The Transition Team will assure that Unity Center of Miami continues to serve its congregants uninterrupted during this time of transition to a new senior minister. We are the coordinating element to make certain weekly worship services, annual services and events, guest speakers, and workshops, as well as the regular daily functioning of Unity Center of Miami takes place The Transition Team Will:
"For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)
During the Transition the Board of Trustees Will:
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The Search Committee will have responsibility for developing and following a systematic and prayerful process to help Unity Center of Miami find a minister whose spiritual gifts will help the Church fulfill its mission of “teaching, empowering, and supporting adults and children in the transformation of their lives through their oneness with God.”
Search Committee Key Components:
Board of Trustees: (in order from left to right) Marvelle McIntyre-Hall (President), Greg Simpson (Vice President), Yoland Scott, Jeff Ball, Jackie Johns, and Preston Cowvins.Type your paragraph here.
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Transition Team Members (In order left to right): Jackie Johns, Melba Ceballos, Carla Forbes, Israel Bernal, Mamie Spring (Chair), and Norma Hill.
Together We Affirm:
“One with God, one with each other, we go forth to fulfill our mission in the world.”
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Committee Members (Left to Right): Mervyn Jackman, Donnie Davis, Pam Chin, Jeffrey Ball, Gerri Rocker (chair), Shauna Edwards, and Denise CandelarioType your paragraph here.
Rev. Deborah Montoya, Associate Minister
During the transition, Rev. Montoya will receive and disseminate information from Unity Worldwide Ministries to keep our church up-to-date on important information from Unity Village, and assure our continuing alignment with Unity policies and procedures.
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