Jimmie Scott is an African-American Unity minister who was ordained in 1986. He appears in the 1986 photo shown below and he also appears and is listed in the 1984 Ordination photo. We do not know why he appears twice. Clips from both photos are shown below.
Rev. Scott has recently retired from five years serving at Unity of San Antonio. He gave his first Sunday message November 5, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. He retired in January of 2022. Many people there say he had a remarkable depth of understanding of Unity teachings. He preached and taught in a way that was infinitely applicable to day-to-day living.
Prior to serving at Unity of San Antonio, Rev. Jimmie served as the Pastoral Care Minister at Unity of Phoenix for nine years, where he was well loved, appreciated, and known for his compassionate demeanor as well as his wisdom.
He also served at First Church Unity in Nashville, TN. It is widely known that as Associate and later Lead Minister of the once tiny community, his leadership facilitated the growth of this church that grew to over 500 congregants.
Rev. Jimmie had a wealth of various experiences in ministry. He served as Chairman of the Executive Board for the Association of Unity Churches International, now known as Unity Worldwide Ministries. Rev. Jimmie has also served as the chaplain at the Unity Institute, now known as Unity Worldwide Spiritual Institute.
Rev. Jimmie served at Renaissance West, Inc. in Kansas City, MO as a member of their Board of Directors.
As Associate Minister at Unity Renaissance Church in Chesapeake, VA, he had multiple responsibilities; supervision of the finance department, leading both the Chaplain Program, and the Youth Education Department.
Rev. Jimmie has served the communities he resided in well. He was vice chairman of COPE, a job training and placement organization for people with mental and physical challenges. He was a past chairman of for the advisory board of Community Enhancement, an alcohol and drug abuse council for teens. He also served as an arbitrator for the Better Business Bureau, as an advisor for Junior Achievement, and as a counselor for abused and neglected children.