Beth Casebolt

CER Operations Manager and Communications Consultant

Central East Region in Congregational Life


Telephone: (740) 232-9048

Beth Casebolt

Beth Casebolt is the Operations Manager and Communications Consultant for the Central East Region. Prior to regionalization she served as the District Administrator for the Ohio-Meadville District, a position she held since November 2007. She is very interested in social media and website design and how congregations can use technology to enhance their communities.

Prior to taking on the administrator role she served as the secretary of the OMD Board. She has also served the Ohio-Meadville District as member and chair of the Lifespan Faith Development Committee, Children's Program Coordinator for Summer Institute 2003 and as a Small Congregation Liaison. She is a member of the Association of UU Administrators

Beth began her service to Unitarian Universalism as a religious educator, she is a credentialed religious educator, associate level; a trainer of teachers for the Our Whole Lives program elementary ages; a member of the Liberal Religious Educators Association, a mentor for the religious educators' credentialing program and has served on the LREDA Mentoring Committee.

Outside of Unitarian Universalism, Beth holds a BS in Nursing from Alderson-Broaddus College, has held an active Registered Nursing license in two states since 1988 and has held an active certification from the Certified Pediatric Nursing Board since 1990. She has worked in top level children's hospitals and taught nursing in LPN programs and stays current with children's health and safety issues. She is a former girl scout leader. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her partner and traveling to visit their two young adults.

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Better Together | Central East Region

Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
From Better Together
It's the old adage two steps forward, one step back - every time we think we're making progress back to "life as it was" something happens to push us back
Lessons from a Crisis
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Last week I skimmed over an article that talked about how Americans love to be the heroes but never want to do the long term work to make lasting change.
Are You Tired?
From Better Together
I am tired. Are you tired? I'm tired and cranky and just want all of this craziness to stop.
Honoring Our Covenant as Congregations
From Better Together
This summer has seen a number of natural disasters that have affected millions of individuals and some of our congregations.
Updated COVID Guidance for Delta Variant
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Last week our blog highlighted that with the changes due to the Delta variant, the UUA was in the process of updating our guidance for congregations.
Planning for the New Year
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We are fast coming up on the start of a new church year and I suspect the surge of Delta cases across the country is causing many of us to rethink our plan
Reconnecting In Our Congregations
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Back in 1999, each June my family of four would load up our van with a tent, sleeping bags, camp stove, dishes, food and more and head out for wherever...
Why Go to General Assembly?
From Better Together
I attended my first General Assembly in 1998. I had only been a member of my congregation for 2 years, and had just completed my first year as the DRE.
Why Professional Development for Staff?
From Better Together
Change is afoot in our congregations! Ready or not, we are all learning new skills and adapting old ways to meet emerging needs, especially your staff.

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