Rev. Roberta Finkelstein
Rev. Roberta Finkelstein is a life-long Unitarian Universalist, raised in the Community Church of New York. Her early UU experiences taught her that the church could and should be a place of prophetic witness, courage, and transformation.
Rev. Roberta earned her M.Div. from Wesley Seminary, following a career as a nurse-midwife devoted to high-risk adolescents in Washington, DC. She has served in consulting ministries, a new congregation start up, and several settled ministries. Most recently, Roberta served as ¼ time Transition Minister in Jacksonville, FL, a position that became virtual in March as the pandemic arrived.
She has just finished a term as President of the Transition Minister’s Chapter of the UU Minister’s Association and is the author of chapters several books about transitional ministry. She also has an essay in the most recent version of the UU Pocket Guide.
Roberta and her husband of 46 years, Barry, have two badly behaved cats named Bonnie and Clyde and one relatively well-behaved dog named Brandy.
To schedule an appointment with Rev. Roberta, call the office (727-531-7704).
UUC Campus Administrator
Anne joined our team in October 2019. She is a graduate of the University of South Florida with a BA in Mass Communications and Public Relations. A lesser known fact about Anne is that she is a Pinellas County native. She lives in Clearwater with her husband, two children and a host of rescue animals. In her spare time, she enjoys running, baking and spending time with family.
Hours: Tuesday - Thursday (9:00 - 3:00); Fridays (9:00 - 1:00)
Director of Lifelong Learning
Meredith has been a Credentialed Religious Educator with the UUA since 2016 and a trainer of Our Whole Lives (OWL) since 2014. She has served as a religious educator for UU congregations in New Hampshire and Illinois and has extensive experience in developing online courses and leading educational programs for K-1 through adult levels. She also has served as a hospice chaplain. Meredith earned her Master of Divinity from United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities in New Brighton, MN in 2020. Her spiritual practices include stream-of-consciousness writing, meditation, listening, walking and time outdoors.
Meredith also has degrees in sociology and kinesiology from Illinois State University and still identifies as a farm kid from the Midwest. When not working, she can be found dancing like no one’s watching.
You can reach Meredith via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org (or by calling the UUC office @ 727-531-7704).