Our Minister

Rev. Anne B. Bancroft

The Rev. Anne Bancroft joins us from York where she lives with her husband, Dan, and black lab, Whisky. She served most recently as the settled minister at Theodore Parker Unitarian Universalist Church in West Roxbury (Boston), Massachusetts. Contact her at: .

Board of Trustees

Mark (Zig) Ziarnik

Zig retired on Halloween 2016 after a 34 year career in aerospace. He and his wife Penny live in a 200+ year old house in New Harbor and they love all the wonderful variety that this region offers. Zig has fun as a director for the Old Bristol Historical Society, and has been a lucky grandfather to little June in Austin, Texas since September 2018. He is honored and delighted to be able to serve our Fellowship.

Michael Mason

Michael and his husband, Peter, moved to Maine 3-1/2 years ago, looking forward to retirement. He has worked as a civil trial attorney in Massachusetts and Maine, and for 30 years served as Massachusetts Public Administrator for Plymouth Colony. He was an early member of the Massachusetts Gay and Lesbian Bar Association in the mid ‘80s, serving as an officer and then Chair during the movements for expanded gay rights and marriage equality. He has identified as a Unitarian Universalist and been a member of Unitarian churches for many years. Michael’s hobbies include gardening, piano, swimming, and alpine skiing. He and Peter and their two dogs, Rita and Betty, live in Bath.

Audrey McGlashan

Hello, I am Audrey, a new board member and new board secretary. About me, I would say I enjoy being part of a group working together and I also like to walk my dog down our woodsy road imagining paintings I will make or themes for the painting classes I lead. Things I have always been, an artist, a creator, a singer, a gardener a lover of humor. Things I am working on, being a better human, being a teacher, being a listener and knowing when to do and when not to do.

I was born in England to Scottish parents and came to the US in 1993, becoming a citizen in 2002. I married my husband Richard in 2000 and it was he that was raised in the UU church and how I connected – up till that point I had been an Anglican. So happy am I to be part of the fellowship and will hopefully be useful as a board member.

David Bilski

David retired from a long career at the University of Washington Libraries (Seattle) in 2016 and moved with his wife Jill to the Pemaquid peninsula. He enjoys music, hiking, Nordic skiing, traveling, playing with our dogs, reading, and the gustatory delights of coastal Maine.

Patti Anderson

I joined MUUF in the fall of 2016 having retired to South Bristol, Maine after a career of teaching foreign languages – French and Spanish – from Rhode Island to Athens, Georgia to Athens Greece (an American International School) and back to New York and finally Connecticut. Having lived and studied in France, and then living and working in Greece for eight years I am a global enthusiast. I love the ocean, swimming with wild dolphins, and even recently humpback whales. I am the proud mother of my son Rodey and especially enjoy traveling with him. It has been my joy to be a part of our MUUF community as a Member, a past Worship Associate, and currently a Member of the Board.

Mike Dearborn




Diane Morrison

Diane and her husband, Mark, recently moved to Maine and are enjoying lakeside living in Nobleboro. For many years, she managed business modernization efforts for the federal government and currently she volunteers with several community non-profit organizations that focus on helping people. She is a life long Unitarian who has been a member of several Unitarian churches and taught religious education when her children were young. Diane feels honored to be able to serve our Fellowship and is looking forward to a year of fun and growth!


Kevin Kiley

Kevin has toured nationally and played piano in the region for more than 30 years at the Boothbay Harbor Inn, and worked for many seasons with the parade of talents at The Carousel Theatre.

Religious Exploration

Carney D. McRae

Carney serves both this fellowship and the congregation at First Universalist Church in Rockland. She has worked with children and adults all her life in informal education, including 4-H Youth Development, running a small private school, and teaching environmental education. She practices Reiki, sings with a local folk chorus and volunteers in the local schools doing mindfulness work.


Dick Ober

Dick has been designing, building, and maintaining websites for more than 20 years. He and his wife Jennifer moved to Midcoast Maine when they retired. They enjoy living in Maine with their awesome beagle, Abby.