt at