The UU Church of the Palouse (Moscow, ID) voted unanimously on April 29 to call the Rev. Elizabeth Stevens to settled ministry.
Rev. Stevens served two congregations in Massachusetts and was settled minister of the Kitsap Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (Bremerton, WA) for six years. She has preached in congregations from California to Alaska, and from Virginia to Vermont. Over the past two years, she has enjoyed working with the Vashon Island Unitarian Fellowship (WA), while participating in the Pastoral Leadership Program at Seattle University and working toward a Doctorate in Ministry.
Rev. Stevens has served on the staff of PNWD’s Goldmine Youth Leadership School, and has been a member of the PNWD Youth Empowerment Services team. She is also a Chrysalis Trainer of Trainers, and serves on the UUA’s Youth Ministry Advisory Committee, working closely with the Youth and Young Adult Office and with President Peter Morales to discern how to sustain and strengthen youth ministry nationwide.
Rev. Stevens will start as UUCP minister in mid-August, and her first service as minister of the church will be on Sunday, August, 26th.