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Spiritual Leader

Tony Lee

Tony as he has spoken to our congregation several times, and he has quite the community presence, as well. You may have heard him on the radio or seen him at social justice events around town. He will be conducting Sunday services twice a month (including July 7th), and he is also available for pastoral care, so he is quite happy to visit people who are homebound or talk to folks on the phone or by Zoom.

Our Elected Leaders

2024-2025 Board of Trustees

President: Jeannie Parent

Vice President: Marina Oja

Secretary: Julie Means

Treasurer: Anna Laven

Members at Large

Mark Hodson

Hannah Garber Dorneles

Nancy Renfro


Committee on Ministry: Anai Morales, Wilma Goodloe, Andy Kendall

Membership/Member Care: TBD

Members: Ann Larson, Karen Kuckreja, Sabrina James, Judy Rubesa (Advisor: Wilma Goodloe)

Worship: JoAnn Conard

Members: Mark Hodson, Elaine LeCain, Karen Kuckreja, Nancy Renfro

Social Justice: Jeannie Parent

Members: Elaine LeCain, Linda Haggerty, Wilma Goodloe, Martha Corcoran, Marina Oja

Communications: Hannah Garber Dorneles

Members: Ed Dorneles, Sydney Jackson

Music: Elaine LeCain

Members: Anai Morales, Hannah Dorneles, Mark Hodson, Anthony Rodriguez


Our Governance

UUFKC is governed by our Bylaws and Policies & Procedures. Like UU congregations, we are a democratic body, led by an elected Board of Trustees.

We keep our bylaws, policies & procedures, and board meeting minutes in a congregational Google drive. Members are welcome to view these documents. Links to the bylaws and basic policies are below. Contact the Board Secretary or for more information.

An LGBTQ Welcoming Committee

On April 3, 2016, the members of UUFKC voted unanimously to become an official


Recognized by the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA).


Being a Welcoming Congregation means that we affirm and include people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer at every level of congregational life - in worship, in program, and in social occasions - welcoming them as whole people.


  • Honor the lives of all people and equally affirm displays of caring and affection without regard for sexual orientation. 

  • Celebrate diversity by using inclusive language and content in worship.

  • Incorporate an understanding of the experience of lesbian, gay, bisexual,  transgender, and queer persons throughout all of our programs, including religious education.

  • Affirm and celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer issues and history.

  • Affirm marriage equality and conduct same-sex weddings.

  • Advocate for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people, promoting justice, freedom, and equality in the larger society. We speak out when the rights and dignity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people are at stake.

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