Membership Votes to Sell Property and Relocate
June 4, 2015, has become an auspicious date in the near 90-year history of Unity on the Bay.
In a gathering of more than 120 members on that evening, a vast majority of those present voted to pursue the sale of our current site in Edgewater in favor of establishing a new, state-of-the-art home for our ministry at another location.
This represents a new era for our spiritual community, along with the possibility of providing more expansive service now and for decades to come. Our new property will be large enough to accommodate the dreams established in our Strategic Plan developed nearly two years ago.
There is great power in collective vision, and we are grateful for and proud of the spiritual maturity demonstrated by our members in arriving at this historic moment.
It was especially heartwarming to be blessed in the meeting by the presence of Rev. Bill Cameron and his wife, Dori, who shared their support of the plan. The Camerons were pivotal in helping to maintain our current site during some challenging times. We celebrate the many dedicated souls who, over the years, kept Unity on the Bay alive and thriving.
With due respect and appreciation for the countless hours invested in the property development project by our Board of Trustees, staff and devoted Sacred Servers, we are fully aware that our work has just begun.