Unification Church

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600 E Grand Ave Chicago, IL

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I had heard of Rev. Moon thanks to a large one page his church took out in the Tribune where he is compared favorably to Buddha, Muhammad, Jesus, and other religious figures. Wow! I thought. Usually that happens when saintly figures and prophets are dead for a while. But with Rev. Moon, it must be different: he is still alive! Seems he must be a very important person.
The house the church occupies is lovely and colonial in aspect. The Church members seemed untroubled, happy souls. They do not like to be called 'Moonies'! So don't call them that if you come and visit. They see it as a pejorative.
One thing that struck me was that the place was so clean. I asked them if they hire themselves out to clean apartments (I am some slob!), but they said they do not. Apparently, they make a lot of money on importing sushi and do not need the added income. A shame.
I would recommend stopping in. They might feed you. If you are sick of the crap that the Krishnas give you, that tasteless paste, then maybe the Unification Church would be for you. I asked if Rev. Moon was there so I could talk to him about him being the Messiah and stuff, but they said that he is very busy and only comes by when he finds the time.
Thank you Unification Church! Thank you for reading this! Thank you for being against Communism!

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I had heard of Rev. Moon thanks to a large one page his church took out in the Tribune where he is compared favorably to Buddha, Muhammad, Jesus, and other religious figures. Wow! I thought. Usually that happens when saintly figures and prophets are dead for a while. But with Rev. Moon, it must be different: he is still alive! Seems he must be a very important person.
The house the church occupies is lovely and colonial in aspect. The Church members seemed untroubled, happy souls. They do not like to be called 'Moonies'! So don't call them that if you come and visit. They see it as a pejorative.
One thing that struck me was that the place was so clean. I asked them if they hire themselves out to clean apartments (I am some slob!), but they said they do not. Apparently, they make a lot of money on importing sushi and do not need the added income. A shame.
I would recommend stopping in. They might feed you. If you are sick of the crap that the Krishnas give you, that tasteless paste, then maybe the Unification Church would be for you. I asked if Rev. Moon was there so I could talk to him about him being the Messiah and stuff, but they said that he is very busy and only comes by when he finds the time.
Thank you Unification Church! Thank you for reading this! Thank you for being against Communism!

Pros: proactive stance on religion

Cons: The film 'Inchon'

 

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