Our Summer Speakers
See our calendar of Guest Speaker Summer Sermons.
Rev. Sue Browning
Sue has been the minister of this fellowship since 2013. Her call to ministry came after years of lay leadership. Sue graduated from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington D.C. and finds joy in building connections in community. Sue and her husband Bill have three young adult children and a high strung beagle.
Rev. Rob Keithan
Rob is a faith organizing and training consultant specializing in reproductive health, rights and justice issues, currently working on faith engagement with the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. He previously served as Director of Public Policy at the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, as a consulting minister at two UU congregations, and Director of the UUA’s Washington Office. He lives with his partner Mandy in Washington, DC.
United Methodist, Certified Lay Servant and Youth Minister
Tim is an award winning documentary photographer and window washing business owner who is on a path to become a Licensed Local Pastor in the Methodist Church. He also thinks he’s an ideation specialist (although he’s not sure what that means).
Ph.D., M.Div., Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Lazzara has worked as a psychologist for over 20 years in both clinical and educational settings. After starting a private practice, he enrolled in the Seminary and recently graduated with his Master of Divinity degree. Dr. Lazzara currently provides psychological services to children, adolescents and adults as well as guest preaches at various churches.
As a long-time UU and active lay leader, Nancy helps others explore the struggle to find new meanings in old language. She finds words learned in childhood may lock us into narrow resistance to an open and liberal search for spiritual meaning. Nancy is a long- time resident of the Eastern Shore, and leader at UUFE.
Hospital Chaplain in Cambridge, MD
John retired as a math professor at the US Naval Academy in 2008. At the same time, he started his second career as a hospital chaplain and now serves at the Behavioral Health unit in Cambridge. He has 2 daughters, a son in law, a grandson and 2 cats. Of late, he and his Significant Other, Nancy Stanford, have been squandering his children’s inheritance traveling the globe.