Rev. Christin

Rev. Christin C. Green, M.Div., RPS.

Rev. Christin is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister, Recovery Chaplain, and Registered Peer Supervisor (RPS 0423) in the State of Maryland. After receiving her BA from Missouri State University and MA from The George Washington University, she worked at various non-profits in the DC area before entering seminary. She is 2019 graduate of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC, and was ordained as a minister in fellowship with the Unitarian Universalist Association in 2020. Her ministry has served congregations, health care institutions, retirement communities, recovery and wellness organizations, and emergent social justice spaces. In addition to her ministerial gifts, Rev. Christin is a musician and poet.

Marki Webber

Mark Webber, M.Ed., RN

Decades of experience and training as an RN and educator has enabled Marki to bear witness to life’s most poignant and moving transitions. From assisting women giving birth and welcoming babies into the world to offering care to patients and families as a Hospice RN her work has truly spanned the full range of life’s experiences.   Her work in  education helping writers find their voice and students overcome learning differences has allowed her to further expand her perspective on life’s rich variety and depth. 

Rev. L.A. McCrae, M.Div., ADT, RCP, RPS

Rev. L.A. McCrae, M.Div., Adt, RCP, RPS, CCTP, CCTSA

L.A. McCrae, M.Div., is a grassroots, community-based research activist who believes in the Great Believing and this project called liberation. They are a Doctorate of Ministry student at Wesley Theological Seminary in the Public Engagement track. While at Wesley, L.A. is focusing their work on issues related to mass incarceration/decarceration, trauma, addiction, and mental health. Additionally, L.A. will begin studies in the Doctorate of Public Health program at Morgan State University focused on the interconnectedness of trauma, addiction, and incarceration. L.A.’s is currently collaborating with colleagues to merge the work of pastoral care and alcohol and drug counseling to develop a new generation of “recovery chaplains.”