Our Fellowship has two Affiliated Community Ministers.
The Rev. Peggy Clarke‘s community ministry is with InterGenerate, a local organization that she co-founded. Creating environmental and social sustainability around shared concerns for food security, InterGenerate reaches across traditional social boundaries to bring people together to grow our food locally, sharing the work while deepening ties to each other.
InterGenerate addresses food justice issues of 1) equal access to fresh food, 2) just treatment of food industry workers, 3) humane treatment of animals, and 4) organic agriculture which allows our eco-system to thrive. By opening and managing community gardens, egg co-ops and bee hives, InterGenerate provides local access to food that’s good, clean and fair.
Peggy is also the settled minister at the First Unitarian Society of Westchester in Hastings-on-Hudson.
The Rev. ReBecca Sala is Supervisor of Pastoral Care at St. Vincent’s Behavioral Health Services, a 76 bed psychiatric hospital located in Westport, CT which is part of St. Vincent’s Medical Center located in Bridgeport, CT. ReBecca’s community ministry focuses on supporting patients living with a mental illness through Mind, Body & Spirit groups, individual support and advocacy. ReBecca also works as a Per-Diem Chaplain at Stamford Hospital in Connecticut.