Rev. Dr. Tracy Sprowls is the Transition Minister at the UU Fellowship of Centre County in State College, PA. This is her twenty-fifth year serving our congregations as a minister. She holds a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctor of Ministry degree from the New York Theological Seminary (NYTS). In addition to her work in Centre County, Tracy is a writer with several published articles and several unfinished novels. She was also a religion blog writer for MyCentralJersey.com from 2014 to 2019. She loves reading, knitting, writing, riding her bike, yoga, and the beach. She lives in Summit, New Jersey with her husband, David, and their two dogs, Jova and Macy. Tracy and David have three grown children and one grandchild.
Currently she is a first responder with the UU Trauma Response Ministry and the co-convener of the NJ Ministers Cluster. In the past, she served as president of the LREDA Metro New York Chapter, president of the UUFaithAction (legislative ministry) in New Jersey, President of the Ministerial Sisterhood, and Chaplain at the UU@UN Spring Seminar. Outside of the UUA, she serves on the Coordinating State Committee for the Poor People’s Campaign and she works with organizations to maintain reproductive choice for all. She considers herself an activist and has proudly been arrested twice.