My name is Sam Trumbore and I serve as the minister of the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany. I have served there since 1999. I’m also the co-author of Buddhist Voices in Unitarian Universalism with the Rev. Wayne Arnason.
I’m happily married to Philomena Moriarty and we have a son named Andrew who is a student at SUNY Potsdam. We live in East Greenbush, just across the river from Albany.
I’ve put my writings on-line for 20 years. I started out posting them on a site I called Sam’s Bookshelf and Cafe. The link under the home page will take you there. I used to code that all in HTML which became very tedious. So now (summer 2013) I’m making the jump to convert all my material to WordPress. I really like the fact that WordPress has all the formatting built-in and automatically generates RSS links. I can stick my videos on here as well as any audio I generate too. By blogging, I can quickly and easily send my material out to Facebook and Twitter.
So that is what I’m doing. I’m really great in person so do come to “FUUSA” some Sunday morning and meet me in person. Otherwise, I”m pretty plugged in here and you’ll find lots more down the road as I figure out all the bells and whistles.
Some links from my old web page about me:
- An autobiographical piece
- A theological sketch
- My genealogy (not completely accurate)