What is Unity Build?

Unity Build is a community and multi-faith collaboration that brings together groups of all types to join one another in the spirit of unity, love, and faith in action. Unity Build provides an opportunity for faith communities of all denominations throughout San Diego County to come together and build as one, united by the notion that we are more similar than we are different and that we each have a role to play in ensuring all of our neighbors have access to a safe, stable, and healthy place to call home.

Why Unity Build?

It is more important than ever to do what we can to build a community in which a decent place to live is a human right. Unity Build allows us to raise our collective voices to create awareness of the need for housing solutions now, and to build interfaith understanding within our communities and our hearts.

Messages from our Unity Wall:

“Dear God, please bless these homes and all who will live in them. Help them to find peace, love, joy, laughter, and community with their neighbors. We ask this in Jesus’ name. Amen.”
University City United Church
“In the spirit of unity, love, and faith in action, may all those who live here be blessed with laughter, love, happiness, prosperity, and an abundance of all good things.”
The Unity Center

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Event Recap

November 2020 • 7 faith communities • 13 messages contributed

In November 2020, we came together virtually for a moment of togetherness and reflection on why housing is important to all, no matter our faith.

We also invited faith groups to share prayers and intentions of good will, unity, and hope, on the “Unity Wall” of one of our Habitat homes in Encinitas — which will be shared with the homeowner who purchases the home — and in a video that was shared in our community (see right).