Posts by Philip Browne

October Volunteer Spotlight – Kathryn Leete

Kathryn Leete loved her childhood Presbyterian church.  It was folding-chair small, friendly, and welcoming with a young hip minister. There was less impetus to attend church in college.  Living on her own after college and looking for a church she tried the local Presbyterians and found them unwelcoming.  A friend suggested UUism and it seemed…

June Volunteer Spotlight – Jamie Jorgensen

Jamie Jorgensen was happily Mormon for most of the first forty years of his life. He remembers with affection the structure and community that the church gave him with special fondness for his year and a half doing missionary work in Brazil.  Over time, differences began to build up. Jamie leans non-theistic and socially liberal, neither of which are standard Mormon doctrine.…