As the former senior minister at Miami’s Unity on the Bay (UOTB), Rev. James Trapp was instrumental in the congregation increasing in size and stature before becoming president and CEO of Unity Worldwide Ministries.

Under his leadership, UOTB flourished. Sunday attendance increased from 125 congregants in 1994 to more than 1300 in 2005 and annual revenues grew from $200,000 in 1994 to nearly $1.9 million in 2005.

Trapp is now the Senior Minister of Worship at the Spiritual Life Center, an Interfaith Unity Ministry, in Sacramento, California. He is also a motivational speaker with a message of empowerment that is bringing him back to South Florida for ReNew – ReVison – ReStart; an uplifting and life changing workshop and music program to help people to begin anew in any area of their life.

In addition to Trapp facilitating a workshop that helps participants to answer key questions about moving forward, the day will also include a musical performance by local songbird, Nicole Henry.

The workshop is geared to help participants:

  • Uncover their unique purpose for their life and know what to do even if they’re not clear what their purpose is
  • Go from just knowing what to do to advance their goals and actually do it.
  • Identify simple practical techniques to develop confidence in the midst of challenges.
  • Identify the key to releasing negative self- sabotaging thoughts, attract more success and experience what some people commonly call “good luck;” and more.