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Brief History - Unitarian Universalist Church of Fresno

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Earl K. Holt III, a student at Starr King, was engaged as intern minister for half of each week, and he provided the leadership that a growing church required.


Summer of Faith Speaker Series

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Rev. Earl Holt
Minister Emeritus, First Unitarian Church of St. Louis The Rev. Earl Holt is Minister Emeritus of the First Unitarian Church of St. Louis, Missouri, where he served from 1974 to 2001, when he accepted a call to the historic pulpit of King's Chapel in Boston, uniquely distinguished as both the oldest Anglican church in New England (1686) and the oldest Unitarian church in the New World (1765). Retired in 2009, he and his wife Marilyn moved to Sun Lakes, Arizona, to live near now-8-year-old grandson David and family. A fifth-generation Unitarian and native New Englander, he is a graduate of Brown University and Starr King School for the Ministry, which also awarded him an honorary doctorate in 2004. Among other publications, the second edition of his book on the Rev. William Greenleaf Eliot (1811-1887), Unitarian minister and founder of Washington University in St. Louis, is available for order on-line at www.villagepublishers.com June 26: Rev. Sandy Webb July 3: Rev. Earl Holt July 10: Rev. Beth Lefever July 17: Dr. Lisa Jennings July 24: Monica Dobbins July 31: Andy Branham Previous Years


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Rev. Earl Holt
The Rev. Earl Holt is Minister Emeritus of the First Unitarian Church of St. Louis, Missouri, where he served from 1974 to 2001, when he accepted a call to the historic pulpit of King's Chapel in Boston, uniquely distinguished as both the oldest Anglican church in New England (1686) and the oldest Unitarian church in the New World (1765). Retired in 2009, he and his wife Marilyn moved to Sun Lakes, Arizona, to live near now-8-year-old grandson David and family. As some will remember he served as Interim Minister at VUU for the 2011-2012 church year.


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Mr. Holt was a founding member of the T.S. Eliot Society and delivered the annual Eliot Memorial Lecture in 1982.
He gave a Minn's lecture on The History of Kings Chapel in 2003. Among other current activities, he serves as a member of the Prairie Study Group of UU ministers and as President of the UU History and Hertiage Society. Earl Holt is married to Marilyn Holt and has two grown daughters, Alicia and Julia.


News — Valley Unitarian Universalist

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Rev. Earl Holt
The Rev. Earl Holt is Minister Emeritus of the First Unitarian Church of St. Louis, Missouri, where he served from 1974 to 2001, when he accepted a call to the historic pulpit of King's Chapel in Boston, uniquely distinguished as both the oldest Anglican church in New England (1686) and the oldest Unitarian church in the New World (1765). Retired in 2009, he and his wife Marilyn moved to Sun Lakes, Arizona, to live near now-8-year-old grandson David and family. As some will remember he served as Interim Minister at VUU for the 2011-2012 church year.


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