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The Unity Fellowship Church of Baltimore (UFCB) offers a Christian African American worship experience. Founded in November of  
2000, UFCB is a welcoming and inclusive church for people of all races, class backgrounds, genders, sexual orientations, gender identities,  
physical, psychological and emotional abilities and religious/spiritual backgrounds. We are dedicated to social justice and are committed to  
bridging gaps that have long caused separation, segregation, and oppression. We stand as beacon of hope for our communities. We are a  
bible-based church rooted in the philosophy of liberation theology. This belief calls everyone to value and respect the distinctive humanity  
and rights of all to access the divine through their lived experience. We feel it is our duty to work towards the eradication of all forms of  
oppression, through the Biblical principles of Love, Inspiration, Freedom and Empowerment (LIFE).

OUR VISION is to establish a place where everyone can be a part of an unconditional loving and caring church family. We want to  
provide a safe space that is open to all who want to worship in an atmosphere of love, acceptance, and respect while developing their  
personal and spiritual relationship with the “Divine Creator”.

OUR MISSION is to teach a 21st-century liberating gospel for people to meet “God” right where they are and inspire them to become  
what “God” would have them to be. We are committed to providing services that will bring comfort, guidance and empowerment through:

Inviting people to experience “God Anew”, through the preaching, and teaching of a liberated message
Comforting and praying with and for the distressed, sick, shut-in, the physically, psychological and emotionally challenged, and the  
Affirming and empowering the disavowed and disenfranchised
Advocating for the rights of the marginalized members of our communities
Loving and respecting all of “God’s” creation