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Imagine: the sound of the voices of the created, lifting their worship to The Creator–lifting their voices in varying dialects.
A miraculous shift takes place as the music moves through the air and worship is ignited through the harmonious sound of united praise in English, Samoan, Korean, Spanish, Indonesian, and a host of other languages. The purpose: to be one, as Jesus prayed, in John 17.
For more information, go to www.UnifiedByOne.com or call 732.78.UNITY (86489)

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According to the Scripture, Asher was one of the sons of Israel who was blessed to possess material goods; what would equate to modern day wealth. His name meant, “happy,” or “blessing”. According to scholarship in the classical rabbinical tradition, Asher also was a seeker of unity and one who consistently sought reconciliation between his brother.

With these ideas in mind, UnityOne conceptualized a program called the Asher Effect: a program to enable servants leaders the foundation needed to succeed through a three month entrepreneurial and business advisership with top thought and Christian leaders in the region. For each advisee, the program focuses on three things:

  • Shared resources and ideas through a person-to-person leadership training.
  • Advisership on effective social impact
  • Creating and executing a sustainable entrepreneurial program

For more information on the Asher Effect, email ashereffect@unifiedbyone.com.

Unity One
November 2012 ~ Many languages, One God.

John 17v23 “…That they may be one…”


November 16th, 2012 – The next Unity One Worship Experience!


The atmosphere of our hearts have been set. We expect a move of God. On November 16th, Unity One will have their annual Unity One Worship Concert Experience with songs from the body of Christ all across the globe. This will be a Unity One Worship Experience like none other.

Lift your voice in worship with an ethnically diverse community of worshipers from numerous congregations for the Unity One anniversary worship concert experience on November 16th, 2012.
Tickets for Unity One are free, so get your tickets today!
(If you would like to make a donation to Unity One, you can do so by clicking here)
This year will feature songs in Russian, English, Sotho (one of many South African languages), Korean, Spanish, and more. You will definitely want to join us on November 16th, 2012 for this dynamic worship concert.


::Keeping up with Unity One::
You can find Unity One on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Vimeo as unityoneonline.
Also, you can sign up for the Unity One mailing list by clicking here.
We’ll see you in November!


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