Virtual Service at 10:30 AM. Why? COVID-19
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It is with deep affection and appreciation that we bid “adieu” to Daniel Abdon, our Music Director. He has taken a teaching position in Charleston, South Carolina at a new Waldorf School, and will be re-locating there by July 1, 2021. His last official service with us will be June 6, when we will say a formal “farewell" during the service. Daniel has been our Music Director since 2014 and has served our community with openness and grace. We will miss Daniel’s beautiful voice, his radiant smile, his leadership, and his kind and generous heart. We wish him the very best and send with him our most sincere prayers for a grand adventure!
Daniel Abdon, our Music Director previously was associated with Unity in the Heart for over ten years as a regular guest musician. Before that, Daniel booked guest music and directed the choir at Unity in the Valley, in Savage, MN. Daniel freelances as a private piano and voice teacher all over the greater Metro area, and works in the Early Childhood Music department at MacPhail Center for Music. Over the past twelve years, Daniel has also worked as a classroom teacher at all three Waldorf schools in the Twin Cities. In addition to his teaching roles, Daniel sings with an international music ministry vocal ensemble called S.T.A.R.S. (Singers Taking Action Reaching Souls.) Daniel holds a B.F.A. in Musical Theater from Webster University in St. Louis. Daniel can be contacted at email@example.com.
Dennis Curley, Pianist / Musician
At Unity in the Heart, we count ourselves blessed to have Dennis Curley as our regular Sunday accompanist and frequent soloist. Dennis is a native of Syracuse, NY, and a graduate of Northwestern University (Evanston, IL). A major player in the Twin City music scene, he is a gifted pianist and vocalist. He has composed, directed and performed in a wide variety of musical and theatrical productions ranging from the spiritual to the secular. Dennis has also taught musical improv classes for the Brave New Workshop and is co-founder and executive producer of Table Salt Productions. You can find the details of his musical and theatrical accomplishments at DennisCurley.com.
Stazi (Anderson) Godin, Youth Education Director & Sunday School Teacher
No Sunday school because of COVID-19 until further notice. (Our Sunday School program is offered each Sunday at 10:30 am.)
We are delighted to have as Youth Ed Director and Sunday School Teacher Stazi Godin. She teaches Sunday lessons. The classes are small assuring each child of one-on-one attention as they learn Unity ideas at a level appropriate for their age.
To access Past & Present Sunday Service Videos and Podcasts:
Go to Video List - Click on https://UnityintheHeart.org/uith-videos-starting-3-22-2020
Go to Podcast Sunday Service Talks - Click on https://UnityintheHeart.org/uith-podcasts-page
On June 13, 2021, we welcomed back people for In-person and Live Stream Sunday Service.
On June 6, 2021, we started Live Stream Sunday Services & said good-bye with deep affection and appreciation to Music Director Daniel Abdon after 7 years.
On November 1, 2020, we welcomed Rev. Raymond Nelson as our new permanent minister after a 3-year search.
On March 22, 2020, we began online virtual Sunday Services began as the COVID-19 pandemic quarantine began.
Before March 22, 2020, we only met in person and posted Sunday Service talks as podcasts.
On January 2020, we were blessed with several inspiring Guest Speakers, while we called our new minister,
Jan. 2018 to Dec. 2019, Rev. Sher McNeal was our Interim Minister - Thank-you for two great years.
2005-2017, Rev. Laurie Brandt served as our Permanent Minister. Thank-you for many years of great service.