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Lynn Kerr serves as part-time Consulting Minister for First Universalist Church of Lyons (Ohio), part-time Minister of Lifespan Religious Education at First Unitarian of Toledo, and a Lifespan Faith Development Consultant for the Ohio Meadville District of the UUA. A graduate of the University of Minnesota and Starr King School for the Ministry, Rev. Kerr is fellowshipped in Community Ministry and Religious Education. She has served as a grief counselor for Kaiser Permanente Hospice in San Francisco, Director of Donor Relations for the UUA in Boston, Youth and Young Adult Minister for First Parish in Concord (Massachusetts), and Executive Director of the Dana McLean Greeley Foundation for Peace and Justice.
Christy Olson is an Associate in Ministry with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. She has a non-stipendiary call to the St. Paul Area Synod. Christy holds a Bachelor's degree in elementary education from Westmar College and a Master's degree in theology with an emphasis in spirituality from St. Catherine University. For 35 years, she has served Presbyterian, Congregational, and Lutheran congregations in the areas of children, youth, and family. Christy lives in rural Minnesota with her husband on 30 acres of prairie. She writes and publishes curriculum and is a teacher affiliated with Luther Seminary. Currently she is working on a set of eight Bible storybooks called Whole and Holy Children.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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