Kevin W. Jagoe is a Unitarian Universalist Minister and currently serves BuxMont Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Warrington, PA as their settled minister. Kevin is also a Humanist Celebrant and holds dual standing with the Unitarian Universalist Association & the American Humanist Association. He holds a Master of Divinity from Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago as well as a Master in Nonprofit Management & BA in anthropology and criminal justice from Hamline University in Saint Paul. Kevin is also a graduate of the Humanist Institute where he obtained a Certificate in Humanist Studies & Leadership.
Past UU congregations & organizations he has served include: First Unitarian Congregational Society in Brooklyn, the Church of the Larger Fellowship, Minnesota UU Social Justice Alliance, First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, and First Universalist Church of Minneapolis.
My hope is to bring my experience as a nonprofit communications & development professional, education in my nonprofit management degree, and training as a seminarian together in my work to build communities of meaning in a variety of contexts.
My goal is to expand what we think of as religious or intentional communities to help people relationships around shared identities and values. Communities I have particular experience with are: LGBTQ, College Students, Youth/Teens, Online/Digital, Humanist, Atheist, and Unitarian Universalist.
My personal theology centers around Unitarian Universalism, Humanism, and Religious Naturalism, I see these as pillars for my work at the intersections between these and many other identities.
To see more about my career path, please visit my LinkedIn page.
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Three things – 1) Just found your blog – love it. I’ve subscribed.
2) Consider joining the Humanist webring. I wanted to create a ring of sites that actually talk about Humanism and not about Atheism. The hub is here. http://www.webring.org/t/Humanist-Ring?sid=1
3) Consider doing a review of my book – the Humanist Approach to Happiness – I would be happy to send you an e-version of it.
Thanks Jennifer! I will take a look at the webring. I would love to review your book, email me at email@example.com and we can chat more about that!