man on mountaintopUnity of the Black Hills is home to many who are seeking a deeper relationship with Spirit. It is also a place to make life-long friends who are supportive of you on your own unique spiritual journey.

We pride ourselves on being a friendly, all-inclusive community that offers a positive, practical, everyday spiritual message. At Unity of the Black Hills, we are open to and accepting of all faiths, and we encourage individuals, families and people of all denominations to join us in celebrating the Divinity within themselves and within others.

We celebrate, honor, and affirm the divine presence in every person, and we celebrate our oneness with Spirit.

We teach the transformational principles of love, prayer and meditation, forgiveness, peace and responsibility, and we celebrate the many paths to God.

Our services are designed to support each person’s experience of the Christ presence within.

We have resumed in-person services at our sanctuary.

Mask-wearing is optional at Unity of the Back Hills. We are providing you with the following information to keep you informed. We respect each person’s right to decide whether to mask or not.

Rapid City currently is in a period of high community spread of Covid-19. BA.5 is the major variant now in circulation. It is highly contagious and different enough from the original strain (which the vaccines were made to fight) that neither vaccines nor natural immunity are a guarantee against infection. However, serious illness is still much less likely in the vaccinated and in those who previously have had Covid.

Potlucks are back – occurring the last Sunday of every month.

There is a virus-killing light attached to the furnace for extra safety. Please be patient as we find our new way with COVID still a factor. Services on Zoom will continue for those who cannot attend in-person. Anyone can join us at 10 a.m. on Sundays here: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/9514352609. The password is: 252867.

Thank you for visiting our site. We invite you to join us in celebration this Sunday.


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