Annie Scott

Congregational Life Staff

Pacific Western Region in Congregational Life


Telephone: (503) 473-5941

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Annie Scott, Credentialed Religious Educator, feels honored and excited to begin serving congregations as the newest member of the Pacific Western Region Congregational Life field staff. She has most recently served as Director of Religious Educator for Jefferson Unitarian Church in Golden, CO and as President of the Liberal Religious Educators Association (LREDA). She has learned much from the congregations and religious professionals she has served with in Oregon City, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Golden over her twenty-seven years as a religious educator. She and her husband, Mick, raised their children in Unitarian Universalist congregations and are moving back to Oregon from Colorado to live near their three daughters, extended family and two-year old granddaughter, Emerson.

From Annie Scott

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This video is a portion of the Conversations with Leaders: Dual Platform Future for All Ages webinar that was offered in April. In this video, Annie Scott, Pacific Western Staff talks about the role of religious educators in planning for moving forward....

Webinar | By Annie Scott | June 10, 2021 | From LeaderLab

DRE Panel sharing what has been effective in their congregations to engage families during these virtual times, presenting a sampling of activities for all ages.

By Annie Scott, Pacific Western Region of the UUA, Jules Jaramillo | August 31, 2020 | From LeaderLab

Please join me for a body prayer of caring. We bring our hands over our hearts to express respect for ourselves. We expand our hands into a small circle to express respect for others. We expand our hands out wide to express our respect for our church. [repeat 3 times] Amen and may it be so.

Prayer | By Annie Scott | April 3, 2015 | From WorshipWeb

It's important is to take time to be quiet, to be still, so we can be in touch with the deepest and best part of ourselves—our inner voice— often called prayer or meditation. I invite you to join in a body prayer. I will show you the motions— then invite you to move through it with me once,...

Prayer | By Annie Scott | April 3, 2015 | From WorshipWeb

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