James Park has a Master of Divinity degree
from Union Theological Seminary in New York City.
For seven years in the late 1980s and early 1990s,
he was a paid staff member of the
Minnesota Unitarian Universalist Campus Ministries
—the UU campus ministry to the University of Minnesota.
In all, he was involved with this campus ministry
as a volunteer staff member, paid staff member,
& member of the Board of Directors
for more than a dozen years.
He has continued his campus ministry work
by way of the Internet.
He is the editor and webmaster for Heart, Mind, & Spirit
—an electronic magazine for UUs on campus.
Here is the home page of Heart, Mind, & Spirit:
Begun in 1999, Heart, Mind, & Spirit moved to Facebook in 2009.
James Park was also the volunteer editor of the
Online Handbook for UU Campus Ministry,
which is a collection of the best contributions to
the e-mailing list for leaders in UU young adult and campus ministry:
Other Internet projects include
the Cyber-Sermon Registry,
which now has links to more than 10,000 UU sermons
on the Internet from all over North America.
No ideological test has been applied to these links.
Any UU congregation with sermons on its website
is encouraged to list itself on the Cyber-Sermon Registry:
Another illustration of James Park's openness
to all form of UU belief is the Spiritual Paths Project,
which attempts to gather representatives
of every spiritual path within Unitarian Universalism:
Besides being a member (since 1980) of
the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis,
a large urban congregation committed to humanism.
James Park is also a member of
the Church of the Larger Fellowship,
and a list member of its main e-mailing list: CLF-L.
He is the author of about 15 books,
several of which deal with existential spirituality:
More than 130 cyber-sermons are published on
He provides a weekly cyber-sermon to an
on-line group called
In 2009 he moved the
First Unitarian Universalist Church of the Internet
(FUUCI) to Facebook.
He serves as webmaster for this electronic congregation:
Even more information about James Park
is available on his home page:
You might be interested in the UU section,
which comprises about half of the 1,000 'rooms':
James Park's e-mail address: email@example.com