Carol Thomas Cissel

A charcoal sketch of Rev. Carol Cissel, in her clergy collar

Charcoal sketch of Rev. Cissel by William Snyder lll.

Rev. Carol Thomas Cissel, M.S., M.Div. (she/her/hers) is the settled minister of the UU Fellowship of Centre County in State College, PA. She is passionate about homiletics, crafting exuberant worship, travel, and small batch bourbon. Carol collects the masterworks of both Native American and First Nations Peoples, Contemporary Art Glass, and kisses from her delicious grandson Andrew.

From Carol Thomas Cissel

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Black Queens saved our democracy. We owe them a great deal.

Reflection | By Carol Thomas Cissel | January 20, 2021 | From Braver/Wiser
Tagged as: America, Democracy, Humanism, Prophetic Words & Deeds, Race/Ethnicity, Women, Work, Worship

My mother and father armed us with this truth: The world is awful, magnificent, and belongs to you as much as it belongs to anyone else.

Reflection | By Carol Thomas Cissel | June 3, 2020 | From Braver/Wiser
Tagged as: #BlackLivesMatter

Introduction This ritual is a beginning, a starting point, a first step taken towards each other. You will blend words, music, and movement while embracing the power of elements taken from the natural world....

Ritual | By Carol Thomas Cissel | October 23, 2017 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: Anti-Oppression, Race/Ethnicity

Diverse. Multicultural. Inclusive. Welcoming. If I made a list of every single Unitarian Universalist congregation I have served, visited or worshipped at, they would have a few things in common—including the use of these words. Perhaps on the front of the Order of Service?...

Reading | By Carol Thomas Cissel | October 15, 2017 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: Anti-Oppression, Direct Experience, Health, Listening, Multiculturalism, Pain, Personal Stories, Race/Ethnicity, Reconciliation, Unitarian Universalism

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