Senior Minister/Spiritual Leader
To be a part of a heart centered Church/Center and surrounding spiritual community where the gifts given to me by Spirit instill, inspire, and motivate people to be more and give more.
To strive to be the best that they can be . . . one heartbeat and baby step at a time.
To provide a welcome, safe, “Circle of Love”. Where all individuals care and support each other while at the same time experience uplifting, life supporting, spiritual growth for themselves, family, friends, community and the world at large.
Her Leadership Style
“Leaders Eat Last,” but lead by example. I believe that God is at the top, in the center, in and around and through all beings.
The Minister, Board, Staff and Prayer Partners, the congregants, the volunteers, are all equal… no one is at the top, except The Creator. From there we all move in and through expressing uniquely as the One.
I’ve been attending Unity since 2013. I was seeking New Thought events in nearby cities and discovered Sheboygan had a spiritual center that matched my beliefs.
Unity has many opportunities to connect with likeminded people and they have the best music in town for the Sunday morning services.
The Unity community has given me an excellent opportunity to learn, grow, and find more joy in my life.
The Unity Spiritual Philosophy truly resonates with my own personal belief system.
We have the power to reach our to others with love and kindness. We are the essence of God - we are so blessed to be so,
and this blessing is an incredible gift.
Dr. Tom Kloiber
I have been a member of Unity for 37 years and have served on the Board several times, having held most Board positions.
I have volunteered as an usher, platform chair, speaker, and grounds maintenance.
I have been attending Unity since 2002. I have also been involved with environmental activities and social justice causes.
I also facilitate the Unity Men's Breakfast which is the second Saturday of each month.
I have been attending Unity since 2005. Prior to Unity, I attended Wesley United Methodist Church. I had been working
with Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) and Reconciling Ministries (a national group dedicated to
removing discrimination from the Methodist policies against the LGBTQ community). In 2005, I became disillusioned with the Methodist church
and left. I then found Unity where sexual orientation is not an issue. I recognize a correlation between sexual orientation, spiritual beliefs, and political ideologies.