About Us

Rev. Dr. Clyde Grubbs

Clyde Grubbs is a Unitarian Universalist minister who has served congregations in California, Florida, Indiana, Massachusetts, and Texas, as well as Quebec. He currently is serving as a Minister-At-Large for Tuckerman Creative Ministries for Justice & Healing.

Clyde honors his Native American heritage (Texas Cherokee), which informs his spiritual understanding and practice, as well as his anti-racist and anti-oppressive commitment.  He has worked for peace, justice and equality since he was in the Unitarian Universalist youth movement, Liberal Religious Youth. 

Additionally, Clyde holds a Doctor of Ministry from Andover Newton Theological School and is a certified spiritual director through the Still Harbor training program in MA. He enjoys preaching, lecturing, and consulting on a regular basis in the areas of worldview transformation and congregational governance and development for ARAOMC visioning.  

Please see his Blue Hills Spiritual Direction page for more information.

 

 

 

Rev. Dr. Michelle A. Walsh, PhD, LICSW

 

Michelle Walsh also is a Unitarian Universalist minister with an extensive background in urban community ministry.  For nearly two decades, she served as the director of an urban youth ministry program under the UU Urban Ministry, first in a lay capacity and then as ordained clergy.

 

Currently, Michelle sees herself as a spiritual coach, companion, ally, facilitator, and IFS practitioner for human service providers, clergy, doctoral students, and activists committed to transformational justice work, as well as for those who would like to increase their activism in deeply grounded ways during these troubling times. She also is a Lecturer at the Boston University School of Social Work and has served as adjunct faculty for Bunker Hill Community College as well as Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago and as a program assistant for IFS Trainings. She writes as an independent scholar of liberative practical theology and lived religion practices. Michelle is the author of Violent Trauma, Culture, and Power: An Interdisciplinary Exploration in Lived Religion as well as chapters in other volumes.


While Michelle has worked for well over 25 years as a clinician, including in supervisory and clinic director positions, she has transitioned fully and permanently now to being a full-time educator and to spiritual coaching, facilitation, and consultation in her part-time private practice.

Please see her Sacred Play Explorations practice page for more information.