Sacred Activism invites us to awaken to both our highest spiritual selves and to the current experience of the world around us. From an awareness of Oneness, we put into practice our highest values of love and service. We therefore approach social justice as a spiritual practice as we endeavor to help create a world that works for everyone.

If you would like to get involved please contact either Rev. Rosemary at or Rev. Victoria at .


Getting Out the Vote!

You don't have to be a member of this group to participate. We encourage you all to pick an activity from the list below and follow as you are guided by inner wisdom.

League of Women Voters

The League of Women Voters created a national website with voting information such as; locations for early voting, how to request a mail-in ballot, the link to State Board of Elections to confirm your registration and much more.  Feel free to share this website with family and friends.

Make Phone Calls

Let people know about the upcoming election.  You'll need a computer and a phone.  Instructions will be sent to you.

Contact your NC Senators

Request that they pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.

Thom Tillis        202-224-6342
Richard Burr     202-224-3154

Write Letters

Write letters to voters in swing states via "Vote Forward" OR "The Sierra Club"

You can download the letter templates that will be sent to you, make copies, and add a handwritten message (one or two sentences).  After signing up, they will e-mail you on how to get started.

NAACP Voter Engagement Phone Banking

Daily from 9:30am to  8pm.  Training Webinar INFORMATION

Another resource you may use is the Chapel Hill/Carrboro NAACP at  Chapel Hill Carrboro NAACP


This award winning documentary may be of interest.  It chronicles the struggle of voting rights. 

 Watch Let the People Decide

Four Pillars of Sacred Activism

The Sacred Activism Pillars at Unity Center of Peace are:

  1. Awareness: Expanding our awareness about social justice issues through the lens of Sacred Activism (growth through education, service, and spirit.)
  2. Communication: Communicating with each other and our community, and creating opportunities to connect and learn from each other about social justice issues.
  3. Action: Taking loving action in response to the group’s Spiritual guidance.
  4. Prayer: Holding all people, places and situations in prayer and intention.