Reverend Norma Osman’s ministry was in Hospice for more than twenty years, providing patient care and bereavement counseling. She served several terms on the board of directors; developed and delivered training to volunteers. In 1999, Reverend Osman co-founded the non-denominational Interfaith Truth Center in suburban Atlanta. As the Senior Minister at the Center, Norma conducts seminars and classes on meditation and spirituality to provide a springboard for inspiring individual self-discovery and spiritual growth. Her diverse experience allows her to speak on a wide range of topics.
She has been married for over forty five years – parented two grown children. Norma gushes, “My four grandchildren are the most wonderful kids on the earth at this time!” Recently, she led a study group on advanced numerology. Most days Norma is at the center, eagerly open for a good joke.
CeCe is from San Diego CA. She started her journey in new thought ministries in 1997 at Imani Worship Center with Pastor Terry L. Mason. She became the Assistant Pastor of Jehovah Truth Minitries in 2000 with Pastor Romie Wilford, Sr. She has studied Charles Filmore, Catherine Ponder and a host of other Unity ministers. She became ordained in 2004. She is now studying metaphysical teachings of the Bible which relates to science under Bill Donahue’s hidden meanings of the Bible.
Outside of ministry, she officiates weddings and offers counseling to the couples.
She is getting married in 2019.
Rebecca Washington, as a newly appointed Board Member to the Interfaith Truth Center Team, is an Ordained Minister through the Order of Melchizedek and the Universal Life Church Ministries. She brings prior board experience from previous service as Trustee of Plymouth Spiritualist Church in Rochester, New York where she also served on the Pastoral Team.
As part of the leadership team at Interfaith Truth Center (ITC), she also brings experience as a teacher, speaker and as a Healer. With a desire and a heart to serve, it is her desire to help the Center grow in its purpose and moved forward as place of love, acceptance, understanding and spiritual refuge in the community.