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New England Region UUA
New England Region
UUA Districts & Regions

The New England Region is the smallest geographical area with the highest concentration of Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) member congregations in the US. We are four districts, six states, 234 congregations that are served by a single integrated regional staff team, with expertise in every area of congregational life. Visit New England Region's website to learn about events, support services, and other regional information.

Contact our main office at (617) 948-6415, email newengland [at] uua [dot] org or contact an individual staff member listed below.

Regional Staff Contacts

Our staff are often the first and primary source of support, counsel and information for lay and professional leaders. We offer more than 40 learning events every year. Our contacts and specialty areas are shown below. Please call anyone on the team to ask a question or request services.

  • Hilary Allen, Innovation and Growth
    hallen [at] uua [dot] org, (617) 948-4257
  • Karen Bellavance-Grace, Small Church Support, Congregational Collaborations
    kbellavancegrace [at] uua [dot] org, (617) 948-4258
  • Joy Blanchette, Regional Administrator
    jblanchette [at] uua [dot] org, (617) 948-6415
  • Chanel Gomez, Events Coordinator 
    cgomez [at] uua [dot] org, (617) 948-6427
  • Meck Groot, Justice Ministries
    mgroot [at] uua [dot] org, (617) 948-6414
  • Woullard Lett, Acting Regional Lead
    wlett [at] uua [dot] org, (617) 948-6121
  • Dawn McKetchnie, Operations and Communications
    dmcketchnie [at] uua [dot] org, (617) 948-6429
  • Joe Sullivan, Stewardship | Peer Facilitator Program
    jsullivan [at] uua [dot] org, (617) 948-4383
  • Rev. David Pyle, Governance | Conflict Transformation​

​​​​dpyle [at] uua [dot] org

Our Districts

Though the New England Region is served by a single regional staff team, each district maintains its own board with fiduciary responsibilities. Two districts, Clara Barton and Massachusetts Bay, voted in April 2016 to begin the process of dissolution, which is nearly complete. Covenanted relationships guide our work together as New England's four districts and regional staff live and grow into new forms of organization.

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