Minister, Reverend Amy Williams Clark

Rev. Amy Williams Clark grew up outside of Chicago. She went to Northern Illinois University where she studied Business. Amy then went to seminary at Saint Paul School of Theology in Kansas City, Missouri, where she earned her Master of Divinity.  She served rural and suburban churches in Missouri and Indiana as a United Methodist Minister before training as a Chaplain. Amy has served as a Chaplain in hospital, rehabilitation, pediatric and hospice settings.

Rev. Amy became a Unitarian Universalist in 2005 where she has continued her ministry and completed an internship focusing on social justice at First Unitarian Church of Baltimore.

Rev. Amy speaks of finding a spiritual home in Unitarian Universalism, “because we take love seriously. We know we are interconnected with this world and with all. One way this interconnectedness is expressed is through our sense of community. As Unitarian Universalists, we form communities of faith, not out of creeds or doctrines, but out of individual and communal searches for meaning. We challenge one another to grow spiritually, intellectually, and as a community. Though we hold a myriad of beliefs, our tradition is united in our shared journey; so much so that we often use the words ‘we do not have to believe alike to love alike’ to describe our Unitarian Universalist tradition.”

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