Unity Staff

BEVERLY PRYOR, LUT
Spiritual Leader/Minister

Beverly is our spiritual leader/minister.  She’s been speaking, teaching and serving in Unity churches for seventeen years.  Beverly is excited to move to Kerrville from Dallas where she was licensed Unity teacher at Unity of Dallas for twenty-two years.  A few of her interests are meditation, animal rescue and sailing.   

SHANNON MARION
Administrative Assistant

Shannon has an extensive background in medical billing. She is excited to learn to new skills and support UHC with administrative support, social media and website updates.

LYNNE KEY
Music Director

Lynne is the Director of our music team. She works with our singers and musicians, choreographs our music to match the services and brings harmony to our community. She lovingly serves on our Prayer team as well as our Care team, and has been a member of Unity communities since 1973.

 

JOSH RUSSELL
Audio/Visual Coordinator

Josh grew up going to Sunday school at UHC.  He studied Sound Technology with his father, who was our former Sound Technician.  He is an incredibly responsible young man and takes his job seriously, as he works closely with Lynne Key to insure that our speakers, singers and other musicians sound great.

 

KATHY DALEO
Office Assistant

Kathy is our Office Assistant on Thursdays.  She welcomes guests, answers phones, helps with admnistrative activities like Welcome Packets and Unity literature and manages our Mobile Book Store.  She retired from nursing yet lovingly serves on our Care team as a volunteer.

 

GERRY LANCTOT
Housekeeping

Gerry is a longtime member of our Unity community.  She loves the community and building so much she chose to serve in the capacity of facilities Housekeeping.  She keeps our church home clean and reports needed repairs.  Gerry also lovingly serves on our Care Team as a volunteer.

 

 

KENZIE FOUST
Early Childhood Care 

Kenzie is a busy high school student headed to college in the fall.  Until she leaves, she's excited to be working with our babies and toddlers to give them a good Sunday morning experience and keep them safe.