Rev. Kristen Rohm, Minister
Rev. Kristen Rohm
As summer winds down, let us make a commitment to living into what we love, taking our passions into the rest of the year. To sustain us, to help us to be whole hearted, and to lead us to service in the world.
Who We Are
Love is the spirit of this church, and service is its law. This is our great covenant:
To dwell together in peace, to seek the truth in love, and to help one another.
-Rev. James Vila Blake, 1894
- We are a congregation of free faith and religious diversity.
- We meet to celebrate the miracle of our being and the wonder and mystery of our universe.
- We seek to provide a caring, accepting intergenerational community which supports ongoing individual and spiritual growth.
- We strive to live our values, accepting our individual responsibility to be active in environmental and social concerns in our church, community, and world. And because we share these values, we include the voices and dreams of all who choose to gather with us.
To learn about Unitarian Universalism, see our page on the Principles and Sources of Faith. The UU Church of Nashua, New Hampshire’s website features 100 Questions That Non-Members Ask About Unitarian Universalism, from the book by John Sias. We also recommend The Unitarian Universalist Pocket Guide.
Southwest Unitarian Universalist Church is an LGBTQ Welcoming Congregation, as described by the national Unitarian Universalist Association. Read more…
Meet Our Minister
The Rev. Kristen Rohm began her full time ministry at SouthWest UU Church in September 2014. Originally from Mansfield, Ohio, she and her family moved to Northeast Ohio from Santa Barbara, California, where they lived for 25 years. Rev. Rohm is a 2012 graduate of the Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago. Read more about Rev. Rohm and the ministerial staff.
Social Justice Focus, Summer 2015
Cuyahoga Valley National Park Conservancy Scholarship Program
During July and August, funds from our focus collections will support the CVNP (Cuyahoga Valley National Park) Conservancy’s scholarship program, which will enable more students from limited income families to experience nature through the Cuyahoga Valley Environmental Education Program. What a nice summer blending of social and environmental justice – in one package!