Faith – The Infusion Project

The Infusion Project

Unity Christian’s ongoing desire to guide students towards a life lived by faith, with excellence, and for service led to the development of The Infusion Project. The Infusion Project’s primary objective is to lead students to know and to understand how every part of the Christ-followers life is viewed through the lens of Scripture.

Choosing to live a faith-infused life means glorifying God through a life of gratitude, submitting every part of life to His will, while extending God’s grace to the community. Christianity is not “what” a faith infused student is, instead it is “who” they are.

Much like a watercolor permanently changes the paper on which it is applied, the infusion of faith into the life of the believer allows them to fully embrace their identity as God’s child. It prepares them to engage the world through the only lens of truth, God’s Holy Word.

Every aspect of a Unity education is intentionally structured to give each student the opportunity to encounter Jesus daily. And, along with the work of the Holy Spirit, to lead students toward a faith-infused, lifetime commitment of service in all areas of life.

Throughout the year, our students have opportunities to hear from experienced speakers on key issues they are facing in their everyday lives in Chapel. We also plan community-wide Parent Nights throughout the year for parents to learn about and discuss relevant topics related to students. Information about Parent Nights can be found on our calendar.

Faith At Unity

The mission of Unity, to glorify God through faith, excellence and service, is achieved through our Christ-centered education. Each day teachers and students work together to increase one another’s faith, grow in knowledge, and seek to praise God.


Daily devotions are a meaningful part of each day at Unity. Through devotions, teachers provide opportunities for students to have personal encounters with God in every class. Prayer, Bible reading, and conversations about the intersection of faith and life are common pathways used to increase faith during devotional times. Additionally, every Friday morning extra time is provided during first period for teachers and students to spend time in classroom devotions. This extra time allows each teacher to personally engage students in a smaller group setting while also providing a lifetime model for personal devotions.


In addition to classroom instruction, students and staff come together for daily chapel—15 minutes of all-school prayer, devotions and singing. Students and staff spend many hours together in co-curricular activities where they practice, encourage, perform and celebrate God’s gifts.


Students meet for a time to do devotions and to pray for Unity students and staff.