Ghost Stories with The Rev. Suzelle Lynch
Our lives, our culture and our congregation are full of stories – stories of hope and hurt, stories that can heal us and some that haunt us! As we move toward the ghost-friendly holidays of Samhain and All Saints, let’s explore the power of stories.
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch (she/her/ella) has been a UU parish minister for 28 years, serving in Brookfield, WI (Milwaukee metro area), Bremerton, WA (Seattle metro area), and most recently as Minister in Residence at First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego. Rev. Suzelle is known for her commitment to anti-racism and dismantling white supremacy culture. She co-founded Black Lives Matter to Wisconsin UUs, and an antiracist citizens’ organization called Tosa Together. Suzelle has essays are published in two UUA Skinner House books and received the UUA’s Donna DiSciullo Young Adult and Campus Ministry Award, and a Human Rights Award from Equality Washington of Kitsap County. Prior to ministry, Rev. Suzelle was a communications professional for an education lab, a personal robot manufacturer, and an insurance company. She’s the mom of an aspiring opera singer, sings and writes songs, loves hiking, labyrinth-walking, hat-making and upcycle sewing. Suzelle lives in Janesville, WI, with her partner Tom Ness.
Service Leader: Cindy Nelson
Music: Carol Boyd