West Palm Beach, FL, March 22, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Unity of the Palm Beaches’ Board of Trustees has announced the selection of Rev. Taylor E. Stevens as the church’s new senior minister. Rev. Stevens is a congregation favorite, having served as guest speaker on a regular basis. His first official Sunday service as senior minister is on March 23 at 11 a.m.
“Rev. Stevens’ brings a very high level of energy and enthusiasm to our Sunday program,” said Bill Aaronson, president of the church’s Board of Trustees. “His talks are so spiritually uplifting and engaging that they continue to inspire me for days after the service.”
Ordained as an interfaith minister by the New Seminary in 1996, Rev. Stevens is a nationally-known New Thought lecturer and author, former executive director of The Lake Worth Interfaith Network, founder of the Interfaith Collective of Palm Beach County and served as minister at Palm Beach Center for Living.
Rev. Stevens’ full biography is available at www.unitypalmbeach.com/meet-our-new-minister
Unity of the Palm Beaches is located in the Temple Israel building at 1901 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. Parking and entrance are behind the building on Pine Street.
Founded in 1889, Unity offers practical, spiritual teachings that empower abundant and meaningful living. Unity of the Palm Beaches, established in West Palm Beach in 1953, helps people of all faiths apply positive spiritual principles in their daily lives. Sunday services are at 11 AM. A variety of spiritual education programs and workshops are also available.
For more information visit www.unitypalmbeach.com or call the office at 561-833-6483.