Tandi Rogers

Congregational Life Staff

Pacific Western Region in Congregational Life

Email: trogers@uua.org

Telephone: (253) 278-4646

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Rev. Tandi Rogers is a multi-vocational minister: a Learning Strategist for the UUA Congregational Life's HOPE for Us Conflict Engagement Team, affiliate faculty at Meadville Lombard Theological School, and a Spiritual Director in private practice.

Tandi has been serving the UUA in many roles since 2002:

  • Learning Strategist (2020-current)
  • Pacific Western Region Congregational Life team (2016-2020)
  • Innovation & Network Specialist (2014-2016)
  • Growth Strategist (2011-2014)
  • Interim Director of the Youth & Young Adult Office (2010-2011)
  • Pacific Northwest Districts’ Program Specialist (2002-2011)

Prior to the UUA, she served Associated Ministries of Pierce County as their Development Officer and was a teacher and grants officer at the Muckleshoot Tribal School.

Tandi is married to Rev. Sue Phillips, and they have five children (teenager and young adults.) Tacoma, WA is her home.

From Tandi Rogers

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GA Presentations | General Assembly

Multi-Site Ministry: Lowering the Walls Between Us

Scott Tayler, Tandi Rogers

From General Assembly Presentations
Satellites, multi-site, yolked ministries and partnerships can explored by all types of congregations - tiny, large, urban, rural, clustered, or isolated. Might multi-site be right for you?

LeaderLab

What Color is Your Ministry Traffic Light?

Tandi Rogers, UUA Congregational Life Staff Group

From LeaderLab
Our covenants and professional guidelines give us standards, and sometimes those are not enough when we are in pain.
What to Expect: Report from the West Coast Pandemic Epicenter

Tandi Rogers

From LeaderLab
Our purpose as a religious community has become more clear as it’s simplified.
Multi-Site Ministry: Lowering the Walls Between Us

Scott Tayler, Tandi Rogers

From LeaderLab
Satellites, multi-site, yolked ministries and partnerships can explored by all types of congregations - tiny, large, urban, rural, clustered, or isolated. Might multi-site be right for you?
From Visitor to Engaged Member

Marie Luna, Tandi Rogers

From LeaderLab
Faith traditions are all in a time of transition and the UU faith is no exception. As we struggle to consider what our faith will look like in the world of congregations and beyond, let us come...
Beauty and Play as a Growth Strategy

Tandi Rogers

From LeaderLab
Play stations are reflective activities that include elements of play and wonder and creativity.
Road Trip! We're better together!

Tandi Rogers

From LeaderLab
We're better together. You've heard this before. And often it is in the context of pooling resources to create something larger than we could offer as a...
The Magic of Empty Chairs

Tandi Rogers

From LeaderLab
This year, please try this. An empty chair, any empty place with the spirit of invitation swirling in and out of the open spaces throughout the circle.
How NOT to Grow a Congregation

Tandi Rogers

From LeaderLab
An April Fool’s Day collection of quotes and observations that will likely repel visitors.
Restorative Circles

Tandi Rogers

From LeaderLab
Restorative Practices build community and can help set things right when the integrity of the community is challenged by harmful behaviors.

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