A Word from Our Alumni

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    I chose UUMS after talking with multiple ministers about the choice they made for ministerial school. What finally sold me on UUMS  was the freedom to do my classwork on my schedule. I have had to delay signing up for Unity Institute classes due to my busy schedule and with UUMS I felt that I would be able to complete more classes in less time. I have also heard so much positive feedback from the alumni.

    • Angie Keyes
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    I chose UUMS, because it offers me a practical path to Ministry. I learned of it from Nicki Golden, and I have found the people involved sincere and authentic. From Rev, Sandra to Judy, to all thus far. The schedule is accommodating, and allows me to pace my study time through each week. But mostly I feel that the education I receive from UUMS will best prepare me for working as a minister in the real world.

    • Thomas Scheinler
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    I chose UUMS for three reasons. Flexibility of schedule - While UUMS classes have structured weekly classes which include Zoom sessions in most classes.  Urban focus - I live just outside Philadelphia.  Philadelphia has no Unity activities.  I would like to be the catalyst to change that.  The Urban focus is needed in Philadelphia. Rev. Sandra is an inspired leader for UUMS.  I talked with her before committing to UUMS and knew that this would be a good experience under her leadership.

    • Robert Turner
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    I chose UUMS because I had heard great things about it! And it is true. From my very first contact with the staff I was treated so very warmly it cinched the deal! My check list was all there: I am a very independent learner. Yet love contact with a peer group. I needed an online based school.  It is personal. With only a few required courses, you get to choose what interests you to help strengthen your skills and own spiritual life.

    • Paxton McCaghren
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    I choose UUMS because of the flexibility it affords me to run the programme from my home in Nigeria. I don't have to leave my job for the school.  It serves as a meeting point for students from different backgrounds to share their experiences. Jenall Sachi Renshaw sums it up this way "Wow someone from Nigeria and someone form Africa. A blessing of online trainings bringing our worlds closer and closer."

    • Emotimi Nicky