Rev. Chris Jackson
Reverend Christopher H. Jackson is a third-generation Unity student with a lifetime of service in the worldwide Unity movement. He is former Executive Vice President of Unity‘s World Headquarters, where he served for twenty-six years until his retirement in 2001. Chris has been a keynote speaker at Unity events throughout the United States and in Europe and Mexico. His writings have been featured in Daily Word magazine and Unity Magazine and he is a contributing author to the book “New Thought for a New Millennium,” published by Unity House. He is the former minister of Unity of the Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach, Florida, and currently serves as Senior Minister at Unity on the Bay in Miami, Florida.
Rev. Juan del Hierro
Rev. Juan del Hierro serves as Associate Minister at Unity on the Bay. His calling is to that of sacred activism and his personal purpose statement is “to passionately and boldly awaken the human family.” He believes we have a sacred opportunity and responsibility to involve ourselves in social justice issues in order to more fully create a world that works for all. Rev. Juan has made Unity on the Bay one of the most well regarded progressive spiritual communities in Florida, involving it in issues such as homelessness, child poverty, civic engagement and equality for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. He and his husband, Tom, along with their then 3-year old son, Lucas, were part of the lawsuit that brought marriage equality to Florida in January of 2015. Rev. Juan has served on the Board of SAVE, the largest local LGBTQ rights organization and is past-Chair of Faith in the City, a coalition of Downtown Miami and surrounding area spiritual communities. His writings have been published by GLAAD and the Huffington Post. He has served the worldwide Unity Movement in a variety of capacities. He is currently on the Board of Directors of Unity World Headquarters, the home of the Unity Movement, including Silent Unity and Daily Word. In 2015 he received Congressional Recognition for his social justice work, along with SAVE’s Champion of Equality Award. In 2017 he was awarded the Local Hero Recognition at the Pink Flamingo Awards by a local chamber of commerce and in 2019 he was recognized as an Honoree at the No More Tears Awards Luncheon for his work in the community.
Rev. Bill Cameron