BABARA (B.K.) KANA
UHC Board President
BK became a member of UHC in 2006. She was drawn to the love and openness fellow congregants offered. The 5 principles represented freedom from the restrictive dogma she had experienced from previous religious houses. During her 10 years at UHC, BK has served on the board 6 years and was a member of the building committee of the new church facility. She currently serves as building and grounds liaison. She has great love for the Unity movement and will continue to serve in whatever capacity the Divine moves her toward.
UHC Board Vice President & Treasurer
Jack has been a member of Unity of the Hill Country for 12 years and has served as a search team member for the Board of Trustees and Minister as well as serving as an usher. Jack has 47 years experience in the corporate health, safety and environmental areas, a management development trainer and educator at the community, state and national collage levels. He has also served on several professional level state and national committees and boards.
UHC Board Secretary
Patsy has been an active member of Unity of the Hill Country for three and a half years. She and her husband, Doug, serve as ushers and greeters. Patsy also serves on the decorating team and offers her services as a back-up to cover child care and office duties as needed. Previously serving as board treasurer at Unity of the Woodlands, Patsy is excited to offer her experience in sacred service to Unity of the Hill Country.
UHC Board Trustee
Tina Thompson, first time board member, is a semi retired Licensed Vocational Nurse with 48 years (and still counting) experience across a broad spectrum of Medical settings. Tina has been a member of and served on various teams/committees at UHC since April of 2013. Being coordinator of the Care Ministry team since its inception in Aug/Sep of 2017.
UHC Board Trustee
Stu has been a member of Unity of the Hill Country for five years. He and his wife, Carol, serve as ushers and event hosts. They both enjoy participating in Dinners for Eight. They were instrumental in the preparation and hosting one of our successful Thanksgiving Day events in 2019. Stu recently retired from a fifty year career as a pharmacist. He looks forward to serving his Unity community as a board member.