The Rev. Phil Lloyd-Sidle was the minister at James Lee Memorial Presbyterian Church from 2001 to 2014, and was on the staff of the Center for Women and Families from 2013 to 2018. Retired since January of 2018, Phil has been very active for the past few years in the Buddhist group meeting at the Clifton Unitarian Church, leading not only meditation, but also social action projects. A recently published editorial by Phil can be found here -> https://muckrack.com/phil-lloyd-sidle/articles.
The Rev. Tricia Lloyd-Sidle has lived and worked in South America, Central America and the Caribbean, as well as the U.S. She is passionate about economic and racial justice, and grateful that her work with the Presbyterian Church (USA) allowed her to express those passions. Now retired, Tricia provides leadership for Louisville’s Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Justice. She has served as a human rights accompanist on the Mexico/US border and in Colombia. Her books “Teaching Mission in a Global Context” published in 2001 and “Celebrating Our Call: Ordination Stories of Presbyterian Women” published in 2006 can be found on Amazon.