Our Minister and Staff
Ministry & Programs
Rev. Erin has been FUUSN’s minister since 2010. Since the early 1990s, she has served in more than thirty roles working with UU societies and groups. Committed to social justice and spiritual growth, Rev. Erin offers continual inspiration and support to the entire FUUSN community and beyond.
Rowan is a lifelong Unitarian Universalist, originally from Washington State. She began working at FUUSN in the fall of 2014 as the Acting DLRE, and is thrilled to have joined the team for the long run as of 2015. She is in the Religious Educator Credentialing Program, continuing her own learning while supporting people of … Continued
Dani Patrick joined the FUUSN team in Fall 2017 and is passionate about creating spaces that encourage youth leadership, connection, and spiritual growth. In addition to their work at FUUSN, Dani is a Teaching Artist working with students with developmental and intellectual disabilities. They founded Building Connection through Creative Exploration through which they facilitate interactive … Continued
Sam joined the FUUSN team in early 2017. He grew up in London and moved to Boston to pursue a doctorate in modern literature, living for a time in Burundi, where he raised goats, and Philadelphia, where he taught Shakespeare and discovered Unitarian Universalism. Sam is committed to the pursuit of social justice, the healing … Continued
Fran Clancy has been the Administrator at FUUSN for many years. Although not an official Unitarian Universalist, she values the principles and commitment the FUUSN congregation exhibits on a daily basis. Fran lives in Newton, MA, and she has two grown daughters that produced four grandchildren.
Anne has been at FUUSN since 2007, and it has been a mind-altering and wonderful experience from the beginning. When she’s not at FUUSN, she is the Music Director for the Nashoba Valley Chorale, a 100-voice community choir. She is currently the chair of the UUA’s Music Leadership Certification Committee and serves on the UUA … Continued