jude-liac-dinnerRev. Jude Geiger serves the UU Fellowship of Huntington, NY as their Minister. Previously, he served a UU congregation in Brooklyn, NY. He has a Masters in Urban Planning from NYU Wagner, and a Masters in Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in NYC. Rev. Jude has worked as a consultant for non-profits advocating for Affordable Housing and for the NYC Mayor’s Office working in Health Insurance Outreach for low and middle-income New Yorkers. Prior to his graduate education, he worked five years in information technology as a supervisor, database administrator and project manager.

  1. #1 by Martin Rutte on December 31, 2011 - 9:02 pm

    Loved your Huff. Post column on Heaven on Earth. I have a Facebook Group devoted to this: Project Heaven on Earth.

    I also have a 28 page manual on how to bring Heaven on Earth into your congregation. It’s free. Just send me an e-mail.

    Happy New Year,

    • #2 by revjudegeiger on January 13, 2012 - 11:49 am

      Thanks! I’ve joined the group by the way. I look forward to learning more!

  2. #3 by Terry Lowman on June 11, 2014 - 2:50 pm

    Rev. Jude, I just sent an email to Taquiena Boston to request doing dinner, lunch or coffee. Last week the first International HIV is not a Crime Conference was held here in Iowa. What I learned is that if we’re going to really be supportive of, particularly, M to F transgendered people, we need to consider effort to repeal sex worker laws. Because unemployment and homelessness is such a huge issue, sex work is sometimes the only thing keeping food on their tables and a roof over their heads. Of course, we then have to support the HIV+ community because sex work is hazardous work.

    It would be great if you would like to be included in that conversation–I’ve not heard back from Taquiena yet, but I will be at GA (I’m overscheduled, but what else is new? I just end up not doing everything that I want to do–and since sometimes it’s two workshops at the same time, it would be impossible).

    Bless you for taking on this issue.

    Terry Lowman

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