Our candidates forum at February’s PNWD district meeting introduced us to three fine ministers, ready to share their many gifts with us in the coming years as our religious movement finds its way forward.
But one, in particular, stood out as a leader with broad experience and a hand placed firmly but gently on the pulse of these times. The Rev. Jeanne Pupke speaks plainly to folks from all walks of life, and forcefully, about the need for us to do the same.
She asks challenging questions about core issues. For example: If our UUA by-laws were conceived in an atmosphere of incomplete trust between Unitarians and Universalists, do they have a hobbling effect on us today? Are there ways to change them that will help make us more agile, both organizationally and in our outreach?
Jeanne has the gravitas we need in a president. She has a keen eye to where that gravitas can be leveraged to maximum effect. And she has my support.
Rev. Craig Moro
Wy’east UU Congregation