I am not a member of Unity, but my late wife had been before she found Eckankar, and she loved this place.
So when she passed we used the space for her memorial service. It worked out beautifully.
It is a great facility. The main auditorium seats several hundred, and there is a kitchen and dining room downstairs, and a bookstore which is now affiliated with Transitions.
Working with the folks here was a real pleasure. The sound man did a great job making all the musicians sound good, and he produced a perfect tape of the event on the spot.