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About the Authors (Faith like a River)

Jackie Clement

The Rev. Jackie Clement serves the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington-Normal (Illimois) as Senior Minister. She earned a Masters of Divinity degree from Andover-Newton Theological School and served congregations in Maine and Massachusetts before moving to Illinois in 2010. Before entering the ministry, Jackie worked in the high tech industry as an engineer and a marketing manager for computer graphics systems. She is author of "Time/Money Balance" in the UUA's Taking It Home series, a resource for families. Her passions include history, cooking, and reading, but the visual arts remain a primary spiritual practice. In achievement of a lifelong goal, Jackie now lives in Normal with her husband, John Ford.

Alison Cornish

The Rev. Alison Cornish serves as minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork (Bridgehampton, New York). A lifelong UU, she earned her M.Div. from Andover-Newton Theological School. She also holds a degree in art history and building conservation; she worked in the areas of architecture and building preservation for 20 years before being ordained in 2004. In addition to parish ministry, Alison serves as an adjunct consultant to Partners for Sacred Places, a national organization helping congregations of all denominations care for their historic buildings. Alison loves to be on, and around the water at her home in Sag Harbor, New York.

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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.

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