Melissa Jeter is currently a full-time seminary student at the Methodist Theological School in Ohio as well as a full-time librarian in Toledo, Ohio. She also serves in the Toeldo community on the Human Relations Commission on with the social justice subcommittee. Melissa is affiliated with First Unitarian Church of Toledo.
Melissa Jeter was born in Ohio and is a life-long learner. She is a member of the UUMA, DRUUM, UUSCM. She has participated in UUJO and the Ohio Poor People’s campaign. As an adult services reference librarian, she helps people learn how to use computers and electronic media.Before her work in libraries, she worked or volunteered in programs based on issues regarding housing, civil rights, and domestic violence in nonprofit agencies in Toledo, Ohio.
She holds a Master of Science Degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois and a Master of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of Toledo.
She is a compassionate advocate and deep thinker. She is musical, humorous, and creative.
- Are UU up to the Challenge?! - discusses the readiness to change
- Before the Love Story - About we need to do before having a Beloved Community
- Meeting at the shores of difference - discusses anxiety and the usual habits people have when meeting a new group of people
- What does a free faith require of you? This sermon is about the search for a mature faith and inquiry about the meaning of free.
- She can also sing and play guitar as part of a service.
Availability: Speaking availability negotiable within 3 months notice within 200 miles of Toledo, OH or virtually.
Fee arrangements: According to UUMA guidelines. (see the Guest in Your Pulpit home page for details)
Contact: Email Melissa Jeter at email@example.com