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A Positive Path For Spiritual Living

Love Goes Beyond the Walls

Unity Transformation intends to make a positive difference in our local and global communities. Several times a year our church family takes on an outreach project to extend our love beyond the walls. We invite you to take a look at our current & past projects.

First & Second Quarter 2020

We provided meals for Family Promise homeless families.


Click here to learn about Family Promise program from a past Unity magazine.


This program facilitates homeless families with children reentering the work force and transforming their lives.

Fourth Quarter 2019

We participated in two projects. Once again we gave gifts to Harmony Family Center to go to foster children across the state of Tennessee. Also, our Youth of Unity provide stuffed animals to Knoxville charities at Christmas

Third Quarter 2019

We provided backpacks with school supplies for Knoxville refugee children.

Third Quarter 2015

Tiva Water Knoxville, TN

We supported Knoxville based TIVA water that provides

Clean Water for a Thirsty World.

We purchased three water filters for families in Uganda.

This filter has gone to the family of Robinah Nabuma.

She has 5 in her household.

She is a maize farmer and earns about $40 per month seasonally.

She is grateful that this filter will protect them from the swamp water they have been using. She has not been able to afford to treat her children when they have gotten sick from the water. Now they will enjoy better health.

This filter has gone to the family of Sarah Nalubowa.

She has 6 in her household. She is a food vendor and earns about $30 per month.

She is very happy to have this filter.

They have been drinking lake water which is very contaminated.

She is happy her children will no longer suffer from typhoid.  

This filter has gone to the family of Leo Nabatazi.

She has 9 in her household.

She trades second hand clothes and earns about $40 quarterly.

She is happy that her grandchildren will be able to have clean water without boiling.

Second Quarter 2015

A Hand Up for Women Knoxville, TN

We donated items to A Hand Up for Women,

a Knoxville-based organization

that helps women retrain and rebuild their lives.