Presented in recognition of interfaith, interracial and ministerial leadership.
Called Parish Minister, Shoreline Unitarian Universalist Society, Madison, CT 2016–Present
- providing normal sacerdotal duties to SUUS
- illuminating the congregation's unique identity, its strengths, its needs, its challenges
- enabling the congregation to renew its vision, strengthen its stewardship, and engage its future with anticipation and zest
Called Parish Minister, Mattatuck UU Society (MUUS), 2008–2016
Consulting Parish Minister, All Souls UU Church, Greenfield, MA 2007–2011
Affiliate Community Minister, 2003–2011
Unitarian Universalist Society: East of Manchester, CT. (UUSE)
Jeanne was ordained by UUSE in May 2003, and served until her call to Mattatuck UU Society, as its Affiliate Community Minister. She remains a member of UUSE, while serving MUUS.
The covenant and mission statements of UUS:E confirm common goals: seeking truth, honoring the sanctity of all life, respecting individuality and encouraging diversity, providing a loving environment that nurtures spiritual growth, guiding our children and encouraging their individuality, and freely expressing our love of all life.
UUA Final Fellowship
Granted April 2006.
Certified Pastoral Care Giver, AAIDD
Granted 2004 by the Religion & Spirituality Division of the American Association on Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, formerly known as the American Association on Mental Retardation.
Ordination as a Unitarian Universalist Minister
May 18, 2003: Ordained by Unitarian Universalist Society: East (Manchester, CT) and the Universalist Church of West Hartford, CT.
UUA Preliminary Fellowship
Granted September 2002.
M.Div., Meadville Lombard Theological School
Granted June 2002.
Bethel A.M.E. Church "Diversity in Community" Award
Presented by Rev. Dr. Alvan N. Johnson to Jeanne Lloyd for "outstanding contributions and appreciation for diversity that edifies our community," July 27th, 2003.
Meadville Lombard Theological School "Faculty Prize for Religious Leadership"
Awarded for Religious Leadership & Vision demonstrated with: (1) Meadville Lombard Theological School Modified Residency Students; (2) Congregations United for Racial Equality & Justice (CUREJ); & (3) The Society for The Larger Ministry. Given June 2002.
Clara Barton District "Keeper of The Flame" Award
Presented to the Universalist Church of West Hartford, the Unitarian Society of Hartford and the Unitarian Universalist Society: East (Manchester, CT), in recognition of their participation in The Greater Hartford UUs Against Racism (GHUUAR) Cluster (subsequently renamed CUREJ – Congregations United for Racial Equality & Justice). Inscription: "Through your efforts and dedication, you help to keep the flame of our UU principles lit." April 7, 2001
Member, Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society
M.A., Clinical Psychology, Radford University, VA
B.S., Experimental Psychology, VA Tech, Blacksburg, VA