Interim Minister, Rev. A.J. Galazen
Rev. A.J. comes to us from Cornucopia, Wisconsin. His call to ministry is concentrated in three areas: worship, healing, and transformation.
Worship is the work of the people, building bridges of meaning between theologies. Worship opens deep themes of spirituality and social justice while responding to the needs of the congregation and the community.
Healing is the path that promotes recovery and peace. Healing supports both personal and communal forgiveness. A healing focus helps people create lives of integrity and joy.
Transformation is the way that the Spirit of Life moves with mystery and grace through our world. Life is change, and in its transitions, we find questions, grief, laughter and love. Life is a gift, and we are blessed by sharing our lives and stories in beloved community.
Office Administrator, Ian Lyon
By appointment; Available by phone and email Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
To contact Ian call 940-566-1286 ext. 11 or email@example.com.
Ian grew up on Catalina Island off the coast of California. He moved to Texas 9 years ago and joined the staff and DUUF. In his free time he enjoys going hiking and camping with his daughters, fiancé and two dogs.
Religious Educator, Kyndal DeBruin
To contact Kyndal call 940-566-1286 ext. 17 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kyndal is originally from Grand Prairie TX, and moved to Denton to pursue her education. She graduated from Texas Woman’s University with a Master of Arts in Sociology. She and her husband Miles became members at DUUF in April 2017, and began working with the children’s programs shortly after.
Religious Educator, Sarah Hussein
To contact Sarah send an email to email@example.com
Sarah is a first-generation Lebanese American who grew up in Arlington, TX. In 2014, she moved to Denton to attend TWU, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Music and a master’s degree in Piano Pedagogy.