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Members of the Religious Education Credentialing Committee

The Religious Education Credentialing Committee (RECC) is appointed by the Board of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). Members represent various perspectives and aspects of congregational life.

Current members of the Committee are:

  • Ms. Tandy Scheffler, tandyscheffler@gmail.com
    Committee Chair and also representing a Credentialed Religious Educator—Master Level perspective.
  • Mr. Russell Araujo, russ @ socialworksoftware.com
    Representing a congregational lay leader perspective.
  • Rev. Randy Becker, revrandy @ spiritualpersistence.com,
    Representing a Parish Minister perspective.
  • Ms. Kathleen Carpenter, kcreuucc @ yahoo.com
    Representing the Liberal Religious Educators Association (LREDA).
  • Rev. Christina Leone Tracy, christinaleonetracy@gmail.com
    Representing a Faith Development Minister perspective.
  • Mr. Orlando Rice, orlandorice @ gmail.com
    Representing a congregational lay leader perspective.
  • Ms. Jenice View jenice @ aol.com
    Representing a congregational lay leader perspective.

The following UUA staff members serve as non-voting ex-officio members of the Committee:

  • Rev. Sarah Lammert, slammert @ uua.org
    Director of the Ministry and Faith Development staff group, serves as Executive Secretary.
  • Ms. Catherine Rowland, crowland @ uua.org
    Professional Development Assistant, serves as Recording Secretary.
  • Ms. Jan Gartner, jgartner @ uua.org
    Professional Development Associate for Religious Education and Music Leaders.

For more information contact recredentialing @ uua.org.

This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations. Please consider making a donation today.

Last updated on Thursday, September 18, 2014.

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