UCFL Welcomes Rev. Shad Groverland

We are so excited to welcome Rev. Shad Groverland to Unity of Central Florida.

Did you know UCFL is part of a larger Unity Movement founded by Charles and Myrtle Fillmore? Have you ever wondered who or what Unity Worldwide Ministries is and the ways in which they support Unity ministries? Are you curious about the direction of UWM and how we align with their mission and vision?

You’re invited to attend a special presentation by Rev. Shad Groverland where he will share answers to the questions you have and so much more about UWM and the state of churches in end-demic times. Click here to register as an RSVP and if you’d like lunch we invite you to pre-pay $5 per person to help UCFL off-set the cost of hosting this very special event. We look forward to seeing you on September 18th.



Rev. Shad Groverland was born and raised in Unity, learning Unity’s principles from his parents Rev. Jack and Norma Groverland. His first passion was music production, which led him to a 25-year career in sound production and management. He was then called to ministry, graduated from the Unity Urban Ministerial School, and was ordained in 2016. He served Unity of Las Vegas, Nevada, for five years before returning home to Unity of Boulder, Colorado, to co-minister with his sister, Syntysche, and father, Jack.

Rev. Shad’s Unity experience is vast and long-term. He has served as youth director, board trustee, youth camp counselor, youth and family team leader, and NGU (Next Generation Unity) minister advisor. In 2018, he was appointed to the UWM Board of Trustees, and the convention body confirmed the appointment in 2019. He was elected secretary of the Board in 2019 and 2020. While on the board, Shad served on the Focusing Forward Core Team and Technology Team, the Convention Planning Team, Interim CEO and Consultant Interview Teams, as well as the HUG (Help Unity Grow) Team.

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