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Melinda Green
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Melinda W. Green

Melinda W. Green specializes in story-driven, participatory, and interactive curriculum and worship for all ages featuring relatable histories and biographies. She has created poetry, dramatic readings, Spirit Play lessons, Wonder Box stories, story books, card games, and storytelling scripts about Unitarians, Universalists, and Unitarian Universalists living out their faith in the world. She presented one of her dramatic readings and one of her poems at the 2010 History & Heritage Convocation put on by the Unitarian Universalist History and Heritage Society in cooperation with Collegium, the Association for Liberal Religious Studies.

Melinda contributed historical and genealogical research and writing to Remember Me: A Guide to Little Compton's 46 Historic Cemeteries, Little Compton Historical Society, Little Compton, RI 2018. It is available at Amazon.com. She is currently researching and writing a novel inspired by women in the Unitarian and Universalist congregations of a small factory town in Massachusetts.

A 6th generation Unitarian and 2nd generation Unitarian Universalist, Melinda continues to search for Universalists in her family tree.

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