Welcome to DUUF! We are a church that is about genuine inclusion, depth and joy, reason and spirit. We have been a voice of progressive religion in Denton since 1949, working toward a more just and compassionate world in all of what we do. We have been on the forefront of LGBTQ+ initiatives for decades. We hope that when you come here you will be part of our quest for spiritual growth, ethical action, truth-seeking, and improving the community and the world by our actions.
Rev. Donna Dolham, Minister
Donna holds a Masters of Divinity with a certificate in Ethics and Justice and a focus on inter-religious dialogue from Andover Newton Theological School and a Masters in Social Work from Boston University. Donna’s interests have engaged her in several immersion courses exploring Buddhism in Myanmar, Sufi practice in intentional communities in California, and Multi-religious education in Israel.
Since her early 20s, Donna has been involved in community organizing efforts to increase access to basic rights for people living on the margins.
Prior to attending seminary, Donna had a full time clinical social work practice in Coastal, Maine with a specialty working with Transgender and Gender Queer folks and their families.
Donna’s desire for infusing life with justice fuels her ministry and involvement in the development of opportunities for inter-religious education, dialogue and collaborative organizing. She currently shares her life with her wife, Katherine Perry and their two highly incorrigible cats.
To contact Rev. Donna, call 940-566-1286 ext. 12 or email.
Jennifer Collins, Office Administrator
Jennifer bring vast experience to her position as office administrator. In this position Jennifer is called to design and streamline office functioning, assist in financial tracking, respond to community inquiries, and engage in multiple layers of congregational structure. She keeps our administrative office running through the week and is the behind the scenes energy behind updating our Facebook page, website and newsletters.
Jennifer utilizes her skills in community organizing that she brings with her from her leadership and involvement in public school activism and local and district PTA. Before leaving full-time employment to focus on raising her two children, she had two professional careers, one in banking and one in organizational development, both of which provided experience which is invaluable in her current role.
Jennifer started with DUUF in November 2017. She enjoys the combination of technical expertise, collaboration, and creativity that her job entails. She is passionate about making a difference in the world and is thrilled to be able to support an organization that is committed to doing just that.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 9AM-2PM
Kyndal is originally from Grand Prairie TX, and moved to Denton to pursue her education. She is currently wrapping up her M.A. in Sociology at Texas Woman’s University and will begin her PhD in Sociology this fall. She and her husband Miles became members at DUUF in April 2017, and began working with the children’s programs shortly after. Kyndal has volunteered at Parent’s Night Out, Middle School Youth Group, and is also certified to teach the High School OWL program. She and her husband Miles love to spend time with their two dogs as well as cooking and working out together. To contact Kyndal call 940-566-1286 ext. 17 or email.
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Board of Trustees:
Charles Ways, President
Hal Gibbons, Treasurer
Nancy Gaige, Past President
Clark Pomerleau, Vice President
Kelly Caster, Secretary
Brett Kellerstedt, Trustee
Susan Schlueter, Trustee
You can contact the Board of Trustees by email.