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Jeanne Lloyd

Jeanne LloydThe Rev. Jeanne Lloyd is a community minister ordained by the Unitarian Universalist Congregations in West Hartford and Manchester, Connecticut, and fellowshipped by the Unitarian Universalist Association. As a minister, Jeanne facilitates a process whereby all people and organizations are encouraged to contribute their gifts and resources to build stronger communities. She is settled as Director of Community Services at The Arc of the Farmington Valley in Canton, Connecticut, where she advocates for justice on behalf of people with disabilities by promoting community inclusion for all people. Jeanne is also certified by the American Association on Mental Retardation as a pastoral care giver and uses art as a form of therapeutic self-expression for people with developmental disabilities. As Co-President for The Unitarian Universalist Society of Community Ministries (formerly known as The Society for the Larger Ministry), she also helps run the membership organization for lay and professional community ministers. Frances Wayland Wood was her husband's, Robert Hard's, Great Aunt, and was also known as "Auntie" to hundreds of congregational members. Jeanne Lloyd's webpage is www.revlloyd.org.

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