“We’ve had a wonderful last five years together, and I see the call as an affirmation of our work so far, not a culmination. They are a revitalizing community, with a strong focus on our environmental ministry. They’ve used the strength of a community-built permaculture garden to have a compelling voice of justice in the larger community,” said Rev. Little.
In addition to her previously stated roles, Rev. Little currently serves as UUA Congregational Life Staff and oversees Starr King’s student intern minister placement program, in which students serve Unitarian Universalist congregations and community organizations throughout North America to learn firsthand the practical arts of ministry. To learn more about Starr King’s internship programs, click here.
We extend our congratulations to Tera for her achievement and look forward to our continued work together.