Ordained Minister, Unitarian Universalist • Settled Minister, Shoreline UU Society • Certified Pastoral Care, AAIDD

The Rev. Jeanne Lloyd

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Prof. Associations

Jeanne is or has been a member in good standing of the following organizations.

Minister in Final Fellowship, Unitarian Universalist Association, 2006–present
Fellowship as a UU minister requires that the candidate complete a Master's in Divinity degree from an accredited theological school, a Clinical Pastoral Education Unit, a one year ministerial internship under the supervision of another minister in full fellowship, and a rigorous orals examination and three year evaluation process before the national credentialing body for UU Ministers, the Ministerial Fellowship Committee.

Field Advisor, Meadville Lombard Theological School MRP Program, 2006–2011
Field Advisor for MRP Student participating in the Master of Divinity (M. Div.) program at Meadville Lombard which is designed to prepare students to enter the Unitarian Universalist ministry. The M.Div. program at Meadville Lombard grounds students in the UU faith while providing them with practical, general preparation for the ministry.

Meadville Lombard's M.Div. program satisfies the requirements of the Ministerial Fellowship Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Association.

Past President, Canton United Fund, Board of Directors, 2008
(United Way of the Capital Area Affiliate Member)

A volunteer organization that works to enhance the community's capacity to identify and meet the human service needs of the people of Canton.

Past President, AAIDD Religion & Spirituality Division, 2007
The Religion & Spirituality Division of the AAIDD (American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities) is an interfaith, interdisciplinary association of professional ordained and lay people who journey with persons with developmental disabilities and their families.

Member, AAIDD Division of Religion & Spirituality Pastoral Care Certification Committee, 2005–2007
The Certification Process is for chaplains and lay persons working in ministries with people with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities.

Member, Anti-Racism/Anti-Oppression/Multiculturalism Committee of the UUMA, 5/2005–6/2009
This committee of the Unitarian Universalist Minister's Association (UUMA) addresses issues of institutional oppression to the degree that it affects Unitarian Universalist ministry and the membership of the UUMA. Their purpose is to deconstruct the conditions that perpetuate institutional oppression in the areas of race, associate & part-time ministries, community ministry, & religious education. Recent accomplishments include an adjustment in the settlement process to allow interim ministers of color to stay in their interim settlements as the called ministe, and, success in getting the ministerial compensation guidelines adjusted to create equal salary guidelines for all ministers, regardless of their specialty.

Certified Pastoral Caregiver, AAIDD, 2004 to Present
American Association on Intellectual & Developmental Disabilites, Religion and Spirituality Division: Certification as a Pastoral Care Giver working in ministries with people with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities.

Member, American Association on Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, 2002–Present
AAIDD promotes progressive policies, sound research, effective practices, and universal human rights for people with intellectual disabilities.

Alumnae, Meadville Lombard Theological School, 2002
2002 Graduate of the M.Div. program. Meadville has been a center for liberal religious thought since 1844. It is affiliated with the University of Chicago and the Unitarian Universalist Association.

Past President, UUSCM, 8/2001–6/2007
Past President, Unitarian Universalist Society for Community Ministries (UUSCM), 8/2001–6/2007. Member, 1998 to 2011.
SCM is a Unitarian Universalist movement of lay members & ordained clergy committed to promoting a broad spectrum of healing and social justice ministries. We believe that only through many diverse forms of ministry can we heal the broken, create justice, and live in harmony with the spirit of life. We hold a vision of a larger ministry that sees the world as its parish.

SCM is working to support community ministry, both lay and ordained, through the following programs and activities:

SCM conducts an Annual Meeting at the Unitarian Universalist General Assembly; provides for networking, support, and collegiality through local chapters; announces annual community ministry awards; provides a twice-yearly newsletter, membership directory, listserv and website; mentors theological students seeking fellowship; and guides laity seeking to live their faith as ministry to the larger world.

We also actively work with the Unitarian Universalist Association, the UU Minister's Association Community Ministry Focus Group, and the Ministerial Fellowship Committee to address community ministry. Such work was the catalyst that birthed into being the separate fellowship category of community ministry, sanctioned by the Ministerial Fellowship Committee for Unitarian Universalist ministers.

Member, Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association, 1998–Present
The professional organization of Unitarian Universalist ministers. The UU Ministers Association (UUMA)is governed by the membership through an annual meeting preceding the Unitarian Universalist General Assembly each year.

Member, Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society, 1975–present