Greetings to you all! It is hard now to imagine life before coming to Starr King in the fall of 2005 and all that has transpired since then. Most notably, the life/ministry tools I gained while studying at the school that have fortified my strong belief that Unitarian Universalism does in fact “save lives”. In… Read More
Rev. Dr. Meg Richardson joined the faculty of Starr King School in 2014 as Visiting Assistant Professor of Unitarian Universalist History. Dr. Richardson, a graduate of Harvard Divinity School and Durham University, has studied our living tradition in both the United States and Great Britain, and was mentored by scholars including Conrad Wright, James Luther Adams… Read More
My Starr King journey began as a student, helping pioneer the school’s Master of Arts in Social Change program. I’ve served on the adjunct faculty since 2007 and the advising faculty since 2014, teaching courses on leadership, community organizing, education/pedagogy, functional theology, religious-secular coalition building, social change theory, multigenerational ministry, and more. Three things that… Read More
Megan Dowdell, GTU MA ’09, teaches courses in ethics and youth ministry as a regular adjunct faculty member. She is a UU ministerial candidate and doctoral student in sociology at UCSF. Whether on-line or in-person, Megan offers a warm invitation to academically rigorous subject matter for religious professionals, scholars and activists.
The Reverend Christine Fry is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister and SKSM (’96) graduate. An Adjunct Faculty member at SKSM for more than seven years, Chris has taught courses on poetry, illness, and pastoral care; health and healing, forgiveness; compassion and moral repair; and religious education. In addition to teaching, Chris facilitates “Write for Health” groups, the latest… Read More
The Rev. Dr. Devorah Greenstein retired from eight years leading the Office of Accessibility Concerns at the UUA, and continues her community ministry working with, and on behalf of, people from historically marginalized communities. Her educational training has given her contextual and theoretical perspectives in which she grounds her anti-oppression work. Her work includes educating and developing resources for… Read More
This is what I remember: I was an undergraduate in love with the theater and sparkling lights and song. For a big lecture hall class, I wrote a paper called “Get Me to the Church On Time (for the second act)” comparing the wedding scenes in Fiddler on the Roof and Brigadoon. I could see… Read More
Dr. Anwar joined the Religious Studies programme at Canterbury in 2000, after teaching at a number of universities in the United States, including Temple University, where she completed her PhD in Religion in 1993. Prior to that she took her first MA in English Literature at Aligarh Muslim University in India, and her second MA… Read More