May 17th Leadership Event: Diversity | Grief

Free to attend, CEUs available

May 17th from 9:00 – 3:00 PM via Zoom

MORNING SESSION

Rev. Jim Lee and his wife Lisa from Unity of Las Vegas will lead us through insights about diversity – available for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) with Unity Worldwide Ministries (UWM).

AFTERNOON SESSION

Sue Frederick will present a workshop on grief in ministry, which includes our own grief as well as working with grief in our congregations.


There will be no charge for this event. This is a gift from the Unity Southwest Region Board in a time when we could all use greater connection. All leaders in Unity centers are invited to attend.

Rev. Jim Lee & Lisa Lee, LUT

Diversity Inside Out


Prior to entering the ministry, Jim Lee was a successful National Marketing Representative with IBM. His mission for transforming lives began in 1986 with his position as Executive Director of Youth at Risk where he served the needs of inner-city youth.Inspired to pursue ministry, he completed Unity School for Religious Studies in 1994 and subsequently serviced on the Board of Trustees for Unity Worldwide Ministries including the role of chair for one year.


Lisa Lee was the Director of Youth Ministry and Adult Education at Renaissance Unity for over 15 years. She presented the “Spirit’s HeArt” workshop at the 2012 National Unity Conference on the role of the arts in spiritual development. She became a Certified Spiritual Educator and a Licensed Unity Teacher in 2013.


Workshop Description

In a world where the tension between differences is at its height, it is clear that the transcendence of separation is the major quest of the 21st century spiritual worker. As individualized expressions of the Divine, we are learning to integrate our uniqueness with oneness and to appreciate and honor a multi-textured nature of unity over the safety of sameness. The true essence of community can be found in our capacity to meet each other at depth beyond tolerance, transcending yet including our personal opinions and beliefs.


This workshop approaches diversity from the inside out, beginning with relating effectively with “the other” within. Through discussion, the power of story and spiritual practices, we will create an inclusive foundation for reaching across the great divides present in our culture today and develop new capacities for being spiritual ambassadors of compassion, peace, and true communion.

Visit them at Unity Las Vegas.org

Sue Frederick Grief Shifting: Opening the heart for healing and connection
Sue Frederick is a third year Unity Ministerial student, and author of several books. As a spiritual intuitive coach and master numerologist she’s taught hundreds of workshops for grieving people; and for those who seek a new story; a new view of their challenges and gifts.


Her work has been featured in the New York Times, CNN.com, Real Simple, Yoga Journal, Natural Health and Complete Woman Magazines.


Her workshop venues include Omega Institute, Naropa University, Shambhala Mountain Center, Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, New York Open Center, and Loyola University.


Workshop Description

2020 has rocked our worlds: You and your congregants may be grieving a loved one or a lifestyle. Let’s come together in this online grief-shifting class. We’ll share stories, experience meditations that open the heart; connect to departed loved ones or to our inner God Consciousness for guidance. You’ll feel what you need to feel to heal – and ultimately embrace your soul’s great mission moving forward. Your loss is meant to fuel your greatest work and Sue Frederick is a master at illuminating that process.


Including:-Meditations and sacred practices for direct conversations with your departed or your inner God Consciousness-Sacred practices to feel and release the pain of grief-A deep exploration of soul agreements, soul missions & using our pain as fuel-How to receive written messages from your departed or your higher self-Ways to quiet the mind to hear inner wisdom-How to find purpose in your life and career after devastating loss.

Learn more at Sue Frederick.com