Rev. Jacqueline Brett (she/they) serves as Lead Minister of the Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. She is responsible for guiding the congregation in creating beloved community and in the personal and collective search for truth and meaning among its members and friends. Equally responsible for the organizational and programmatic health of the congregation, as Head of Staff, Rev. Jacqueline leads a team of ministers, religious, and administrative professionals in partnering with the congregation to realize its Mission, Vision, and strategic plans.

Rev. Brett’s ministry is devoted to making a transformative and equitable difference in the world by taking an active stand for collective liberation both within and beyond the congregation’s walls. She received M.Div.and MALS degrees from Meadville Lombard Theological School where she was also a member of the Board of Trustees. She serves the wider Unitarian Universalist denomination as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC), which advances human rights globally, and as a member of the Ministerial Fellowship Committee (MFC), a committee of the UUA’s Board of Trustees.

Locally in North Carolina she serves on the strategy team and as co-chair of the clergy caucus for Durham CAN, a multi-faith coalition of congregations, associations, and neighborhoods involved in community organizing to address local issues of justice and equity for the city’s most marginalized communities.

Rev. Brett was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and has two adult sons. She finds balance through her meditation practice, by walking 4-5 miles a day, and in gathering with friends to share a good meal, experiences of nature, art, live music, dance, and theater.

Email:
Phone: 919-489-2575 x102

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Email Name: Rev. Jacqueline Brett
Email:
Phone: 919-489-2575 x102