The Unity congregation will have an opportunity to provide candidate feedback after both Sundays.
We encourage your participation!
Rev. Jill Carey is one of two candidates for our new senior minister position. She has been a guest speaker a number of times over the last nine months as we've conducted a minister search. Her talk this Sunday will give us another look at her style while she is under consideration as our permanent minister.
Following the service we'll enjoy a light lunch and then Rev. Jill will conduct a workshop: The Noble Art of Growing Up, Part 1: Putting God First. This time will provide a space for more personal interface with Jill along with a view into her approach to teaching. For more details about the workshop, click here.
Rev. Jill has served at churches in Austin and San Angelo, and was honored to be the senior minister of Unity Center, A Church of Positive Prayer in Austin for several years. She served for nine years on the Licensing and Ordination Ministry Team (now renamed) at Unity Village, in which she mentored and monitored the growth and progress of ministerial students through their educational process. Rev. Jill “semi-retired” in 2007 to spend more time with her family, husband Bill and twin sons Alex and David, and to return to a childhood love—riding horses!
By Rev. Ellen Debenport
I’ve been thinking for weeks about what to write in this final minister’s message.
I’m writing from beautiful Unity Village, where history hangs in the air.
The Twelve Powers are divine attributes hard-wired into every person.
We say this Prayer for Protection at the end of each Sunday service, affirming the divine within
These are the words of Charles Fillmore, who founded Unity with wife Myrtle in 1889.