You’ll often hear Kevan say he has the world’s shortest job description: “help people see Jesus.” Kevan’s passion is to lead disciples in seeing what Jesus is doing in the world, get involved in Jesus' work, and tell those stories to invite others to participate with us. When he isn’t sharing good news of Jesus, then he’s likely evangelizing for Chipotle or Rusted Root . . . not that these are mutually exclusive.
Director of Operations & Ministry
Abundance is the main word in Peggy’s vocabulary and she is called to help disciples of Jesus see the abundance God provides in life. As the Director of Operations and Ministry, Peggy has oversight of property and ministry and thus her vision of this abundance translates to everything from ant hills and broken floor tiles to financial abundance with the oversight of the stewardship committee and Financial Peace University ministry.
Director of Outreach & Faith Mentoring
Scott comes from a background of television news, and knows a good story. Unity has one, and Scott has been called by God to be a part of it. At the church, he helps others see God's presence in the world and discern what he might be calling them to do in the lives of those around them. Scott finds joy and peace through bringing people together around food, creativity, and justice to grow in community through the Spirit. If there's football on a television, Scott will find a way to watch it...especially if it involves the Bears, UCLA, or Ohio State.
Pastoral Ministry Intern
Missy, a recent college graduate, is ecstatic to be back at Unity as the 2017-2018 ministry intern after serving here with Youthworks during the summer of 2015. She is slowly unlearning what the world has taught her about who she is and is not, and is learning to embrace her true identity as a child of God and a disciple of Jesus. In doing so, Missy is learning how to be a human being, rather than a human doer, as she allows the Holy Spirit to work through her - an imperfect vessel. She loves Latin America, learning languages, and finding the marvelous (Jesus) in the seemingly-mundane.