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Kate Tweedie Covey has been a Director of Religious Education in the Unitarian Universalist denomination since 1984. She has served a large RE Program, with over 350 children and teens and a mid-sized congregation. After 33 years, she has retired from direct work with a congregation and is sharing her ideas as an author and consultant.
Katie has been writing curriculum since 1998, She has published 10 curricula and written a book for the UUA, "Full Circle." She has offered Webinars on Preventing Sexual Abuse, Teacher Training, Youth Programs, and Multigenerational Worship.
She received a $10,000.00 grant from the Fund for UU and the Fund for Social Responsibility to promote UU Mission Trips, based on the successful Mission Trip to Guatemala with the Sienna Project.
Katie is a lifelong UU and grew up in churches and fellowships around the nation, including Devon, PA, Charleson, W.VA, Claremont, CA, and Midland, MI.
She is also an author for the UUA Tapestry of Faith project, a leader and trainer for the UU Identity and Curriculum Modules of the UUA Renaissance Program, and is active in the Liberal Religious Educators Assn (LREDA.)
Katie has served as an adjunct instructor in Religious Education for the ILIFF Seminary in Denver, CO. She has her M.Ed. in Child Study from Tufts University and B.A. from Connecticut College.
She is closely supervised by her Border Collie, Captain. Her young adult sons and daughters-in-laws keep her from being an old fogie too much of the time and her partner, Mark, keeps her laughing. Don't even get her started about her grandchildren!
Contact Katie for your own Teacher Training on any of her curricula by Skype, Google Chat, or in person!