Director of Religious Exploration

Angela Konin

Acting Director of Religious Exploration

Angela has been a member of the UU Church of Washington Crossing since 2014, joining after about a year of attending with her family as visitors. Angela’s interfaith family felt right at home with Unitarian Universalism, finding that the 7 Principles aligned beautifully with their values. With her education background, Angela quickly became as involved in the RE program there as having a young toddler at home would allow, teaching classes and serving for a time on the RE committee.

Angela’s professional background is in museum education, where she worked to help individuals connect with objects and their stories. She has worked at the Mercer Museum in Doylestown, the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, and the International Quilt Study Center & Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska. Angela has been home for the past several years raising and homeschooling her two children, running a secular homeschool co-op, and helping expecting families as a doula and a massage therapist. Angela loves to help people discover and follow their unique paths, nurture a community of compassion and welcoming, and is inspired about UU religious exploration. She is grateful to be raising her two children as UUs.

Angela became UUFLB's acting Director of Religious Exploration in June 2017. She is responsible for oversight of all of the congregation's programming for children and youth, and also for supporting the development of multigenerational programming.  Angela is available to both members and others, to answer questions and concerns about our programs or about Unitarian Universalism.  You may reach her at She holds office hours on Friday mornings through the summer, and in the fall will be available for in-person conversations on Tuesday evenings and Sundays after service at the Fellowship Center.