UPDATE: As of October 19, 2019, the Greater Philly UU Cluster is in the process of creating a new Leadership Team. If you are interested in volunteering on the team, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Starting in December 2015, the Greater Philly UU Cluster developed a Leadership Team with a new vision for the Cluster:
Amy is currently a member at Main Line Unitarian Church. She was previously a member of First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia for over 7 years. At First U, she led the Ministry Leadership Team and Social Justice Ministry Team in addition to organizing and participating in many other activities. Now she is delighted to use her organizational skills to support the Greater Philly Cluster.
Treva is a member of both USG (Germantown) and BuxMont. She has been a UU since 2002 when she found a passion and a calling in Unitarian Universalism. Her current congregational roles are Welcoming chair, teacher/facilitator for child, youth and adult programs (right now OWL, Coming of Age, Examining White Privilege and Small Group Ministry) and communications/website management. She has previously served on church boards, executive teams, committees on ministry, ministerial search, and a as worship chair.
Marylin is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County where she has held several leadership positions including past board president.
Web & Communications Leader
Felice is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Lower Bucks (UUFLB) where he has been active on the board, including past president, as well as many other roles in his small group. His background is in design, photography and web design, which makes him a great fit to lead the web & communications team.
CER Primary Contact
Patricia Hall Infante
Pat serves as Congregational Life staff for the Central East Region of the UUA and is the Primary Contact for the Philadelphia area. She also provides consultation in the areas of Faith Development, Safer Congregations and Stewardship. She lives in Marlton, NJ and is a member (and former Director of Religious Education) at the UU Church in Cherry Hill.