Lead Minister’s Advisory Committee:
The primary purpose of the Lead Minister Advisory Committees is to meet with the Rev.Gail Seavey to promote effective ministry in the Congregation, to assist the Congregation in understanding and evaluating the nature and scope of the work of the lead minister, to provide feedback to lead ministers, and to address concerns any congregant has about a minister or the ministry of the church. The Lead Minister Advisory Committees is available to Rev. Seavey for job related counsel and support and shall respect the need for confidentiality concerning such discussions as are held for these purposes.
Sarah Alder began attending FUUN soon after college, first visiting the Murfreesboro and Tullahoma congregations before moving to Nashville. She became a greeter shortly after joining in 2008 and later served on the Herb and Craft Fair committee for several years. Now she’s beginning her first year on the Lead Minister’s Advisory Committee. On most Sundays, Sarah can be found carrying around microphones and cables while her husband, Seth, runs the sound system.
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Vickie Jones, Acting Chair
After her husband found FUUN online, April Fool’s Sunday of 2000 was the first service Vickie Jones attended with her husband Steve Keil, and two children, Jason and Sarah Keil. They have all been regular attendees since then with Steve and Vickie becoming members in November 2000, and Sarah and Jason growing up in the church. Vickie has served in a variety of positions, initially as a RE teacher, and then various RE related positions including RE Co-Chair for two years. She continues to assist with the RE and
Youth programs occasionally and was a member of the Volunteer Task Force. Currently, Vickie sings in choir, is a member of the Lead Minister Advisory Committee and the Ministerial Intern Committee. The Jones/Keil family share their home with two cats and a dog.