UU Fellowship of Lake Norman
A reminder to come and join us for spiritual nurturing, music, talk and discussion at our next meeting Sunday October 4th. Doors will open at 10:30 am with the meeting starting at 11:00 followed by refreshments and conversation. Our featured speaker for our upcoming meeting will be Rev. Amy Brooks. The title of her talk is:
Congregational experts have done their research and discovered that building community requires the foundation of small groups who share a common interest, task, experience. Amy Brooks, UU Community Minister, will be joining us to introduce the UU program called “Evensong” a small group opportunity she will be offering on Sunday nights for our fellowship beginning the evening of October 18th from 7-9 pm. Please join us to learn more about how we can grow together in community and to meet Amy.
The Rev. Amy E. Brooks
Affiliated Community Minister, UUCC
Amy is a fourth generation Unitarian Universalist from Western Pennsylvania where she grew up in the Meadville congregation. She received her B.A. in Art History from Boston University and her M. Div. from Harvard Divinity School. Amy continued her ministerial training with a parish internship at the Eno River Fellowship in Durham, NC followed by a 2 year chaplain residency at Carolinas Medical Center.
Since 1995 she has worked at the Regional AIDS Interfaith Network in Charlotte in a variety of positions. Her work there has included supporting congregations to establish CareTeam ministries to people living with AIDS, pastoral visitation, and HIV/AIDS education and prevention. In 2002 Amy and her colleagues were recognized by the Ford Foundation’s Leadership for a Changing World Program. Currently she is on maternity leave.
As an Affiliated Community Minister with UUCC since 1997 Amy has served variously on the Memorial Endowment Committee, as Coming of Age Mentor, Senior High Boston Trip Advisor and Jr. High OWL Facilitator. She has provided worship services and other duties as requested by the senior minister. She has served the denomination on the executive board of the Southeast UU Minister Association and as a consulting minister with the Black Mountain Congregation of the Swannanoa Valley. She is currently working with Mecklenburg Ministries on the Souls of White Folks Project as a co-facilitator.
Amy lives with her husband, daughter and 2 dogs in Huntersville, NC.
All are welcome regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, ability or economic status
We are a liberal faith community.