Our Ministers and Staff
A native of Wisconsin, Wendy came to Colorado following a six-year ministry in Flagstaff, Arizona. Through a strong shared ministry, that congregation grew in membership, commitment, and identity. Prior to entering the ministry, Wendy practiced law for 15 years. That experience is evident in her inspiring pulpit presence and commitment to justice. Wendy is passionate … Continued
Eric hails from Manhattan, Kansas, and lives in Denver with his wife, Emily, and his daughters, Olivia, Julia and Maia. His first career was an environmental scientist specializing in water quality. Prior to coming to JUC, Eric served the Unitarian Universalist Church of Greeley, following an internship at another large and dynamic church, All Souls … Continued
Keith has served at Jefferson Unitarian Church since 1997. Keith earned a doctorate in the history and performance of choral music from the University of Colorado. He has led Unitarian Universalist music ministry programs in Nashville, Tennessee; Boulder, and Golden..Under his direction, the JUC Choir was invited to represent Colorado in the Washington, D.C., National … Continued
Robert is a native Texan, having been born in Wichita Falls. He grew up in the Southern Baptist tradition. He began preaching at the age of 13, was leading revival meetings during his mid-teens and was ordained at age 18. Robert has a bachelor’s degree from Baylor University in Waco, Texas, and two master of … Continued
Barry grew up in Missouri, spent 10 years on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where he became a UU, then moved to Colorado in 1987. He had a previous career in the counseling field, beginning in the addictions field, then expanding to general work with couples, families, experiential therapy groups, and men’s groups, as well as individual … Continued
Nadine was ordained as a Community Minister by Jefferson Unitarian Church in 2000 and has served a ministry of pastoral counseling. She earned the Fellow level in American Association of Pastoral Counselors in 2006 and was honored for “spearheading the development” of the Code of Professional Practice of the UUSCM in 2005.
Annie Scott is the Director of Religious Education for Children, Youth and Families. She grew up in Oregon in a close-knit Methodist and musical family. She didn’t attend a church from age 18 through 30 when she and her husband, Mick Mortlock, began attending a Unitarian Universalist church in 1990 to give their blended family … Continued
Carol Wilsey has been the Administrator since the fall of 2012. She joined JUC in 1995 and held many volunteer roles prior to being employed here (initially as the Assistant to the Administrator, part-time beginning in 2003). She has a master of nonprofit management degree from Regis University. Her prior career path was as an … Continued
Beth is a Denver native who has long been involved in community activism. She is a writer and certified yoga teacher in addition to her responsibilities at JUC. In addition to writing and yoga, Beth enjoys reading, hiking, word games of all sorts (but especially Scrabble), and dancing. She is thrilled to join the JUC … Continued
Darcy is a Denver native who attended JUC with her grandparents as a child. After moving to the Golden area with her husband and two children, she became a member in 2012. She is overjoyed at the opportunity to use her experience in marketing and business development to further the mission of her beloved church … Continued
Annie has served JUC as Membership Coordinator for 16 years and loves her job. She and her husband, John, love being active outside, especially Nordic skiing and tandem riding. Together, they have led the Blue Mountain Meditation Group at JUC for many years.