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Congregational Life
Congregational Life
UUA Staff

The mission of Congregational Life staff is to:

  • Cultivate connections between congregations
  • Inspire and coach new and innovative models of “doing church”
  • Midwife and empower existing congregations and their leaders to next level of impact

About Our Regions

Stated simply we strive to serve interdependence, innovation, and impact.

Congregational Life is made up of five regional field staff teams that work with district and regional boards to support the health and growth of congregations and other Unitarian Universalist communities.

Who to Call for Support

Below is a list of our departmental leadership. More specific staff contact information can be found on our regional information page.

Regional Leads

  • Woullard Lett
    Acting Regional Lead, New England
    wlett [at] uua [dot] org
  • Rev. Megan Foley
    Regional Lead, Central East
    mfoley [at] uua [dot] org
  • Rev. Ian Evison
    Regional Lead, MidAmerica
    ievison [at] uua [dot] org
  • Rev. Dr. James Kubal-Komoto
    Regional Lead, Pacific West
    jkubalkomoto [at] uua [dot] org
  • Connie Goodbread and Natalie Briscoe
    Acting Co-Regional Leads, Southern Region
    cgoodbread [at] uua [dot] org and nbriscoe [at] uua [dot] org

Additional Support

  • Heather Adams Bond
    Budget and Safe Congregation Manager
    (617) 948-4370
    hbond [at] uua [dot] org (hbond @ uua.org)

Online Discussions and Groups 

To join the conversation with the Congregational Life team and other congregational leaders, please explore these online discussions and groups:

As Unitarian Universalists, we believe that the sacred and the power of grace arise from the interdependent web of which we all are a part. As we build deeper connections between all of us, a powerful creativity arises that enables us to transform the world and each other.
—Rev. Scott Tayler, former Director, Congregational Life

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For more information contact conglife@uua.org.

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