Kudos - Rev Julie Vance

Rev. Julie Vance

After 25 years of service, Reverend Julie Vance has retired from Unity of Palmyra. She was licensed as a Unity teacher in 1994 and ordained through Unity Worldwide Ministries Field Licensing Program in 2005. During her years in ministry, she has served as secretary of the Unity Worldwide Ministries Eastern Region Board, president of Palmyra-A Caring Community, and chair of the Palmyra Area Counseling Center Board.

Vance says, “My dance with the divine is now leading me to take an extended period of time for rest, relaxation and renewal, and to discern what spirit has in store for me next.” Reverend Stephanie Seigh, an ordained interfaith minister and professional certified coach, will serve as a transitional spiritual leader during the next year.

Location 37 E. Main St., Palmyra, PA. For more information, call 717-838-7808 email UnityOfPalmyra@verizon.net.

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