Erica Agnew Erica is a junior in high school and has grown up attending UUCN. She is an active member of the Youth Group and works on Sunday mornings as a member of our Coffee Crew and doing Childcare.
Cecile Bonvouloir Cecile works as a START Coordinator located at Gateways Community Services, providing supports and intervention to individuals with a dual diagnosis of IDD & Mental Health. She is currently serving on the Board of Trustees of Aaron Cutler Memorial Library, and being a member on both the Team of Shared Ministry and the DFF Search Committee. Cecile loves and enjoys spending time with her husband and three teenage boys.
Peggy Cardone Peggy and her husband Paul have been members of UUCN for 6 years. A former teacher and current homeschooling mom, she taught religious education classes in 2012 and has served on the Faith Formation Team since spring 2015. She also enjoys singing with the choir when her schedule allows. Peggy and her husband have two children.
Dan Earley Dan has been a teacher at the UUCN since the 1993-1994 church year, and has had the pleasure to have had all of his children and his granddaughter in the classes he has taught over the years. He is currently one of the facilitators for the ROPEs class. Dan and his wife Krista, who is currently also one of the ROPEs facilitators, have three children and two grandchildren.
Kathy Fletcher A passionate and irreverent UU, Kathy Fletcher has been involved with UUCN for close to 20 years. In that time she has been involved in many activities including Community Dinners, Worship Associates, and Choir. She was also committed to putting together UUCN's Covenant of Right Relationships. Kathy lives in Nashua with her husband and children.
Patricia Ladew, Chair Pat has been an actively involved member of UUCN since 1987. A former teacher and chair of the Religious Education Committee (before the transition to Faith Formation), she currently serves as co-chair of the Leadership Development Team. Pat and her husband Stephen have two children and two grandchildren.
Reverend Allison Palm Rev. Allison Palm was called as our settled minister in May 2015 and began her work with us in August 2015. Rev. Allison is a lifelong Unitarian Universalist and a Minnesota native. Before coming to UUCN, she worked for the UU Ministers Association and served congregations on Long Island and in the Boston area as a Student Minister and Religious Educator. Rev. Allison graduated from Andover Newton Theological School in 2013 with a Masters of Divinity and a Certificate in Pastoral Care and Counseling. Prior to that, she studied religion at Boston University. Rev. Allison lives in Nashua with her husband, Tristan and their two cats, Odo and Thalia.