Alicia R. Forde

Full name: Alicia Roxanne Forde

International Office Director

International Resources


Telephone: (617) 283-8776

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The Reverend Alicia Roxanne Forde serves with the Unitarian Universalist Association as the Director of the International Office. She is a graduate of The Iliff School of Theology and currently lives in Longmont, Colorado. Alicia was born and spent her formative years in Trinidad and Tobago. She identifies as an African descent queer, cis-gender female with deep roots in Tobago. She considers herself bi-cultural and is grateful that her formative years enabled her to cultivate a global perspective. Alicia is a certified Spiritual Director and has a strong interest in health and wellness. When she's not hiking, you can find her reading, working-out, or podcast-walking.

From Alicia R. Forde

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As this health crisis reaches all corners of our global family of faith, we in the International U/U Joint Working Group wish to offer our heartfelt prayers, thoughts, and blessings to you and your communities. Our diverse faith, strong and united offers us the reminder that we are better and more resilient together.

By Sara Ascher, Roger Bertschausen, Alicia R. Forde | March 25, 2020 | From International Unitarian Universalism
Tagged as: #COVID19, Pastoral Care, International Engagement & Building Peace

Where is your sanctuary in the midst of life’s catastrophes and chaos? How will you take the time to nurture your soul?

By Alicia R. Forde | September 1, 2016 | From UU World
Tagged as: Community, Discernment, Nature

I lift my eyes up to the hills from where will my help come? My help comes from Love abundant. my help comes from the hills my help—my help, it comes from ancient Mothers whose hearts beat in mine. It comes from the trees that sway and the breeze that sways them . . . my help comes from all that...

Poetry | By Alicia R. Forde | April 26, 2015 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: Awe, Beauty, Healing, Love, Wonder

Am I a guest here. Here in this House. Are you? Are we guests here. Here in this House. And, whose House do we inhabit? In the small world of our lives the borders between us: easements, fences, gates, hedges—serve to delineate, to separate us. To remind us of where my property begins and ends.

Reading | By Alicia R. Forde | January 21, 2015 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: Anti-Oppression, Direct Experience, History, Immigration, Indigenous Peoples Day, International, Responsibility, Secular, Anti-Oppression, Immigration

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