Glenn is liaison to the following congregations:
North Palm Beach
Steering Committee Member
Vero Beach, FL
UULMF bio—Glenn Rogers 12/5/11
Glenn, born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College and later studied social work at William and Mary College where he earned a Master of Science degree.
A relative newcomer to Unitarian-Universalism, his first exposure came with retirement in Venice, FL. Later, with a move to North Carolina, Glenn became a member of the UU Church in Brevard, N.C. There he served on the social justice committee and facilitated the study/action program on Peace Building.
Later, Glenn and his wife returned from North Carolina to Vero Beach, Florida where they joined the UU Fellowship of Vero Beach. Glenn is co-chair of the Social Justice Committee and the UU Service Committee. He organized a recent Immigration as a Moral Issue UUA study/action course at UUFVB. Glenn works on the film series which brings current social issues into the awareness of the congregation.
Advocacy for peace, letters to the editor, chorus, cooking for the homeless, facilitating film festivals, petitions and news releases are part of his “life in retirement”.