Barbara Child

Barbara Child by the Mekong River

Barbara Child is a retired Unitarian Universalist minister. An accredited interim minister, she served continually in interim ministry for more than a decade. She lives in Nashville, Indiana.

She is the sole editor of:

She is the co-editor (with Keith Kron) of:

  • In the Interim: Strategies for Interim Ministers and Congregations, Second Edition

From Barbara Child

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What Really Matters

Keith Kron, Barbara Child

Keith Kron's real-life stories have ministered to many - including him. They may also minister to you.


Covenants: The Lifeblood of Small Group Ministry

Barbara Child

From LeaderLab
“As Unitarian Universalists, we affirm right relationship as a reverential act. This affirmation is our covenantal act together as a non-creedal people.
An Exercise for Mission Discernment: Who are We?

Barbara Child

From LeaderLab
UU Communities can be very different from one another! Use this continuum exercise to see how your congregations understands itself.
Committees on Ministry

Barbara Child, MidAmerica Region of the UUA

From LeaderLab
Explore how you can improve the function of your Committee on Ministry.

Skinner House Books

The Spirit That Moves
Readings and Rituals for Times of Change and Transition

Barbara Child

From Skinner House Books

In The Spirit That Moves, editor Barbara Child has collected a wealth of worship materials to help you and your congregation turn transition into transformation.

In the Interim
Strategies for Interim Ministers and Congregations, Second Edition

Barbara Child, Keith Kron

From Skinner House Books

Now in its second edition, this practical and insightful volume provides a road map for a transformative and fulfilling interim period.


Honoring Those Who Have Mothered Us

Barbara Child

From WorshipWeb
I don't know about you, but I'm a little bit skittish about holidays that seem to have originated with the greeting card people....

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