JUNE 27  – Katherine McQuay Lewis

In addition to her day job with the federal government, Katherine McQuay Lewis is a motivational speaker, workshop facilitator, writer, and certified life coach. Her focus is on being your best self, and topics include “getting out of your own way,” “trying to be the person God would have you be,” and “staying in your own lane (which is difficult, but not impossible!)” She tries to practice these things in her own life, and occasionally succeeds. Her favorite place to speak is at Unity of Washington, DC.

JULY 4 – Rev. Dr. Charlette Stokes Manning

She has graced pulpits, stages, and corporations across the United States and abroad for over 25 years. Dr. Charlette has worked with such notables as, Marianne Williamson, Oprah Winfrey, Stedman Graham, Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, and Dr. Barbara King just to name a few.
Helping others achieve their dreams and goals has always been the driving force in her life and her signature speech “Don’t let your past defeat you, let it teach you” has given her audiences a clearer understanding that finding forgiveness is about YOU, and returning to love is the greatest gift you can give yourself.

JULY 11  &  AUGUST 1  –  Rev. Sandra Wayne Campbell

Rev. Sandra (Wayne) Campbell is Associate Minister at Unity Temple on the Plaza in Kansas City, Missouri. She is a 2012 graduate of Unity Urban Ministerial School and since 2017, she has been Executive Director of the School. Sandra serves on the Unity World Headquarters board of directors. In her ministry, Sandra facilitates the weekly Metaphysical Bible Interpretation Class, the Wednesday evening service, and the Courageous Conversations initiative which she started in 2016. She is a playwright and historical re-enactor with several awards and accolades for her performances and from her 42-year federal career from which she retired in 2012.

JULY 18  &  AUGUST 8  –  Rev. James Trapp

Rev. James Trapp, is an inspirational speaker and strategic advisor to individuals and organizations on Enlightened Leadership. He is currently the Senior Minister of Worship at Spiritual Life Center in Sacramento, California and President of Star Human Capital a consulting firm dedicated to applying Universal Spiritual Principles to inspire and instruct others to create their best lives and strategically improve their organizations.
He is former CEO of Unity Worldwide Ministries, the international association for Unity Churches that is dedicated to creating positive paths for spiritual living.
In addition to being an Ordained Unity Minister, James has a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Princeton University and a JD Degree from the University of Florida. He studied at the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies where he enhanced his proficiency for practicing and teaching Mindfulness Meditation. He is also a facilitator of compassionate communication and the appreciative inquiry method for organizational change.
He is inspired by his son, Jaelan Mandela Trapp, who is currently a Senior at Howard University.

JULY 25 & AUGUST 29  –  Rev. Sheryl McCullough

Rev. Sheryl McCullough, is a retired Human Resources Executive who currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer at Unity of Washington DC. Her general responsibilities include office administration, facility management, and various volunteer ministries. At Unity of Washington, DC she serves on the following ministries: Lay Leader (co-coordinator); Spiritual Counseling; Meditation; Worship Leader/Platform Assistant; Education for Life Committee; and the Church Re-opening Team. She has an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a Master of Science in Management with a specialization in Human Resource Management. She is credentialed as a Licensed Unity Teacher – certifying her as a spiritual leader equipped to support and serve a Unity Minister and ministry within Unity Worldwide Ministries. Sheryl is a lifelong Truth student beginning her journey in new thought teachings in 1977. Sheryl was ordained as an Interfaith Minister in 2017. Her motto is “Learning Never Ends;” to this end she enjoys engaging with others through teaching classes that enhances their personal, professional, and spiritual development. And to fulfill her own spiritual growth, she is pursuing a doctorate in Comparative Religion. Sheryl also has a passion for travelling the world.

AUGUST 15  –  Rev. Dr. Raymont Anderson

Rev. Dr. Raymont Anderson has been a lifelong learner with a passion for self-development, personal transformation, transmutation, and transfiguration, he lives his bliss as a teacher, American Sign Language interpreter and performing artist, Visual Artist, Author, Martial Artist, mentor, father, grandfather, and more.
His Personal Mission is: To live, move, and be an *A.C.T.I.V.E. member of society who serves to Educate, Elucidate, and Emancipate, people and communities to Awaken and Empower themselves. Through his service and through the Transformative Teachings, Technologies, and Practices of New Thought, these people and communities recognize, realize, and materialize their Full Divine Potential! *[Authentic, Compassionate, Transparent, Inspired, Vibrant, Empowered]
As a Licensed CSL minister, he currently serves as the Senior Minister of the Center for Spiritual Living Greater Baltimore, recently appointed CSL Diversity and Inclusion Commissioner and is part of the steering committee for the newly revised CSL World Ministry of Prayer.

AUGUST 22  –  Rev. James R. Watson

Rev. James Rodney Watson, celebrating his 17th year of ordained ministry, has been a member of Unity of Washington, DC since 2003. He is an active member with the Unity Choir, Ministerial Support, Lay Leadership, Worship Leader, co-chair of the Ushers & Greeters Ministry and was recently elected Vice-President of the Board of Trustees.
Prior to ordained ministry, Rev. James served from 1984 to 1995 on active duty with the United States Air Force as a Contract Specialist/Administrator at locations around the world.
He has been a member of Toastmasters and served as a Representative for the National Military Family Association. Rev. James is a member of the DC branch of the NAACP, where he has recently been appointed as chapter chaplain. Rev. James has been an active and supporting member of the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, DC, providing mentorship and academic leadership to high school age African-American young men of the greater Washington, DC region.
Rev. James is currently pursuing a Masters of Theological Studies at Wesley Theological Seminary.