David Pyle

Full name: Rev. David Pyle

Rev. David Pyle

The Rev. David Pyle is the Regional Lead and a Congregational Life Consultant with the MidAmerica Regional Staff.

Rev. Pyle holds a Masters of Divinity from the Meadville Lombard Theological School and a Bachelors of Arts in History and Political Science from East Tennessee State University. He completed his Clinical Pastoral Education Residency at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinios. He has served as a minister for congregations in California, Michigan, and Illinois, and as an Administrator for a congregation in Texas. He also serves as the Deputy Command Chaplain for the Army Reserve Sustainment Command. He lives in Oak Grove, Kentucky.

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Better Together | Central East Region

Returning Home
From Better Together
One of the blessings of getting out of your normal surroundings is that it inspires you to see thing anew when you return
What Four Years Has Taught Me
From Better Together
For the last four years, I have had the honor of serving the congregations of the Central East Region of the UUA
News from the CER Staff - More Changes!
From Better Together
One of the joys of serving Unitarian Universalism as a member of the Central East Regional Staff has been the commitment of the leadership of the Unitarian Universalist Association and the members of...
Does Your Congregation Provide Trauma Support to Members?
From Better Together
At one time in our country people joined a religious community because it was expected that they do so. At the heart of what they sought within the community lay a societal norm and a sense of...
Building a Home Takes Many Hands
From Better Together
A dream that began in 2012 became true on Sunday, October 18, 2015 for the Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware, as they dedicated their new Church Home in Lewes, Delaware.  The congregation...
Taking Action in Black Lives Matter
From Better Together
Is your congregation considering expressing solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, by placing a banner or sign on congregational property or your

Central East Region

Congregation as Good Employer
From Central East Regional Group
Working for a Unitarian Universalist Congregation can be a fulfilling and rewarding experience.
CER Arts of Ministry
From Central East Regional Group
Rev. Gordon B. McKeeman said that “Ministry is all that we do -- Together”. The ministries of the congregation are much larger than that which can be...
CER Governance and How We Make Decisions Together
From Central East Regional Group
One of the challenges & joys of UU Congregations & Covenanting Communities is that each develops based upon their own culture, identity, and community.  
CER Large Congregation Resources
From Central East Regional Group
Congregational life in a large congregation typically includes high level worship experiences as well as a broad range of programming and faith development opportunities, under the leadership of multiple ministers and a well trained professional staff. Facilities are often sought after by outside...

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