Welcome Rev. Jonathan Rogers

Northwest welcomes our new interim minister, the Reverend Jonathan Rogers.

Rev. Rogers is filling the Northwest pulpit following the resignation in December 2017 of the Reverend Terry Davis who had served Northwest since her calling in 2012. Rev. Rogers will serve as interim minister for 18 months, after which Northwest is expected to have a new called minister.

Rev. Jonathan Rogers is originally from Central Maine. He grew up attending the Waterville Universalist Unitarian Church. Jonathan has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brown University and an Master of Divinity degree from Harvard Divinity School. His sources of received spiritual wisdom include Buddhism, Integralism, and process theology.

Rev. Rogers most recently served the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta (UUCA). He joined the UUCA staff in 2015 initially as Youth Programs Coordinator and later as Associate Minister.

Prior to joining UUCA, he served Unitarian Universalist, Quaker, United Church of Christ, and Renewal Jewish faith communities in many roles for over a decade.

Jonathan is married to Annie Massart. Jonathan and Annie reside in Decatur, Georgia with their three dogs, Tony, Grover, and Pickles.

Rev. Rogers will preach his first sermon at Northwest on Sunday, February 4, 2018.

About Northwest. Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation, founded in 1969, is located at 1025 Mt. Vernon Highway, NW in Sandy Springs, Georgia.

Northwest is a member of good standing in the Unitarian Universalist Association.

Northwest’s mission is to create loving community, inspire joy and spiritual growth and support courageous action. Northwest welcomes everyone regardless of religious background, ethnicity, age, ability, political persuasion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.