About Unity Church in Albany

This is a spiritual home to many who are seeking
a deeper relationship with Spirit. Our services are designed to support each person’s experience of the Christ presence within. It is also a place to make life-long friends who are supportive of you on your own unique spiritual journey.

Unity Church in Albany is a friendly, all-inclusive community that offers a positive, practical, everyday spiritual message. We are open to and accepting of all faiths, and we encourage individuals, families and people of all denominations to join us in celebrating the Divinity within themselves and within others.

We would love to have you join us in any of our 3 Sunday celebrations, workshops, classes and any of the many other events that we hold.

Our Mission Statement

“The mission of Unity Church in Albany is to awaken to and embrace the Christ in all persons through prayer and service.”



Sunday Services: 9 & 11 am & 6 pm
Summer Sunday Services: 10 am and 6 pm

Meet the Minister

In June of 2006, I graduated from Unity Institute and was ordained a minister by Unity Worldwide Ministries. Upon ordination, and with the strong desire to teach Unity principles to young adults, I created the internet ministry, Unity Community for Spiritual Unfoldment (UCSU). As the founding minister of (UCSU), I gained extensive experience about how to create all the varied components of a ministry. UCSU dissolved in 2011, While working with UCSU, I enjoyed the opportunity it granted me to be a regular guest speaker at churches in Kansas and Missouri.

My involvement at UCSU prepared me for my position as the interim minister, of Unity Church of Peace: Practical Spirituality (UCP) in Jefferson City, Missouri in 2011 and 2014 -15. After many years of guest speaking and being an interim minister, I realized that it was time for me to search for a ministry where I could provide spiritual leadership for congregants in ways that were not always possible with an Internet ministry nor as an interim minister. I found that ministry and on January 1, 2016 I became the Senior Minister of this wonderful church, Unity Church in Albany.

In addition to being a Unity minister, I am twice ordained as a Zen Buddhist monk: bodhisattva and bhiksuni, and have served as a dharma teacher for Dharmakaya Buddhist Association in Kansas City, MO.