This Year's Prayers are based on The Twelve Powers
Faith | Strength | Wisdom | Love | Power | Imagination | Understanding | Will | Order | Zeal | Release | Life
THIS MONTH'S PRAYER AFFIRMATION
Prayer and Affirmations - March and April
The point of power is always in the present moment.
Prayer Chaplain Team
Deb has been a Unity member
RAISSA KATONA BENNETT
Raissa has been a Unity member since 2005, a Chaplain and Platform Assistant at UCN, a Reiki Master and Vibrational Sound Massage Practitioner. A professional actress/singer, she is a regular soloist at Unity Center.
Maria has been a member of Unity since 1999. She is currently a platform assistant for Sunday service and is a member of Joyful Noise choir. Maria served on the board of trustees at Unity from 2014 to 2020. She studied the Pathwork lectures and is a trained 50/50 Pathwork helper. Currently she is an assistant professor of Nursing at Columbia University in the doctoral midwifery program. Prior to teaching she was a practicing midwife for 32 years. She is a singer and has performed in various venues in NYC & Norwalk.
REV. THERESA CRISCI
Theresa is an ordained Interfaith Minister. She is also a Licensed Unity Teacher. She was on the Board as Treasurer for Unity of Norwalk for 4 years, has been Platform Assistant since 2012 and served as a volunteer in many positions.
REV. KRISTA ERICKSON
(Minister of Religious Science)
Krista, a lifelong spiritual seeker, attended seminary at Emerson Theological Institute and became a Minister of Religious Science in 2019. She is also a Reiki Master and completed a 3 year apprenticeship in the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition of Peruvian Shamanism. She joined Unity Center of Norwalk after moving from the west coast with her family and has enjoyed volunteering in whichever way she can.
Michelle has been a Unity member since Febuary 2015 and a member of the Joyful Noise Choir. She is a practicing Licensed Massage Therapist and Licensed Clinical social Worker. Michelle’s life focus is to serve others, so they may remember their innate potential.
On her free time, she practices Vipassana meditation, paints and plays with her grandchildren.
REV. JOHN VALENTINE
He has served as an altar boy in his first church to becoming a youth leadership trainee at twelve in his next church. He was appointed as the administrator of the “Teens and Twenties” youth ministry before even reaching high school. From there his spiritual commitments evolved into many different roles including head sound and lighting technical director, Worship Team backup singer and small group leader. In adulthood he took on roles such as: Youth Retreat coordinator, topical speaker and individual prayer worker/counselor and ultimately youth minister.