Our Staff

Rev. Dr. Nori J. Rost

Reverend Dr. Nori Rost

Rev. Dr. Nori Rost comes to All Souls with a serious passion for parish ministry. She has exceedingly strong credentials as a parish minister, having served congregations for over nineteen years. She also brings strong academic credentials. Rev. Nori holds a Master of Divinity from Iliff School of Theology in Denver, Colorado, and a Doctor of Ministry from the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In addition, she holds a Certificate for Spiritual Direction from the Benet Hill Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

 

Rev. Rost brings a major up-beat attitude to every conversation, and a sense of humor. “Creating and making room for joy is just as important as weaving social justice throughout every area of church life. A sole focus on either one without the other will create a soul-less church eventually headed toward destruction, but a passionate love and pursuit of both will give birth to a strong and vibrant congregation with tremendous spiritual power.

 

“I’m thrilled to have served this congregation as the settled minister since 2008. Together we are building communities of courage, compassion, and love in Colorado Springs.”

 

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Hear a selection of Rev. Nori Rost’s sermons

 
 

Beth Green

Director of Religious Exploration (DRE), Beth Green

Beth is bringing her passion for working with kids to our RE program. Beth has been a member of ASUUC since 2015. She’s been one of the founders of the Social Justice Action Team, co-editor of the e-letter, and has volunteered in RE where she’s shared her knowledge of yoga and mindfulness with the kids. Beth also has a degree in Communication from NC State.

 

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Minister Emerita, The Reverend Dr. Ellen Johnson-Fay

The Rev. Dr. Ellen Johnson-Fay was called to be the Senior Minister at All Souls in 1999. She retired in July of 2006 after more than forty years of service in the areas of religious education and parish ministry. At her retirement, All Souls voted to confer upon Ellen the title of “Minister Emerita,” a first for All Souls in its history, which spans more than a century!

 

Ellen and her husband, Barry, have remained in Colorado Springs, and are involved with various groups both locally and nationally. Ellen continues to be a member of several Unitarian Universalist Association boards and commissions.