Unity Staff

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Kevan Penvose

Pastor

You’ll often hear Kevan say he has the world’s shortest job description: “help people see Jesus.”  Kevan’s passion is to lead disciples in seeing what Jesus is doing in the world, get involved in Jesus' work, and tell those stories to invite others to participate with us. When he isn’t sharing good news of Jesus, then he’s likely evangelizing for Chipotle or Rusted Root . . . not that these are mutually exclusive.

kevan.penvose
@unitymilwaukee.org

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Peggy Latona

Director of Operations & Ministry

Abundance is the main word in Peggy’s vocabulary and she is called to help disciples of Jesus see the abundance God provides in life.  As the Director of Operations and Ministry, Peggy has oversight of property and ministry and thus her vision of  this abundance translates to everything from ant hills and broken floor tiles to financial abundance with the oversight of the stewardship committee and Financial Peace University ministry.

peggy.latona
@unitymilwaukee.org

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NIKKEYA BERRYHILL

Director of Outreach & Faith Mentoring

Nikkeya's heart is drawn to helping others see they are compassionately loved by God. She desires to help others grow deeper in relationship with God and each other. At Unity, she helps others see God's presence in the world and discern what he might be calling them to do in the lives of those around them. She is exhilerated through her work of bringing people together around food, creativity, and justice to grow in community through the Spirit. In her spare time, Nikkeya enjoys crafting, writing, being outdoors, hanging, and drinking as much coffee as her body can handle. 

nikkeya.berryhill
@unitymilwaukee.org

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Tom Natalini

Pastoral Ministry Intern

Tom begins at the interconnection of all beings. Throughout his time in formal education, his focus has been progressing to reveal this truth, nurturing awareness, especially through dialogue across lines of difference. His experiences of reflection in India have brought him to realize the relationship between his Lutheran upbringing and his inter-religious studies and Buddhist spiritual practices, in the insight that Jesus is the personal embodiment of emptiness. He dreams of a world where all people will realize the emptiness of everything, whichever path their roots authentically blossom, and thus the boundless love that binds us together. He enjoys watching sunsets at Humboldt Park and Chillin’ on the Hill. 

tom.natalini
@unitymilwaukee.org