UU THINKERS WHO HAVE AGREED 

TO PROPOSE CYBER-SERMONS

    The following list of UU ministers and laypersons
have agreed to propose cyber-sermons for FUUCI.
The members decide which proposals are turned into cyber-sermons.
(When the synopses and/or outlines are presented to the members
for their votes for the next Cyber-Sermon-of-the-Month
the names of the authors are not used.)

    Full identification is included with all published cyber-sermons.



1.  Elisabeth Bailey is a freelance writer/editor
and unschooling Mom of one in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
She specializes in clean energy, "greening" the home,
entheogens, and local, sustainable food culture.
A graduate of Meadville Lombard,
Elisabeth blogs regularly at http://www.greenbetty.blogspot.com/


2.  Roger Bertschausen is the minister of
the Fox Valley UU Fellowship in Appleton, Wisconsin, USA.
http://www.focol.org/fvuuf/sermons.htm


3.  David Breeden is consulting minister
at United Unitarian & Universalist Society of Mukwonago, Wisconsin, USA.
His sermons are available at http://www.uumuk.org/sermons.php.
His blog on theology and creativity is at http://deityanddouble.blogspot.com/
His poems are available at http://www.drpoetry.com.


4.  Aaron Brown is a writer and teacher,
hoping to enter the ministry within the next two years.
He is also the Welcoming and New Member Coordinator
at the First Universalist Church of Denver, Colorado, USA.

5.  Maureen Duffy-Boose is the National President of CUUPS-Continental,
the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans: http://www.cuups.org.
She is active in the South Valley Unitarian Universalist Society
of Salt Lake City, Utah, USA: http://www.svuus.org,
where she chairs the Worship Committee
and is the coordinator of the Adult RE program.
She is a Witch and a UU Pagan,
known in CUUPS as Aisling, a Celtic name meaning "poet's vision".


6.  J. McRee Elrod is a cataloguer for special libraries
and a retired Unitarian minister in British Columbia, Canada.


7.  James Ford serves as senior minister
of the First Unitarian Church of Providence, Rhode Island, USA:
http://www.firstunitarianprov.org
He is also a teacher with Boundless Way Zen network:
http://www.boundlesswayzen.org
and it a blogger:
http://www.monkeymindonline.blogspot.com.


8. 
Patrick Murfin is a layman and member of
the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in McHenry, Illinois. 
He is a life long activist with deep roots in the peace, civil rights, and labor movements
and a writer, poet and amateur historian. 
He blogs eclectically at Heretic, Rebel, a Thing To Flout
---A Journal of Opinion, History, Poetry, and General Bloviating:
http://patrickmurfin.blogspot.com/


9.  James Park is an existential philosopher
living in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.
http://www.tc.umn.edu/~parkx032/JP-UU.html
http://www.tc.umn.edu/~parkx032/JP-YAC.html

10.  David Pyle is a candidate for the UU ministry and a U.S. Army chaplain candidate,
currently studying at the Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
http://www.celestiallands.org


11.  Marilyn Sewell has been the Senior Minister
of the First Unitarian Church of Portland, Oregon, USA
for seventeen years:
http://www.firstunitarianportland.org.
She is the editor or author of seven books.
She blogs at http://www.marilynsewell.org.




    New names can be added to this list at any time.
If you or someone you know is willing and able
to propose cyber-sermons for FUUCI,
send names and contact information to the FUUCI webmaster:
James Park: e-mail: parkx032@umn.edu

    Proposals are also welcome from authors not listed here.



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