I’m lifelong Unitarian Universalist with a passion for helping people connect, collaborate and take inspired action together.
When it comes down to Unitarian Universalism, what I do, and how I help congregations, it is all about relationship: social media, small groups, collaboration, stories…
I’m known nationally within the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations (UUA) for my work and am a popular keynote speaker, workshop leader and catalyst for innovation and change.
Since 2002, I have worked both with Unitarian Universalist congregations and as a producer on multiple nationally television programs and web based educational media projects, though now my media work is involving more climate justice clients.
I was on a path toward parish ministry until I started doing consulting nationally on small group ministry as a layperson, then met and married the Rev. Amy Freedman, and found myself working with television.
While considering whether two ministers in one family was prudent, Youtube launched and I decided I could do more to serve Unitarian Universalist congregations by helping us harness the communication and collaboration tools of our time. To follow that alternative ministry path, I studied digital media through Boston University and have been working at the intersection of ministry, media and changing culture ever since.
I have a reputation for sharing nuts and bolts helpful content with powerful stories and my “contagious enthusiasm.”
Learn more on UUPLANET.org, home for all my Unitarian Universalist projects.