Unity Way Church Outreach Programs include:
Interfaith Community Services
The last Sunday of every month is Interfaith Sunday, when congregants bring non-perishable food, pet food and supplies and personal items for delivery to Interfaith. Interfaith is an organization that helps out in the community in many ways, from providing food and shelter to people in need to helping seniors and at-risk youth with their lives.
Our Green Team each year participates in a yearly beach cleanup, eliminating harmful waste from one of our local beaches. This team also has a display table at Vista Farmers market several times throughout the year, with educational materials and products to raise public awareness of how easy, affordable and convenient it is to have a more earth-friendly lifestyle.
Christmas Gift to the Community
Every year, Women of Unity raise money to give to one or more worthy organizations to help make the Christmas season better for those they serve. Past gifts have gone to Camp Pendleton YMCA, and, more recently, Interfaith Community Services.
Every year, preceding the beginning of the school year, Unity Way Church congregants buy or donate monetarily to this project, which has benefited local elementary school students and non-profit organizations. Each year we give an average of 70 backpacks filled with school supplies for distribution to those children whose families cannot afford these items.