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Rev. Craig Scott – click here to go to the page listing sermons

Although Reverend Scott has retired, and we will miss him, he has an impressive collection of sermons, that are grouped by year, and archived  for you.

Reverend Scott was ordained as a Unitarian Universalist in January 2005 at his home church, the UU Church of Berkeley, California. He is a 2004 graduate of Pacific School of Religion, in Berkeley, with a Master’s of Divinity.

Rev. Scott entered the ministry after a several careers in the field of law. A 1968 graduate of the Boalt School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley, he practiced law for a number of years and then worked for the University of California in the field of continuing education for attorneys.

His wife, Karen Paull, practices law with the California Public Utilities Commission, in San Francisco. They have two daughters, Mallika and Anna, both of whom live and work in the Bay Area.

Rev. Scott has been active for many years in the area of social justice. A Vietnam veteran, he has long supported peace-related causes and activities. During his years of law practice, he represented Central Valley farm workers and other low-income people..[

Following a trip to Israel and Palestine in 2004, he and Karen have been active in efforts toward bringing peace to that region, with the Unitarian Universalist movement and as active members of the Tikkun Community, founded by Rabbi Michael Lerner.

Rev. Scott has also worked actively both in seminary and the UU movement to promote environmental consciousness; he has led numerous workshops on global climate change.


Richard Close–click here to go to page of talks

Lloyd Kramer–click here to go to page of talks