Rev. Pam Rumancik is a white, cisgender, queer woman currently serving the Unitarian Church of Hinsdale, Illinois. Coming from working class roots, Pam has run a home childcare business, a restaurant in Estes Park, Colorado, spent a year as a food cart carnie at Bluegrass music festivals, and until attending seminary, was a house painter. She’s passionate about finding ways to communicate across cultural and theological divides that honor the essential truth of each person involved without devolving to the lowest common denominator. She believes that we must live our vision of Beloved Community in the here and now even as we strive to bring that vision of justice and inclusion to the larger world. Pam is the mother of three amazing people, lives with Suki the cat, Theodora Parker the wonder-doodle, and her beloved wife, the Rev Karen Mooney. Both Pam and Karen enjoy long road trips, green spaces and time to explore. Pam is a writer and poet and loves finding things to giggle about on a regular basis.
Learn more about Pam Rumancik on UUA.org.