Creating a win-win solution

Courtesty<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->The Rev. Connie Van Sant, Unity minister, and Fr. Phil Shaw from Trinity Episcopal Church.

Courtesty<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->The Rev. Connie Van Sant, Unity minister, and Fr. Phil Shaw from Trinity Episcopal Church.

KINGMAN - Unity of Kingman and Trinity Episcopal Church have joined together to create a win-win solution.

Unity is now leasing space from Trinity at 425 E. Spring St., which helps both organizations financially. Trinity's income is bolstered, while Unity has reduced its expenses by releasing their former rental on Beale Street.

Unity offers positive, practical spiritual teachings that empower abundant and meaningful living. Unity is part of the larger worldwide movement that publishes Daily Word, an inspirational daily prayer booklet, and the 120-year-old Silent Unity, a 24-hour prayer hotline. Trinity Episcopal Church is liturgical, Eucharistic and stewardship based, best viewed as a foundational aspect of the Christian life.

Trinity has a facility that can house over 100 people, and wanted to see their space used while they grow their own congregation. This is just one of the ways Trinity Episcopal is part of the solution to the world's problems on a local level.

"Trinity has been gracious and generous to our congregation. We can feel their warm and loving energy as we enter the building to set up for our Sunday service," comments the Rev. Connie Van Sant of Unity of Kingman.

Unity's Sunday service is now at 12:30 p.m., following Trinity's service at 10 a.m. The two organizations hope to join forces with some special projects to benefit the Kingman community. For more information about Unity call (928) 681-4262 or visit www.unityofkingman.org. For more information about Trinity, call (928) 753-5658.

You can receive prayer support from Silent Unity by calling (800) NOW-PRAY or log on to www.silentunity.org.