Our Ministers and Staff
“Live Freely, Love Boldly, Tread Softly” These words guide Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry’s life and ministry. Called to ministry after years as a community organizer in San Francisco, Rev. Lydia brings her passion for justice and deep love of people into everything she does.
The Rev. Lydia … read more.
The Reverend Catharine Harris served our congregation from 1993 until she retired in 2006. Among Catharine’s many firsts: our Fellowship’s first Minister Emerita; first full-time Minister of our Fellowship; first minister of the UU Church of Cheyenne, where she was ordained in 1986; and first … read more.
Ari has worked with children since she was old enough to babysit. She used to help her mom teach Sunday school at her church growing up, and always loved working with the kids. She pursued her BA in Early Childhood Education because of that love … read more.
As the Fellowship’s senior administrative professional, Carol says she is “here to organize, create, serve, and learn.” And what a beautiful job she does of all that!
Carol’s professional experience includes corporate communications related to computer security, small business office operations for the Lyons Recorder newspaper, … read more.
Chris comes to SpiritJam as a lead teacher after serving as a volunteer with a remarkable capacity for creativity and engaged teaching. Chris graduated from CU Boulder with a double major in evolutionary biology and psychology and he is currently a pre-medical student working towards … read more.
We are pleased to announce that Jessica Laikeman will be starting as our new full-time Director of Lifespan Faith Formation in mid-August. Stay tuned for more information, coming soon!
Sue grew up in Minnesota in the United Church of Christ denomination. She’s been a Unitarian Universalist for many years, participating in fellowships in many roles and committees (Religious Education, Membership, Finance). Her UU home congregations are in Auburn, AL, Blacksburg, VA, and Fayetteville, AR. … read more.
Spenser graduated from the University of Colorado with a bachelor’s in evolutionary biology and philosophy, and he is working on his Master of Social Work degree at Metro State University in Denver. Spenser also serves in the Colorado Army National Guard as a commissioned officer. Spenser … read more.
Tad studied piano at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, where he received the School of Music’s award for outstanding accompanying and chamber music collaboration, and also received festival grants to study and perform chamber music. Tad has been an active pianist and musician in Colorado … read more.