Dear Unity of Charlottesville Members and Friends,
At today’s Sunday service, I shared with the congregation that after
twenty years of service at Unity of Charlottesville, I will be stepping
down as co-minister of Unity of Charlottesville on October 31st, 2021.
My decision was made based on guidance from Spirit that my work at
UOC is complete and that I’ve done all that is mine to do here.
I love this community and I love the ministry that I have poured my
heart into for the past twenty years. As you can imagine, listening to
inner guidance in this case has been a bittersweet process. I love you
and will deeply miss you all.
I also want you to know that Rev. Don will be staying on as senior
minister with the support of your board of trustees. I want you to
know that our relationship, Don’s and mine, is as strong as ever and
growing in love every day.
My hope is that in the coming two months, there will be ample time to
say our goodbyes and share virtual hugs. I will be setting up some
special times for small group gatherings for those who wish to be in
communication with me at this time to share our feelings and
thoughts, our wishes, and memories.
I ask for your prayers and support for Rev. Don and your board of
trustees as they lovingly continue the work of this ministry to the
wonderful and unforeseen opportunities that lie ahead for each one of
you, and Unity of Charlottesville.
It has been my honor, privilege, and joy to serve this beloved
community and I know that your wonderful future is assured.
With deep love, gratitude, and appreciation,