Pastor at Peace Church

Rev. Laura Robinson (she/her);

Rev. Laura Robinson (she/her) is an openly Queer clergy person and a Pacific Northwesterner through and through – even as she finds herself currently living and loving in the South.

She attended seminary at Candler School of Theology  in Atlanta and has since served churches in Seattle, WA, Des Moines, IA, White Salmon, WA and now Clemson, SC. Laura’s been ordained in the United Church of Christ since 2018 and also works with Convergence Co-Lab as the Coordinator of Frontline Faith, the Online Learning platform of the United Church of Christ and is a Certified Trainer of Trainers for the Our Whole Lives Sexuality Education Curriculum of the UCC and UUA. 

“I believe communities of faith can be containers for deep healing, courageous dreaming, fruitful slowing down, and abundant love. As our world and the planet continue to change rapidly, we will have to learn about to be more connected and interdependent with one another as humans and with our full ecosystems. Imagining different ways of being and then trying to put them into practice is the creative tension we all have the gift to live in these current times.”

Rev. Laura is a writer. A lover of naps, dogs (and begrudgingly cats), road trips, the wild and magical outdoors, and good food. She loves to rescue trees from invasive vines and stare at clouds. Someday she hopes to cultivate a vegetable garden and live among fields of wildflowers. She currently lives in Greenville stirring up good, fun trouble with her partner Noah (they/him) and their dog Georgie.

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