Evin Carvill Ziemer

Full name: Rev. Evin Carvill Ziemer

Congregational Life Consultant

Central East Region in Congregational Life

Email: eziemer@uua.org

Telephone: (330) 281-3306

Evin Carvill-Ziemer holding a door open wearing a robe and stole

Evin Carvill-Ziemer

Evin serves the Central East Region in the areas of Youth Ministry, Young Adult Ministry, and Intercultural Competency work and as Primary Contact for congregations in upstate and central New York. Evin holds a Masters of Divinity from Earlham School of Religion and Bachelor of Arts from Carleton College.

Previous to this position, Evin served as a Student Minister for the Olmsted Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Intern Minister at West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church in Rocky River Ohio, and as Interim Minister at Southwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation in North Royalton Ohio. They also served as district staff including as the Youth Coordinator in the St. Lawrence District and Ohio Meadville Districts from 2012-2014, and as the Ohio Meadville District Young Adult and Campus Ministry Consultant from 2006-2009. Before entering seminary, they worked as a science and technology teacher at the middle and high school levels, in non-profit IT support, and as an outdoor educator at Farm and Wilderness camps in Vermont.

Pronouns: I do identify as genderqueer. Many people use different pronouns for me, which is fine. You may use "she", "he", or "they" as seems appropriate to you and the context.

From Evin Carvill Ziemer

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Better Together | Central East Region

Where Are the Children and Families?
From Better Together
It’s a common question right now. It’s not just your congregation! What can congregational life look like for the children and families attending now?
Welcoming Neurodivergent Folx to Our Congregations
From Better Together
The five of us have all known for some time that we, collectively, need to learn how to do a better job welcoming and fully including neurodivergent people
A Time to Simplify
From Better Together
January 2022 is a time to simplify. Your regional staff have been saying “now is the time for easy programs” for months now. This month we mean it more...
Telling Our Stories to Cope with COVID
From Better Together
As the omicron surge–tsunami–hits the United States I am grateful for the protection of vaccination and yet I am braced against less deadly impact.
Dealing with Anger
From Better Together
If you’re a congregational leader, you may be wondering why you can’t do anything right and it seems like someone is always angry with you right now.
Resilient Is a Verb
From Better Together
I keep hearing the word “resilient” and keep wondering what people mean by it.
In-Person, Online or Both? Which Direction Will We Go?
From Better Together
Many congregations have been hoping to do a form of “hybrid” or "worship as a way of getting back together in person once we near the end of the pandemic.
Building Resilience for After the Election
From Better Together
If there’s a knot in your stomach still; a dread of what else may be coming; this is an offering from me to you.
Who Are You Expecting?
From Better Together
Who Are You Expecting? What ways do our congregations show they are expecting guests of all types?
One Trans UU's Story
From Better Together
There is no one way that trans UUs are reacting to either this issue of the UU World or the dialogue since. Each of us can only speak for ourselves.

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