UU Farmington is pleased to announce that Rev. Leonetta Bugleisi has been selected to be the Consulting Minister at UUCF. The Reverend Leonetta Bugleisi has been an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister for 24 years. Her interests in the history and use of the Labyrinth; the philosophy of Buddhism and poetry/journaling as spiritual practice have been nurtured within Unitarian Universalism since 1976 when she first joined Grosse Pointe Unitarian. The Rev. Leonetta has served congregations UU in Mankato, MN; St. Louis, MO; Chicago, Il; and Rochester Hills, MI. She enjoys reviewing the research and continuing conversation of where churches are headed in these post-modern and beyond times. Rev. Leonetta will be in the uuFarmington pulpit the 2nd and 3rd Sundays of each month. Please come join us in welcoming Rev. Leonetta to uuFarmington Church.
Natalie studied religion at the New Tribes Institute and has experience working at missionary schools and summer camps. Natalie appreciates “each child having their own dynamic way of interacting with the world” and “creating an environment for children to learn and grow”. Each Sunday, Natalie coordinates volunteers who will lead the children through experiences of Holidays and Holy Days. Children in our Religious Education program learn about the origins and meanings of holiday and holy day celebrations from our Unitarian Universalist history and many other world religions, including the Christian and Jewish traditions.
Diana is a pianist, harpsichordist and forte pianist, who has accompanied singers, instrumentalists, chamber music ensembles and choral groups in Michigan, as well as on European tours. She served on staff at Wayne State University for seven years as Accompanist for the Music Department. She is a State-Certified Piano Teacher through the Michigan Music Teachers Association and has taught piano lessons for over 40 years.