UWM Representatives

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Rev. Brendalyn Batchelor (Regional Representative)

regionalrepresentative@unitysouthcentral.org

Rev. Brendalyn Batchelor, M.A., LPC, has served as Senior Minister of Unity Santa Fe, New Mexico, since December 1994. She was ordained in February 2000 through the Field Licensing Program. She has a master’s degree in Counseling from the University of New Mexico and a Bachelor’s in General Studies from Chaminade University of Honolulu. Prior to ministry, Brendalyn worked as an Employee Assistance Counselor, Health Case Manager, and Employee Relations Specialist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. She has extensive federal service human resources and related investigative experience which uniquely qualified her to serve for 7 years as the Chair of the Credentialed Leader/Ministry Review Team for Unity Worldwide Ministries.

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Dr. Nancy Little, lut (LUT presentative)

lutrepresentative@unitysouthcentral.org

Dr. Nancy Little began her Unity journey at Unity of Dallas in 1993, serving consistently in leadership roles such as Board Member, Prayer Chaplain Coordinator, Platform Assistant; and Education Design Team. In 2012, Nancy served Unity Church of Hawaii during an eight-month internship, fueling her passion to share the Aloha message.

In 2014, Nancy conceived Unity Spirit of Aloha and received formal approval from Unity Worldwide Ministries to operate as an Alternative Unity Ministry. Drawing from the ancient wisdom teachings of Hawai’i, Nancy shares the Spirit of Aloha by offering Sunday messages, workshops, and training events at spiritual communities in the United States and Canada. Read more…

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Rev. Sondra von Gyllenband
(Judicatory Representative)

ethics@unitysouthcentral.org

Rev. Sondra began her Unity journey in the Virgin Islands where she studied with a few other members of a book group. Later moving to Texas, Sondra became involved at Unity of Austin. She became a Licensed Unity Teacher in 1990. She taught classes at Unity of Austin and spoke at small churches around Texas.

Sondra became the Spiritual Leader of Unity of San Marcos where she served for about 13 years. While there Sondra entered and completed the Field Licensing Program. She was ordained in 2004. Called to Beaumont in 2007, she is now Minister Emeritus at Unity of Southeast Texas. She has served on the USC Regional Board, Field Licensing Policy Team, and as a FLP mentor. Her studies include Be Peace, Peacekeeping, Being Coach, and You and Money.