David Green began serving the Amarillo Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in 2009 as part-time consulting minister. In 2011 he became the AUUF’s first full-time minister in the congregation’s 64-year history. During his tenure the Fellowship’s active membership has tripled.
A third-generation minister, David’s hometown is Austin, Texas. He is ordained in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), and serves as an on-call hospice chaplain. His personal beliefs are closely aligned with Christian Universalism. He is a board member of Amarillo Little Theatre, and board president of Chalice Abbey (a fair-trade emporium and center for spirituality and the arts). David is a monthly faith columnist for the Amarillo Globe-News, and has written for Amarillo Magazine and Accent West Magazine. David volunteers in the community in a variety of ways, including showing and discussing classic films for nursing home residents.
David is a graduate of Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and The University of Texas at Austin. He has served Disciples of Christ congregations in Texas and Missouri, as a chaplain with Hospice Care of the Southwest in Amarillo, and as Executive Director of the Texas Bible Chair Foundation in Austin. He is married to Ellen Robertson Green and has four adult children. David and Ellen share their home with Pearl, the world’s most amazing Westie. Watch videos of David discussing the Fellowship and our Flaming Chalice. David can be reached at email@example.com or 806-355-9351.