Rev. Lynn Kerr

Rev. Lynn Kerr was called to MVUUC in 2011 as the congregation's first-ever called minister.

Rev. Lynn earned her B.S. at the University of Minnesota in 1989, after which she worked as volunteer coordinator first at the Animal Humane Society of Hennepin County, in Minneapolis, and then at the Opportunity Workshop, also in Minneapolis. She then matriculated to the Starr King seminary, where she earned her M.Div. in 1997, concentrating in community ministry and religious education. From 1991 to 2003, she worked as a consultant with churches and non-profits helping them with volunteer management, youth programs, fundraising, organizational development, and leadership and team building. Rev. Lynn worked at the UUA from 1998 to 2000 as Director of Donor Relations, and as Executive Director of the Dana McLean Greeley Foundation for Peace and Justice from 2000 to 2003. She served as the Youth and Young Adult Minister of First Parish Church in Concord, MA from 2000 to 2002. She was the Minister of Lifespan Religious Education at First Unitarian Church of Toledo from 2003-2010, and served as part-time consulting ministerfor the First Universalist Church of Lyons. She has been active since 2004 in the Ohio-Meadville District, serving since 2005 as its Lifespan Faith Development Program Consultant. In 2010, she spent a three-month sabbatical volunteering at Nature’s Nursery wildlife rehabilitation and education center. Rev. Lynn lives in Whitehouse with her husband, Jerry and their son, Rowan.

Rev. Lynn's office hours are Tuesday, 9-1 and by appointment.  Contact Rev. Lynn at or  419-343-2292.  Interested in Rev. Lynn's sermons?  Check them out, below.