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Unity Fellowship Church of Baltimore - 4007 Old York Road, Baltimore, Maryland, 21218

DISCOVERING GOD ANEW

UNITY FELLOWSHIP CHURCH

OF

BALTIMORE

Minister Sean Robinson is a native of Philadelphia, Pa, where he was educated in both catholic and public schools. Minister Robinson graduated in June of 1990 from Murrell Dobbins High School where he studied accounting; Basic, Pascal and COBOL computer code languages. In August of that same year and with the support of his mother, Minister Robinson relocated at the age of 17 to Washington, DC to work with Federal Bureau of Investigation.


During his tenor with the FBI, Minister Robinson has held many positions. He started off as a clerk and a legal researcher for the Congressional Affairs Office. He entered into his area of expertise as IT Specialist in 1994.


In 1995, Minister Robinson joined the United States District of Columbia Air National Guard. Sean was trained and worked as a Weapons Specialist for the F-16 fighter jet and assigned to the 113th Fight Wing located on Andrews Air Force.


In 1996, after returning from training with the Military, Minister Robinson was exposed to the teachings of Bishop Rainey Cheeks from Inner Light Unity Fellowship Church during a weekend leadership conference in Washington, D.C. It was that day Minister Robinson was captivated and experienced a spiritual awaking. It was that experience that fueled his reconnection with God. On that following Sunday, Minister Robinson visited and joined Bishop Rainey Cheeks’ Church and became a part of the Unity Fellowship Church Movement family.


Also in 1996, Minister Robinson joined a team of FBI IT professionals that traveled extensively to engineer and maintain the IT infrastructure for FBI’s overseas offices, task force post, and operational command centers within the international law enforcement community. He traveled to and worked in over 120 countries during his 15 year run with his team.


In 2000, Spirit led, Minister Robinson left Inner Light and followed Elder Harris Thomas to Baltimore, Maryland to help start Unity Fellowship Church of Baltimore. Minister Robinson believes it was the must humbling experience ever and hard work. He served on the Board of Trustees in various positions to include the Chairman; He belongs to the Voice of Life Choir; help start the Men’s Ministry and Youth and Young Adult Ministry. He was ordained as a Deacon in 2006 and a Minister in 2010.


Today, 13 years later, Minister Robinson is an Associate Minister at UFC Baltimore, Minister over the Youth and Young Adult Ministry; owns the Alafia Group; A Realtor for the DC, MD and VA area; Chaplin of the Ryderz of Seth Motor Cycle Club; Attends University of Phoenix on a scholarship to finish his degree in IT Systems; Currently works as IT Project Manager for the FBI’s Violent Crimes Against Children Section; and is an instrument of liberation and life for GOD, preaching and teaching a radical new and fresh Word for all people.


Minister Robinson believes that everything needed to survive and conquer in our lives has already been provided by the power of GOD that dwells in everyone.

Ministers

Minister Cliffton G. Speller was born on September 20, 1963. He is the youngest of three children born to the late Shirley Speller. Cliffton was educated in the Baltimore City school system, and received his G.E.D. in 1984. His grandmother and his Pastor were instrumental in Cliffton's spiritual journey. After years of fighting his addiction to drugs and alcohol, Cliffton surrendered, and has been clean and sober for over 20 years.


Cliffton joined the Unity Fellowship Church Movement in 1997 at Inner Light Unity Fellowship Church in Washington, DC. There, he served as a Youth Leader and faithful congregant. In December of 2000, he joined the church building team under Pastor Harris Thomas and transferred his membership to Unity fellowship Church of Baltimore, where he worked in many capacities, including Pastor's Aide, the Voices of Life Choir, the SHARE and CARE Ministries, and the Audio-Visual Ministry. He began his liturgical training as a Deacon Candidate in 2002, was ordained as a Deacon in October of 2006, and was ordained as a Minister in October of 2010.


Since serving in Baltimore, Minister Speller was also instrumental in bringing Narcotics Anonymous meetings to UFCB. He has taken his biblical and liturgical training under the guidance of Pastor Harris Thomas and the Rev. Jerri Lee Harrison (now of UFC NewArk).


Favorite Saying:


"God is the one that can change all of your bad days into good days. Just believe in God, and he will work it out."