Prayer-Chaplains

Prayer Chaplains

 

 Allan Mainous

Prayer Chaplain Coordinator   amainous@aol.com   709-4176

My Spiritual Journey began in the early 1980s. Living in Los Angles, I was blessed by having access to some of the greatest Spiritual Teachers of the day. For many years, I continued to do "the work" and follow my purpose here on Earth. My practice has qualified me to be a Unity Prayer Chaplin, and the high honor of serving the Unity community and you. Peace & Blessings

 

 

Martha Aivaz

Prayer Chaplain  481-1335

I was introduced to Unity in the late 1980’s.  I was hooked on the teachings of the Fillmore’s, co-founders of the Unity movement.  At Unity of Naples, FA I was a Sunday school teacher for five years.

In 1990, I moved back to San Luis Obispo county. Upon my arrival, I immediately became a member of San Luis Obispo Unity.  Served as a Sunday school teacher, graduated as a Licensed Unity teacher August 4, 1996.

In 1999, Patty Moralles, Therese Solimeno, and I co-founded Unity-Five Cities.  In approximately 2006, I retired as Spiritual Leader. Began serving as a Prayer Chaplain in 2016.

 

LaDawn Davis

Prayer Chaplain   ladawnd@gmail.com   757-7556

I came to Unity in 2002.  I was a Sunday School Teacher and Youth Education Director at Unity Santa Maria.  I attended Saturday morning classes to begin studying to become a Licensed Unity Teacher.

I am the Y.O.U. (Youth of Unity) Sponsor. When Camille turned 13 we sought out Unity again because she enjoys going to regional Youth of Unity events. By then we were living in Oceano, so we started attending Unity-Five Cities.  Camille is serving as a regional officer for the West Central Region Youth of Unity organization for 2017-2018 year. 

I have been attending the Way of Mastery study group and this is has really deepened my spiritual practice.

I enjoy serving as Prayer Chaplain for Unity-Five Cities.     

 

Tamara Snow

Prayer Chaplain   choosepeace2@yahoo.com  253-632-8204

Tamara is a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. She currently works at CMC in SLO, and continues to work in Bellevue, WA in a hospital for those who suffer from suicide/depression, traveling north monthly to spend time with her kids as well. She attended Unity of Edgewood and was a prayer chaplain for many years.

Tamera is a 200 yoga teacher register and teaches and lives a balance of work, play, and self-care. She says, “I am honored to be your new chaplain. Thank you for allowing me to serve you.”