Annie Gonzalez Milliken

Full name: Rev. Annie Gonzalez Milliken

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Annie grew up Unitarian Universalist (UU) in central Illinois and has enjoyed being engaged in various aspects of UU life in Minnesota, New York, California and now Massachusetts. As an ordained minister she served our faith by supporting young adult ministry, campus ministry, and worked with a team of UUA staff to provide support for emerging ministries. She brought experience with leading campus ministries both as a student and as a professional, as well as her young adult identity to this work. 
She lives in Boston with her partner Lucas and two housemates. Annie is affiliated as a minister with First Parish Dorchester where she and Lucas are members. They also participate in The Sanctuary Boston.

From Annie Gonzalez Milliken

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Why Should Young Folks Go To General Assembly?
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What is the role of spiritual community in these times? We’ve been asking that question over and over, particularly as we think about our upcoming...
Fiercely UU: Choosing to leave the system
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Unitarian Universalist young adults tell stories about what our faith requires of us and how they follow that call....

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Intern With The Sanctuaries DC this Summer
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You are Needed for This Unique Ministry in Washington, DC You're needed. Yes, you, the young adult who is looking for something meaningful to do this...
Spreading SALT Coast to Coast!
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Spiritual Activism Leadership Training Comes to Massachusetts UU Justice Ministry of California. They began in 2011 and have had two separate cohorts of...
We're Listening Up!
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This is an announcement from Shawna Foster, from the Unitarian Universalist Association's If you're a young adult living abroad, we want to hear from you!
Calling Those Who Have Served as Chaplains
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Your stories are needed! Unitarian Universalist chaplains serve diverse communities in many different institutional settings....

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Fiercely UU: Sitting in for Democracy
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Unitarian Universalist (UU) young adults tell stories about what our faith requires of us and how they follow that call....
Deeply Religious But Not Church-y
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Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) are doing just that. The framework of the UUA’s new emerging ministries initiative is simultaneously more...
Emerging Ministries Grow from UU Roots
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Nell Krahnke grew up Unitarian Universalist (UU) and when she arrived at the Nell found the help she needed in the form of a staff person from the local...
The Only Way Out is Through
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Our Self-Wrought Epic Disaster “Would you stop yelling about how we’re all screwed?” my supervisor politely asked. Oh. Right. Not exactly the type of...

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