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Director of Lifespan Religious Education
As the Director of Lifespan Religious Education, Marsha works with volunteers and community members to create learning opportunities for friends and members of all ages, including our Sunday morning programming for children and youth, our lifespan comprehensive sexuality education program (Our Whole Lives – OWL), and classes and workshops for adults. She also supports our family programming and social events to help connect families with each other and members and friends at UUS.
Marsha joined UUS in August of 2021. She came to us from the Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring, MD where she was Interim Director of Religious Education for two years. Prior to her work at UUCSS, Marsha spent a year as the Interim Religious Education Coordinator at Unitarian Universalist Church – West, in Brookfield, WI. Marsha received a BA in Theology and Philosophy with Peacebuilding certification from Mount Mary College in Milwaukee. A Master of Theological Studies degree from Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, IL, and is currently in PhD pre-candidacy in the Religion, Ethics, and Cultural Studies program at Chicago Theological Seminary.
As a life-long Wisconsin resident, Marsha is excited to be back in the Midwest. Marsha’s adult son and daughter-in-law live in Rice Lake, WI, and her daughter lives in St. Paul, MN while doing graduate work at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. In her free time Marsha enjoys traveling – especially to places with mountains, visiting farmer’s markets, crocheting, and preparing delicious meals while singing off-key. Marsha lives with her American Brown Dog companion, Luna, and perpetually hungry feline friend, Benedict Cumbercat.