Speaker: Rev. Dr. Jane Page

Rev. Dr. Jane Page is a native of Statesboro, born in 1950. I’ve lived there my entire life with the exception of brief periods of time away for educational purposes. I was raised by hard working middle class folks and spent a great deal of time at the First Baptist Church in my youth. Actually I remained in that church for much of my adult life as well, closeting my heretical beliefs! Life circumstances made it easier for me to leave in my late 40’s and I became a Unitarian Universalist. I have been in love with this faith tradition and the people within it since that time. I retired from Georgia Southern University as Professor and Department Chair Emerita (Dept. of Curriculum, Foundations, and Research) in 2005 and completed my seminary training at Meadville Lombard the following year. I began my half time Ministry in Statesboro in 2006 and added half time Ministry in Brunswick, GA in 2014.

I share my life with my husband Dr. Greg Brock, my son, two grandsons, two great grandchildren, my mom and one fine dog. One of my grandsons lives with his two children in Bryson City, NC – which makes my visits to this area even more special!


Rev. Jane Page visits on Easter Sunday with a personal message in which she reclaims the Resurrection story as an important metaphor for humanists and others who may avoid this source of inspiration. 

Can You Say God?

Rev. Jane will revisit Unitarian Universalism’s attempt to reclaim some religious language in light of her recent month long sabbatical in London.