Dave Parker Photography | Unity Village

Unity Village

February 20, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Wow! Friday February 19th and we tied a record high of 74 degrees with sun and light clouds! I’ve lived in Kansas City most of my adult life and I have never visited Unity Village until this Spring-like Friday in Mid-February. I have to admit that I’ll be going back in a couple months for both day and night photos. This place is truly a treasure and I can’t believe I’ve not been on the property previously.

“In 1919 Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, founders of the Unity spiritual movement, bought 58 acres of land about 15 miles east of downtown Kansas City, MO. In the 1920’s Rickert Fillmore, son of the founders, designed Unity Village’s English Cotswold and Italian architecture. In 1953 the farm became the incorporated township Unity Village. Today, it’s the world headquarters of the Unity movement, which promotes a positive path for spiritual living through prayer, publishing and education.”

When the rose gardens are in bloom and the fountains are turned on, I will post more images of the property.

Please enjoy the slideshow of images and for more about Unity Village visit www.unityvillage.org.


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