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Rev Jim Fuller

We are delighted to welcome Rev. Jim Fuller back to Unity Albany as our Guest Speaker for Holy Week!

Rev. Jim was, of course, our beloved minister at Unity of Albany from 2003 to 2015. During his tenure in Albany, Jim “grew” our ministry in many ways, leading with wisdom, humor and prayer consciousness. These days he and his wife, Rev. Kay Fuller, hang out in their native Charlotte, North Carolina and regularly join us for our live-stream services.

Rev. Jim will offer the message for our Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday services, March 28 and April 4, 2021.

About Rev. Jim Fuller

Rev. Jim FullerHi I’m Jim, an ordained Unity Minister. I have lived in Charlotte, NC since 1975. I am a graduate of UNC-Greensboro and UNC-Charlotte. I worked here in the human services field for many years. In 1997 I received an inner nudge to “quit my job and start my ministry.” That was clearly a Divine Idea since it had not been anywhere on my mental radar before that day. Because I already had a strong connection with Unity I applied to the Unity seminary in Unity Village MO, located just outside Kansas City. After two years of prerequisite classes, Kay and I moved to the Kansas City area where I completed Unity’s two year seminary program and graduated in 2002. I then led the Unity Church in Albany NY until late 2015, another unplanned and inspired/inspiring life event. In 2015 I became aware that my work in Albany was complete. I supported the congregation there as they moved through the process of finding a new minister and in September of that year we took some time off to rest in San Diego. The Charlotte Spiritual Center is my current response to an inner pull to return “home” and continue sharing the spiritual teachings, tools and ideas that I have found to be healing, uplifting and practical for daily living.

 

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