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Rev. Nancee Campbell

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Background

Employment History

  • Minister
    First UU Church of Stockton , Calif.
  • Minister
    First Universalist Church of Rockland , ME.

Education

  • Master of Divinity degree
    Starr King School for the Ministry
  • Bachelor of Arts degree
    Ricker College
  • Master of Arts
    Emerson College
6 Total References
Web References
249 Building Right Relationships: Spirituality, Money and UUs
pswd.uua.org, 20 June 2001 [cached]
Don Southworth (Pacific Central District) and Rev. Nancee Campbell (Minister, First UU Church of Stockton, Calif.) discussed how money and spirituality intersect in the UU world.
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The 2nd principle (justice, equity, and compassion) must also be taught intentionally: Rev. Campbell mentioned a family in her congregation whose kids donated to the local food bank instead of receiving lots of presents; when the 4-year old daughter was asked what she got for Christmas, she replied proudly, "I got a very nice thank-you note from the food bank!"
Our History
stocktonuu.org, 13 Jan 2015 [cached]
In May 1997, Reverend Nancee Campbell accepted the call of the congregation to be its new settled minister. Reverend Campbell is a native of Maine, where she had served as the minister of the First Universalist Church of Rockland, ME. Ordained at the First Parish in Brewster, Maine, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ricker College in Houlton, Maine, a Master of Arts from Emerson College in Boston, and a Master of Divinity degree from Starr King School for the Ministry in Berkeley California. Prior to ministerial studies, Reverend Campbell had a successful career as a drug and alcohol counselor in the State of Maine. Reverend Campbell was a gifted speaker. some say she spoke in poetry. during her tenure, the congregation grew in size. Unfortunately and sadly, major health problems emerged and she resigned in 2000.
249 Building Right Relationships: Spirituality, Money and UUs
www.uua.org, 13 Oct 2000 [cached]
Don Southworth (Pacific Central District) and Rev. Nancee Campbell (Minister, First UU Church of Stockton, Calif.) discussed how money and spirituality intersect in the UU world.
...
The 2nd principle (justice, equity, and compassion) must also be taught intentionally: Rev. Campbell mentioned a family in her congregation whose kids donated to the local food bank instead of receiving lots of presents; when the 4-year old daughter was asked what she got for Christmas, she replied proudly, "I got a very nice thank-you note from the food bank!"
Welcome to the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Stockton, CA
www.stocktonuu.org, 1 Dec 2007 [cached]
In May 1997, Reverend Nancee Campbell accepted the call of the congregation to be its next minister. Reverend Campbell is a native of Maine, where she has served as the minister of the First Universalist Church of Rockland, ME. Ordained at the First Parish in Brewster, Maine, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ricker College in Houlton, Maine, a Master of Arts from Emerson College in Boston, and a Master of Divinity degree from Starr King School for the Ministry in Berkeley. Prior to ministerial studies, Reverend Campbell had a successful career as a drug and alcohol counselor in the State of Maine.
In August 2000, Reverend Campbell went on disability and resigned.
History of Church
stocktonuu.inreach.com, 4 Aug 2000 [cached]
In May, 1997, Rev. Nancee Campbell accepted the call of the congregation to be its next minister.Rev. Campbell is a native of Maine, where she has served as the minister of the First Universalist Church of Rockland, ME. Ordained at the First Parish in Brewster, Maine, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ricker College in Houlton, Maine; a Master of Arts from Emerson College in Boston, and a Master of Divinity degree from Starr King School for the ministry in Berkeley.Prior to ministerial studies, Rev. Campbell had a successful career as a drug and alcohol counselor in the State of Maine.
In August of 2000, Rev. Campbell went on disability and resigned.
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